They're taking a dashboard approach to performance: Writers of gobbledegook named and shamed in Golden Bull awards | UPDATED: 15:03 GMT, 11 December 2012 Mitt Romney was awarded the 'Foot in Mouth' award Many complain that they need a translation guide to keep up with the jargon churned out in work meetings. But, in a triumph for plain speaking, the best examples of corporate gobbledygook were today named and shamed. The worst offenders, guilty of using phrases such as 'from a spectrum of inadequacy' to 'a dashboard approach to performance' were highlighted as the culprits inflicting this nonsense on their colleagues.
CENSORED: The Mail On Sunday stories Leveson's Law would have barred | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 2 December 2012 The debate around the Leveson Report has focused on Lord Justice Leveson’s controversial proposal for a new regulator backed by law. But as Prime Minister David Cameron said in rejecting the idea of statutory-backed regulation, there is a key principle at stake about state interference in the affairs of a free press