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27.07.2019

When you let amateurs like Rees-Mogg write style guides

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Filed under: culture, politics, publishing, typography, UK—Jack Yan @ 12.45

3 Responses to ‘When you let amateurs like Rees-Mogg write style guides’

  1. […] subsequently, Jacob Rees-Mogg, who lives in a dream world detached from understanding others, inspired even more rebellion, and with the PM’s speech, […]

  2. […] all that bollocks from the Hon J. Rees-Mogg, MP about banning the metric system from the Commons, I thought the Brexit-loving Tories would at least get this […]

  3. […] in the dictionary, albeit as a defunct term. On this, Jacob Rees-Mogg might be quite happy to agree as part of his mission to take the Commons back to the 19th century, before all this metric system n…, other than using milliard, which is just too French. Maybe we we get to citing American […]

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