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Bristol Council Bristles at Language Police

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Bristol Council Bristles at Language Police

Bristol Council Bristles at Language Police

Bristol Council Bristles at Language Police

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It's a tradition, my pet. Residents of Bristol, England, are resisting a city council attempt to sanitize their local dialect. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Bristol Evening Post reporter Charlie Morton about the controversy.