There's a massive change in the Google WMT "internal links" reports today.
The numbers of links pointing at each URL have grown massively and include internal site URLs which redirect to each page, not just those that link directly to it.
I'm not sure I like that, or at least it would be better if the redirects were in a separate list or were annotated in some way.
However, when clicking through and then looking at the "single URL" report listing the URLs pointing to a single page, some of the links are in blue and some are in black. I'm not sure what that means. It is possible that the URLs in black are those that redirect, but I'm not entirely convinced that is absolutely correct.
This comes a few months after Google has been heavily restricted in what they can crawl on the site and a large number of deleted URLs redirected to the correct new page.
The Google WMT "external links" report is also massively inflated, listing many more domains than it has before.