Waste NLAT? Let’s look at the word ‘waste’ for a minute.
Firstly the homonym – Jeremy does have a fine little waist. No-one can deny it. It’s those classes at Little Trollope’s Dance Academy in Lambeth when a child which helped form the adult. Then there’s the noun form, as in the term ‘a waste of space’, and one can’t deny, that this particular term fits young Jeremy well enough. Wasting money? Oh that as well. NHS wasting away? Conjugation with Jeremy –
Now Jeremy wastes NHS resources. – Present Tense
Yesterday Jeremy wasted NHS resources. – Past Tense
Jeremy has wasted NHS resources. – Past Participle
Jeremy is wasting NHS resources. – Present Participle
In fact one could almost write a novel just based on the juxtaposition of the word ‘waste’ and the name ‘Jeremy Hunt.’
I believe Mr Hunt taught English once…….