A Guide To DWP Euphemisms

A guide to the Government’s ‘newspeak‘, as in George Orwell‘s novel 1984, they are trying to manipulate thought, through their use of English.  By such means, they pit the poor against each, instead of the poor blaming the real culprits.  As observed by Robert Tresell in his novel The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, where those in work despised those out of work, even though, they themselves might find themselves out of work tomorrow.

A Guide To DWP Euphemisms.

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