Only in England, part III

From MissMarketCrash, apparently these words have been banned by British local government authorities:

across-the-piece, actioned, advocate, agencies, ambassador, area based,
area focused, autonomous, baseline, beacon, benchmarking, best
practice, blue sky thinking, bottom-up, CAAs, can do culture,
capabilities, capacity, capacity building, cascading, cautiously
welcome, challenge, champion, citizen empowerment, client, cohesive
communities, cohesiveness, collaboration, commissioning, community
engagement, compact, conditionality, consensual, contestability,
contextual, core developments, core message, core principles, core
value, coterminosity, coterminous, cross-cutting, cross-fertilization,
customer, democratic legitimacy, democratic mandate, dialogue,
direction of travel, distorts spending priorities, double devolution,
downstream, early win, edge-fit, embedded, empowerment, enabler,
engagement, engaging users, enhance, evidence base, exemplar, external
challenge, facilitate, fast-track, flex, flexibilities and freedoms,
framework, fulcrum, functionality, funding streams, gateway review,
going forward, good practice, governance, holistic, holistic
governance, horizon scanning, improvement levers, incentivising, income
streams, indicators, initiative, innovative capacity, inspectorates,
interdepartmental, interface, iteration, joined up, joint working,
LAAs, Level playing field, lever, leverage, localities, lowlights,
MAAs, mainstreaming, management capacity, meaningful consultation,
meaningful dialogue, mechanisms, menu of options, multi-agency,
multidisciplinary, municipalities, network model, normalising,
outcomes, output, outsourced, overarching, paradigm, parameter,
participatory, partnership working, partnerships, pathfinder, peer
challenge, performance network, place shaping, pooled budgets, pooled
resources, pooled risk, populace, potentialities, practitioners,
predictors of beaconicity, preventative services, prioritization,
priority, proactive, process driven, procure, procurement, promulgate,
proportionality, protocol, provider vehicles, quantum, quick hit, quick
win, rationalisation, rebaselining, reconfigured, resource allocation,
revenue streams, risk based, robust, scaled-back, scoping, sector wise,
seedbed, self-aggrandizement, service users, shared priority, shell
developments, signpost, single conversations, single point of contact,
situational, slippage, social contracts, social exclusion, spacial,
stakeholder, step change, strategic, strategic priorities, streamlined,
sub-regional, subsidiarity, sustainable, sustainable communities,
symposium, systematics, taxonomy, tested for soundness, thematic,
thinking outside of the box, third sector, toolkit, top-down,
trajectory, tranche, transactional, transformational, transparency,
upstream, upward trend, utilise, value-added, visionary, welcome,
wellbeing, worklessness.

Whenever I step off the plane in the U.K. or Netherlands a tear (or more) comes to my eye as I contemplate those countries as birthplaces of individual liberty.  But this: is it a move for or against liberty?

It's funny, but if you Google "predictors of beaconicity" you get lots and lots.


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