Dyson quits the Design Museum

James Dyson (pictured) has resigned as Design Museum chairman, accusing the organisation of favouring style over substance and ‘betraying its ideals’ in the quest for more visitors.

Dyson says the museum, under its current curatorial steer, is no longer ‘true to its original vision’.

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