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Too busy trying to keep up with the membership of the Shadow Cabinet? Here is a round up of what you might have missed on Twitter:

  • New polling shows the public is increasingly pessimistic about the future of health and social care
  • Challenging STP leaders to explain them to a young person is a suprisingly effective way of cutting through jargon
  • Our charity lego ambulance auction raised £170 for St John’s ambulance, which we were delighted to match and donate
  • How do we make difficult decisions about the affordability of medicines? Longread from Nick Timmins on where next for NICE
  • A neat visual summary of the deterioration in A&E waiting times over the last five years
  • A growing number of tech start-ups are developing mental health apps, but are they safe?
  • Incisive Health’s Toby Hannam's reflections on a Festival of Genomics that was notable for the absence of a leading politician
  • Twitter isn’t the only social media platform for health watchers to keep an eye on

Meanwhile, in America:

  • Advertising rates have skyrocketed for the cable news shows that Trump watches
  • Experimenting with highly deductible health insurance – out of pocket and out of options?

And finally:

  • Are snotty nosed selfies the future of healthcare stakeholder engagement