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STUDENTS' JARGON BAFFLES OXFORD MEMBERS

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A plea from students at Oxford University for better communications with city council members failed to get the mes...
A plea from students at Oxford University for better communications with city council members failed to get the message across because councillors found much of the nine-page document incomprehensible.

The Times (p6) reports that the aim of the request was a more active role in the city affairs for students.

But instead of stimulating debate, their management-speak left many politicians wondering what they were going on about.

Eventually, after a face-to-face meeting, the council agreed to increase representation of students on the council.
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