New clichés that should be banned

John Rentoul in The Independent:

BannedIt is a while since I published 'The Banned List', my book about verbiage to be avoided, yet new horrors are invented or brought to my attention every week by public-spirited people who are here to help you. Here are 10 of the worst recent examples…

5. Talking in the present tense about past events As in, “Richard the Third then moves his army to the north…”

6. Wrap-around To describe anything other than packaging. From Dan Fox.

7. Innocent children As opposed to complicit children, about whom we are indifferent.

8. Sneak preview It's invariably just a preview. Thanks to Mike Higgins. Worse is “sneak peek”. And worst of all is “sneak peak”.

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