RIBA ruling council slammed for secretive 'Blairite' leadership
The RIBA's ruling council faced a rebellion yesterday (Wednesday) over alleged 'Blairite-style' secrecy. At the time of going to press, former presidential candidate David Thorp was set to launch a motion, at Wednesday's council meeting, damning the leadership's 'ever-increasing use of confidentiality'.
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