Plain English campaign news articles
Football gobbledygook generator
- Created on Monday, 10 August 2015 09:54
You may be familiar with how football managers, players and pundits talk about the game. If so, the football gobbledygook generator will provide you with many examples of the kinds of nonsense they regularly produce.
If you’re not familiar with football jargon, try the generator anyway. See if you can make sense of a typical post-match comment – we doubt it!
Either way, we hope the new gobbledygook generator provides you with a bit of fun – and a reminder of what to expect at about five o’clock on a Saturday.
Updated web site
- Created on Thursday, 23 July 2015 15:25
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- Created on Thursday, 23 July 2015 13:31
How often have you read a job advertisement and wondered ‘what do they want, exactly?’
Jobs-market jargon may even have turned you away from a potential appointment. The Daily Telegraph’s Sophie Jamieson has provided a guide, and a quiz, to help you understand some of the terminology.
Yes Prime Minister?
- Created on Monday, 20 July 2015 15:46
The Prime Minister has urged all civil servants to use plain English when providing information to ministers.
David Cameron, in a letter circulated on 16 July, strongly recommends all officials remain clear in their written communication.
Banks blasted by watchdog
- Created on Monday, 06 July 2015 09:45
The FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) has gone after banks once again.
In yet another unsurprising blast, the FCA suggests that banks and other finance companies use too much unreadable jargon in their small print.