In 2008, the hugely popular press officer at the British Psychological Society, Stephen (Steve) White, was sacked. After a two-year battle with his ex-employer, Stephen White committed suicide. The circumstances of Steve’s dismissal, employment tribunal and death are shrouded in mystery. As is often the case, the Society is the last place one wants toContinue reading “Tribute to Stephen White”
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‘The Martians could land in the car park, and no one would care’
ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND CENSORSHIP, FINANCIAL ISSUES, GOVERNANCE, MEMORY AND THE LAW GROUP 1st Aug 2021 AdminBPSWatch My friend Dave Pilgrim over at BPSWatch writes: In 1988, the Board structure agreed by the then leaders of the BPS set the scene for the norms of misgovernance and corruption – which we have reported at length on this blog –Continue reading “‘The Martians could land in the car park, and no one would care’”
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