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Political correctness is the notion that we should use politically correct language, or language that isn't consciously offending to any particular section of society.
Speaking in a Westminster debate, Sir Nicholas said: "I don't mean to sound like a stick-in-themud but touchy-feely political correctness has absolutely no role whatever in the British Army.
Mentioning political correctness around Trump is sure to set off a barrage of tweets.
Call me a snowflake or a woolly liberal but I rather like political correctness as an ideal, it's achieved lots of good things.
7 and service warranty for the correctness of things sold for a period of 3 years from the date of acceptance of goods to purchase items no.
The cops are a byword for political correctness these days.
Tracing the origins of this standard, the author demonstrates that this recent call for correctness conflicts with previous calls for deference and with other aspects of contemporary administrative law doctrines.
Cruz tied the issue to a larger one that is a key component to his campaign: political correctness.
Political correctness refers to language, actions and policies that are intended or designed to specifically not offend or disadvantage a particular group of people.
Public discourse has consequently fallen under the influence of a widespread desire to avoid giving offense, a desire Ralston and others ascribe to "political correctness.
Time was we could have a laugh, now it's political correctness, or who's offended?
Political correctness or politically correct is a term used to describe the attitude or policy of being careful not to offend or upset any group of people in society who are believed to have a disadvantage.