Ed Cox (@edcox_rsa )

Ed Cox



Bio director of public services & communities at RSA - designing Northern Powerhouse 2.0 - chair of @levinspire
Location Manchester - Leeds - Newcastle
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Account created 08-01-2009 22:31:36
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Twitter for iPad : ICYMI - well worth a quick read Andy Burnham < perhaps our report’s projections were too negative about the impact of active transport- let’s invest and see!road.cc/content/news/2…

TweetDeck : What to do about #brexit? Ed Cox argues we should ask a jury of citizens to deliberate on it. And after watching Parliament for the last few weeks it's about the best idea out there. thersa.org/discover/publi…

TweetDeck : ‘This is the role of the public entrepreneur – the practitioner who finds ways to move fast without leaving a trail of destruction' #actlikeanentrepreneur thersa.org/discover/publi…

TweetDeck : With the Prime Minister struggling to develop a workable mandate on #Brexit, it’s time we took inspiration from the Suffrage movement says Ed Cox to find a better way to resolve the national conundrum.

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TweetDeck : ‘Why Theresa may should reach for her inner Pankhurst: Time for a national citizens jury on Brexit’. Ed Cox suggests it’s time we reached into the democratic toolbox and found a better way to resolve the national #Brexit conundrum.

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TweetDeck : Why Theresa May should reach for her inner Pankhurst and call a National Citizens' Jury to get a mandate on Brexit < my latest The RSA #rsademocracy blog #deliberativedemocracy thersa.org/discover/publi…

TweetDeck : The RSA is reviewing its work on public services and communities and exploring concepts of welfare, public service and inclusive growth Ed Cox RSA PSC. Read more: thersa.org/discover/publi…

Twitter for iPad : “Local time” by The RSA: My interview with Matthew Taylor charts evolution from citizen engagement to citizen solutions, led by Helsinki #newlocalism medium.com/rsa-journal/lo…

Twitter for iPad : Ed Cox says most well off countries gave up on excessive centralised governments around 1990. England sticks with our unique system on and on with terrible consequences for our ability to respond to global crisis

TweetDeck : Beveridge originally anticipated that universal healthcare would be a function of local authorities - new blog from Ian B RSA PSC Luke Timmons #nhsat70 thersa.org/discover/publi…

iPhone : #HappyBirthdayNHS but did Bevan’s bedpan test set it off in the wrong direction and could a more local approach save it? #NHSat70 thersa.org/discover/publi…