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omnishambles

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishomnishamblesom‧ni‧sham‧bles /ˈɒmniˌʃæmbəlz $ ˈɑːm-/ noun [singular] British English informal  a situation that is bad in every way, or a number of bad situations, which is the result of someone’s inability to do their job well, especially in government
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