Author(s): Peter Isaac
If you've ever read a government press release or report, a recruitment advertisement or management consultant's report and been perplexed by bamboozling language, wondering what they are really saying, you are not alone! The first part of the book is a dictionary of over 700 words, terms and phrases that now have new, often coded, meanings (plus some that are now outmoded), the second part provides translations of actual advertisments, notices and proclamations!. Simultaneously entertaining and scary, this book is a must-read! As President of the National Press Club, the author is well placed in the deciphering of the language of government and those who cater to it.