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- Nick Thornsby 20th Jun - 10:56am
@ Carl Gardner Yes, I did consider whether this was more a PR phenomenon. But the thing is, a lot of the statements are put...
- Steve Griffiths 20th Jun - 10:53am
Where did "going forward" come from? Everyone uses it now, especially politicians and media pundits. It seems to have replaced the much clearer "in the...
- Carl Gardner 20th Jun - 10:40am
I completely agree with you - but I'm not sure it's really a lawyers' word, is it? Lawyers make all sorts of horrible linguistic missteps...
- Graeme Cowie 20th Jun - 10:39am
At best they are repudiating.
- Dan Falchikov 20th Jun - 10:25am
I can't bear the use of the word 'medal' as a verb: http://livingonwords.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/london-2012-when-did-medal-become-verb.html
- RC 20th Jun - 10:20am
Everyone has their bugbears. I, for one, can't stand the use of the word "issue" as a feeble euphemism for "problem", "fault" or "difficulty". I...