Who’s in charge here?
Join us and our guest speaker Dan Hind at York Medical Society on Stonegate to discuss the interplay between media and politics, the power dynamics of the UK in 2022, and what – if anything – needs to change.
Dan Hind is an author with a longstanding interest in the question of media reform. His books include The Return of the Public: Democracy, Power and the Case for Media Reform and The Magic Kingdom: Property, Monarchy and the Maximum Republic. He is currently a postgraduate researcher at the University of York.
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