In the week where the Conservative party conference set out a tough stance on immigration, and home secretary Amber Rudd told companies to list foreign workers, the word of the week is:
To voice anti-immigrant rhetoric in which you don’t really believe, in order to win the populist vote for your boss.
“Reminds me of that speech – what was it? Rivers of Drudd.”
“When it comes to freedom of movement, she’s just a druddge.”
“Brexit? It’s nothing but druddgery.”
Articles to read if you suspect druddgery:
- In Brexit Britain, Cable Street is always just around the corner
- Need to distract everyone from the NHS funding crisis? Blame foreigners
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