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Changing policy needs a common language

Often it is said that “Britain and America are two nations divided by a common language” but the actual form and source of the quotation are unclear with attributions to Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw, and Winston Churchill amongst others. Nevertheless, the implication is clear, despite both nations speaking English, often what we read or hear from one another differs from the intent of what is written or spoken.
Author: Samuels, Paul
Language: English
Pubished By: Journal of Flood Risk Management
Pubished date: August 2019

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