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Anna Laycock
CEO , associate , advisor + other fine stuff. Once won a breakdancing competition. She/her.
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Anna Laycock Feb 16
Where are all the women? via
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Imandeep Kaur Feb 15
‘If climate was a bank it would have been saved by now’
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Anna Laycock Feb 15
It's devastating to hear - it's not like mental health provision is bountiful to start with. Like many others, I've had to fight to get the care I need (for 20+ years) and I've seen how difficult it is for my GP when services are so oversubscribed. Profit shouldn't come into it.
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Anna Laycock Feb 15
I wasn't in a meeting with them, just sat next to them in a bar. I was very tempted to introduce myself as a mental health service user and share my views on their approach, but I restrained myself to some very hard stares.
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Vinod Rajasekaran Feb 15
Anyone know of interesting work happening exploring future of lobbying/government relations? cc
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Nina Mohanty Feb 15
and I had a wonderful chat about this on Sunday. It is all well and good to make rich people richer, but show me something that fundamentally shifts our relationship with money, that includes those who would never be included, that is sustainable and resilient... 💸
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Anna Laycock Feb 15
Replying to @nainaydoo
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Anna Laycock Feb 15
finds fintechs are "trying to create solutions for problems that do not exist" - yet there are so many problems they *could* be fixing. Social purpose needs to be at the core of fintech if it's going to do anything other than reinforce the status quo
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Katherine O'Brien Feb 14
By excluding info on abortion, the BBC are treating it as a political, rather than a medical, issue. Abortion is the most common gynaecological procedure in the UK. BBC must reverse this shocking decision.
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Anna Laycock Feb 14
Replying to @CarlPackman
I only said sometimes.
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Anna Laycock Feb 14
Replying to @ninamohanty
I hear you - and thank you for sharing. I've needed them for many years and they are literally life-saving. There is nothing that consoles me about this trajectory.
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Anna Laycock Feb 14
Replying to @SianWilliams41
No, but I smelt just as bad.
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Anna Laycock Feb 14
Replying to @dr_palumbo
I'll be walking out huffily very shortly.
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Anna Laycock Feb 14
Replying to @anna_luise
Folks, this is why we need the NHS.
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Anna Laycock Feb 14
Replying to @anna_luise
All they've done is look at a spreadsheet. They're actively trying to block new, more accessible forms of referral that make them less money. Not once have they mentioned what the levels of need are or what a good outcome looks like.
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Anna Laycock Feb 14
For the past hour I've been listening to two executives work out how to make maximum money from minimum spend for mental health services (in Camden, FWIW). All they've talked about is figures. Apart from saying "I don't get it - if I'm sad, I eat a pie and I cheer up".
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Anna Laycock Feb 14
Replying to @CarlPackman
Sometimes I love you.
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Anna Laycock Feb 14
When Nancy met : economic paradigms deconstructed before your very eyes.
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Anna Laycock Feb 14
Replying to @martincampbell
No chance!
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Anna Laycock Feb 14
Just did my makeup on the train while standing up (no holding on) and carrying a dog in a bag and I would like my Londoner of the year badge please.
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