"No one has even been given a chance to comment on this momentous publication, and yet it threatens to change the English language forever. Not only is this an affront to linguistic evolution, it's a shameless attack on democracy itself."—Ed BC
We are joined by Ed Balsam-Clamp, former UK Member of Parliament and (until recently) senior etymological consultant to the Oxford English Dictionary working committee, for an exclusive interview on his tireless efforts to blow the whistle on the forthcoming Oxford Brexish Dictionary, due to be published in March 2019 as the UK finally exits the European Union.
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[Brexit, Remain, EU, UK, politics, language, Reginald Bosanquet, democracy, xenophobia, liberalism, Donald Trump, Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn, Richard Dimbleby, spaghetti, trees, evolution, linguistics, etymology, pogonophobia, April Fools' Day]