The ‘word police’ have decided the term ‘mistress’ is ‘no longer to be used’

The “word police” have decided that you can no longer use the term ‘mistress’, according to Sky News host Paul Murray.

“According to the word police at the Associated Press – the people who essentially decide the words you can and can’t use in news coverage has decided that no longer the term ‘mistress’ is to be used,” Mr Murray said.

“Who makes these decisions? But the point is that they can keep making these decisions because they are totally unaccountable.”

The “word police” have decided that you can no longer use the term ‘mistress’, according to Sky News host Paul Murray.

“According to the word police at the Associated Press – the people who essentially decide the words you can and can’t use in news coverage has decided that no longer the term ‘mistress’ is to be used,” Mr Murray said.

“Who makes these decisions? But the point is that they can keep making these decisions because they are totally unaccountable.”

The “word police” have decided that you can no longer use the term ‘mistress’, according to Sky News host Paul Murray.

“According to the word police at the Associated Press – the people who essentially decide the words you can and can’t use in news coverage has decided that no longer the term ‘mistress’ is to be used,” Mr Murray said.

“Who makes these decisions? But the point is that they can keep making these decisions because they are totally unaccountable.”

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