Monday, 7 November 2005

Willetts

by Ted Hoffman

Samizdata have coined a few new words in their time, though they are probably only used in a few circles. I like this new one, named after the apparently very bright David Willetts.

Willetts, n. [pron. whil-itz] A policy proposal that is exactly twice as complicated as the problem that it is designed to solve.

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