Is it just me who notes this in almost any newpaper article where there might - might - just be a slight mention of somebody being told 'what to do' which may be for their own good, the word 'Orwellian' is dredged up to denote sinister undertones which actually have no relation to anything Eric Arthur Blair ever wrote, but sounds good 'because they're trying to control us' - anyone else think this word is overused and out of context? the latest example was schools thinking of not letting 'the kids' out at lunch at school to stop them turning into Roseanne Barr and JOhn Goodman by the time they're ten by gorging on Chicken Cottage. I mean is this really 'orwellian'??
Nanny state. There said it before anyone else did.