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Andy Budd
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Andy Budd 2h
Replying to @mdchaffee @halvorson
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Andy Budd 6h
Replying to @bigredal @UKLabour
Even if that goes against their personal beliefs and wishes.
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Andy Budd 6h
Replying to @bigredal @UKLabour
I suspect the “evedence” shows that as long as Corbyn doesn’t come out strongly and publicly in favour of Brexit, the majority of labour voters will continue to support him, even if that ultimately means leaving the E.U.
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Andy Budd 6h
Yeah. I was REALLY hoping a few Conservatives would have been amongst the group to show that’s it’s not just Labour splitting but 2 party politics breaking.
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Andy Budd 6h
Replying to @jaggeree @tomcoates
This is the exact problem. Corbyn knows he can slowly move the county toward Brexit in order to deliver in some of his key policies, in a way that many labour voters won’t notice and the ones that do will be trapped to core labour anyway, because there’s no viable alternative.
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Andy Budd 6h
Replying to @RobMcCargow @PwC and 3 others
While at the same time a lot of really important jobs to society will go unfilled. I quite like the Japanese attitude in this area. The ability to find meaning and mastery in the most mundane of jobs.
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Andy Budd 6h
Replying to @RobMcCargow @PwC and 3 others
Also, I suspect there are a lot fewer well paid jobs that fit this description than there are people looking for such jobs, so somebody is going to miss out.
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Andy Budd 6h
Replying to @RobMcCargow @PwC and 3 others
Silicon Valley has done a great job of branding themselves as such, while simultaneously eroding the bedrock of modern society.
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Andy Budd 6h
Replying to @bigredal @UKLabour
No. But then again maybe a fixation on polling and “evidence” is the reason we’re in this situation in the first place?
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Andy Budd 9h
Replying to @UKLabour
Well not exactly the new progressive movement I was hoping for, but at least it’s a start.
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Andy Budd 9h
Replying to @danoliver
Although at the moment Momentum has pretty much absorbed the Labour Party. Just not the Labour MPs.
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Andy Budd 9h
Replying to @danoliver
And the Labour/Momentum model.
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Clearleft 11h
A group of us have just returned from the Interaction 19 conference (“Design in the wild”) in Seattle, Washington. - But what were our best bits? -
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Andy Budd 17h
As a lifelong voter I can no longer support a party whose leadership is clearly pro-Brexit. As such I’m hoping this upcoming announcement is the start of a new movement which better reflects the views of 48% of the country.
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Andy Budd 17h
Replying to @daveixd @dylanw and 3 others
Absolutely!
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Andy Budd Feb 17
This!
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Andy Budd Feb 17
Replying to @andrezero
I did, and I'm not sorry either :)
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Andy Budd Feb 17
Replying to @peterbowyer
Yes, how did you know :)
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Andy Budd Feb 17
Replying to @andybudd
It’s amazing how many people cargo cult a problem, wonder why their bamboo plane doesn’t fly, decry aircrafts for not working, and claim outrigger canoes are the only viable mode of transport.
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Andy Budd Feb 17
Half my Design Twitter conversations seem to be: Them: This common tool is dangerous/useless/doesn’t work. Me: I’ve found it useful in these situations. Them: I haven’t found them useful so they can’t be useful to anybody and here’s why. Me: 😖
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