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How To Live A Full Life (And Leave Nothing On The Table) By 30 | Thought Catalog
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As someone who got the hell out, I've been thinking about this a lot lately.
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Simon announces our first 8 accountable care systems where we'll up our efforts to redesign care & mainstream best…
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Never has so much been said & meant so little 'human, engaging authentic orgs' sure get a lot of that in
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Mesmerising. Average earnings 5 years after degree by subject.
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TrainAsONE - looking for team members - Articles - Run247
Athletes of all levels needed for the Team applications. We just want people striving to improve.
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A neat summary of how the UK voted last week. From
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This is unexpectedly brilliant.
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W. G. Sebald, Humorist - The New Yorker
The New Yorker on Sebald the comic (a characterisation they can't quite make stand up) -
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John Dewey via Michael Lynch on the need for intellectual humility in democracies and universities:…
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Another shout for this - Ronaldo at Barcelona 96/97: Year Zero for
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Updated "final" seat forecasts for , after final polls (except Ipsos)
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In praise of tonight's exit poll - expert academics plus hundreds of interviewers from Ipsos MORI and GFK start wor…
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Truly modern Muslims – TheTLS
What does Islam mean? We try to answer it at length.
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Long read, but some really interesting points about scale, Trump's use of twitter and Youtube advertising
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According to & the other trusted source of information Eaglescliffe was named after a sign writi…
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Home - schema.org
Wrote a thing on welfare policy, AI and
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Me: culture seems dominated by entitled, self-indulgent man-children.

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Nice tool for creating a driver diagram. Can be tricky freehand! Via
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Labour’s manifesto: let’s focus on the big choices not the small change - Resolution Foundation
Cool assessment from the man that wrote the 2015 Labour manifesto: focus on the big choices not the small change.
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A comprehensive demolition of the worthless Myers-Briggs test. 2m take it each yr…
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10 best training sessions for 5K and 10K races:
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The challenges ahead on mental health spending - Power to Change
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Yep! All change is not equal and our readiness for it depends on all sorts of factors. We are…
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Vote share and ideological position of the British Conservative Party, 1945-2015 (comparative manifesto project).
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Vote share and ideological position of the British Labour Party, 1945-2015 (comparative manifesto project)
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All or Nothing: Edana Minghella Quartet celebrates Billie Holiday - Bath Box Office :)
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Something I wrote for

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No Strings Attached - Roosevelt Institute
Good work - demonstrates argument that destroys work isn't supported by the evidence.
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Our new leadership in action paper out today - draws on our previous work on , and
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The Future of People Powered Health 2017 | Nesta
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What is Marx's Das Kapital? - BBC News
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British politics is a total mess at the moment. But when it comes to vivid swearing, we are world class.
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was the GDS transformation lead for carers (I think). He should be…
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Striking chart on life chances. Education is not enough. US data from
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Where the Parties' 2015 vote is going (based on polls whose fieldwork ended between Apr 18th-21st)
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Great graph. Seats in the House of Commons since 1886. Not shown: the SNP's sudden 2015 leap from 6 to 56 seats. Vi…
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There's 13 million disabled people in the U.K. We can use our power to get the Tories out. Vote. Vote. Vote.…
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How Online Social Networks 'Heal' After a Death - The Atlantic
Interesting new research: what happens to online social networks when someone dies.
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Trying to deliver an STP?
A full funded 2 day progs for staff working on STPs.Both London and Manchstr.
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Great new report from on why policy relentlessly fails and how to fix it.
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How user research shaped the DWP's work, health and disability policy consultation
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