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EXCLUSIVE: Kel Richards’ election dictionary

13 May 2019

11:10 AM

13 May 2019

11:10 AM

Puzzled by the way words are used in the election campaign? Here’s your handy cut out ‘n’ keep pocket guide to the vocabulary of campaigning politicians:

That whistling sound you can hear is the dictionary being thrown out of the window. The one thing every election campaign produces is a large number of words.

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