DDU’s full account of the failures of democratic policy making that enabled Brighton and Hove City Council to introduce racially divisive teacher training.
DDU is delighted that Paul Embery has won his case against the Fire Brigade Union for unfair dismissal because of his pro-Brexit speech
At a recent Don’t Divide Us Academic Group event, Professor Elizabeth Rata argued that: In the end a nation has to decide whether knowledge is universal and separable from the social group, or whether it is irredeemably knowledge of the powerful. If you abdicate from the idea of universal knowledge, then you de facto retreat into […]
DDU supporter, Adrian Hart, writing here for The Brighton Society, provides a detailed, eye-opening illustration of how local town hall technocratic elites treat the people they are supposed to represent with disdain. From imposing building plans that are intended for someone’s benefit, but not the majority of local residents, to a plan to turn all […]