Dan Hind is a publisher and researcher who has spent much of the past decade trying to win Britain round to the cause of democratic reform of the UK state and its system of communications. His books include ‘The Return of the Public: Democracy, Power and the Case for Media Reform’.
نشر في ourBeebA post-broadcast BBC: time for the public to speak?
‘Digital public space’ is an inspiring vision of the future of the BBC. Its full realisation, however, demands...
The Magic Kingdom: republican reform of the British constitution
It's time to remake the British state.
On (not) telling the Scots what to do
To be free of Westminster's distant and venal elite is something the English should support - if the Scots can...
نشر في HomeThe Co-operative Group and the commons
The Co-operative Group is already a force for good in the UK and it could become the basis for a much more equitable...
نشر في HomeOstrom and the Commons
Elinor Ostrom's studies of commons-based social organization have important lessons for those looking to develop new...
This is what 21st century unionism should look like
The pooling of democratic funds should not be funnelled exclusively into any single party, particularly one so...