Wednesday, August 29, 2007

MP wants small print banned

The small print in documents could be outlawed if an MP gets his way.

Labour's Nick Palmer wants a minimum size of 10-point - about the size seen in a novel - instead of the current 6-point.

Mr Palmer, who plans to introduce a Private Member's Bill, said: "The very phrase 'small print' is everybody's shorthand for something that companies don't want you to read.

I don’t think this is such a bad idea. It will never become law if it’s just a private members bill though.

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