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Ditch your business cards. On this week's episode of #WorkLife with @AdamMGrant, learn better strategies for building your network.
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Join @TechForUK at the #PeoplesVoteMarch - Put it To The People!
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1. It's an opportunity to register dissent with the current state of things, and registering dissent is fundamental to a democracy. Which I'm not even sure we have any more, given all the underhand background murk, but here's a crack at it.
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"Should it reach more than 17.4 million respondents then I'm sure there would be a very clear case for taking action"
Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom on #RevokeArticle50 petition that crashed Parliament website