1. Noun: Sleaze, Example: Matt Hancock
According to a Committee on Standards in Public Life (CSPL) survey, a number of politicians were “immediately associated with the word ‘sleaze’”. The survey also showed the public want to see tougher sanctions for politicians with “poor ethical standards” (so at least 246 of them this week).
3. Counterfeit Christmas
OnePoll on behalf of The Toy Association has unveiled the percentage of parents willing to purchase counterfeit or ‘knock off’ toys. Whilst underlining just how many of us feel guilt concerning Christmas presents and the pressure to make this Christmas a memorable one.
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