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Media Uses 'boom' In Place Of 'bubble' Now

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Just an observation...

At the risk of sounding tin foil hattish, just how closely controlled is the language used in the media? There has been a definite and recent change of language, no-one says bubble any more, they all say 'boom'.

Even in the context of it being harmful.

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Would be naive to think that there isn't a line of communication between Downing St and Fleet St. Come on chaps, do your bit for the country, don't spook the horses, etc etc

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You'd think one or two of them would take the time to review their criticism of Gordon Brown. Clearly, rather than helping to bankrupt the country and impoverish every succeeding generation he laid down the foundations of an enduring prosperity, the envy of the world.

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Would be naive to think that there isn't a line of communication between Downing St and Fleet St. Come on chaps, do your bit for the country, don't spook the horses, etc etc

Isn't that what the Downing St. press offices are for? Propaganda.

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