The Centre for Policy Studies has released The 2009 Lexicon, A guide to contemporary Newspeak.
Some random examples:
Dialogue (meaningful): the pretence of genuine two-way conversation.
Equality: sameness. Absence of diversity.
Joined-up government: excuse for cross-departmental initiatives which will centralise and increase government intrusion into everyday life.
Radical (of reform): minor technical/organisational adjustment.
And so on.
It is recommended reading and yet, rather like the cartoon Dilbert, overdoing it might be unwise.