Golden Bull award for Luton jargon

8th December 2000 at 00:00
LUTON council has been awarded a Golden Bull award for gobble-degook from the Plain English Campaign.

The authority was chosen for a wordy report describing a new initiative to give excuded children go-karting lessos. It claimed that the scheme was "a multi-agency project catering for holistic diversionary provision to young people for positive action linked to the community safety strategy and the pupil referral unit".

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