The most annoying political phrases?
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Voters are less likely to trust MPs who use clichés

Voters continually hear clichés such as "the fact is" and "I understand what you're saying", but a report found they are less likely to trust a person who uses them.

A survey also showed they preferred concise answers, rather than going into more detail, and the Daily Politics has found some of the worst offenders.

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  • 23 Jan 2017
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