Lexis Nexis publishes the free weekly e-journal Lawyers Weekly.
Though it has a focus on commercial law, occasionally it has something of general interest.
This week’s LW ran a piece titled War of the Words. It’s a light-hearted take on the passion that some – and loathing that others – have for modern business terms.
The article reveals the UK Local Government Authority have collected a list of 200 pieces of “impenetrable jargon” that they recommend, “all public sector bodies should avoid when talking to people about the work they do and the services they provide.”