The new leader of the UK House of Commons, known for his oratorial rhetoric and attachment to tradition, has published a graceful list of grammar and a label for his staff.
Jacob Rees-Mog, who was appointed to his new role on Wednesday by the new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has called for his employees to stop using words like "yes", "many", "due to" and " . "
" CHECK YOUR WORK, "he wrote in the list.
A list published Friday by ITV News advises employees to use only imperial measurements. double the interval after periods and give all the unnamed male suffix Esq.
The European Union issued several directives over the decades calling on Member States to use metric measurements, but the United Kingdom was late in adopting the system.
Reese-Mog's office said the leadership was drafted by the Northeast Somerset MP's election team years ago and is now shared with officials in his new cabinet.
The Conservative Party MP is called the "Honorary Member for the 1
Other guidelines for staff include avoiding the use of "investing (in schools, etc.)" or "note / understand my worries."
According to a separate report by ITV News in a search for one of Rees's speeches -Mog for Brexit, published by BrexitCentral, found that the legislator had used a number of his forbidden words, including "many" Equal and "Many."
The list is because he has no virus online. that the reason for issuing the guidelines is that it would be "rude" to send voters letters incorrectly ad esirani from his office.
"They asked how I like my emails and I said," Well I have a list of how to do things in my office upstairs, "he told the Telegraph. "I was removed from the office of the House of Commons. This is just something that lists the forbidden words that are like words from the New Work as "unacceptable."
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and add: "If you mean something is wrong, say it's wrong. And "affected" – unless it is the tooth of wisdom. One kind of style guide. And people have to be properly addressed. I always put esquire on a male voter.
Letters to voters must be addressed correctly.
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