Jonathan Birdwell explains Demos's upcoming research into the relationship between a mother's drinking habits and their child's future behaviour.
BBC One's Sunday Morning Live encourages viewers to share their opinions on Demos's welfare reform polling. (From 2min 40sec)
BBC News round-up Demos's fringe debate on welfare reform and note the key findings of the polling discussed.
Demos polling shows substantial public support for government control of benefits spending amongst certain groups.
Richard Reeves discusses his essay A Liberal Inside and positioning on the Today programme (1:14:30)
Demos wants British 16 year-olds to be able to vote.
The think tank Demos calls for an end to the “conspiracy of silence” on poor parenting today.
‘Tough love’ parents who combine warmth and discipline are better at building good character capabilities in their children, finds a major new report from the think tank Demos.
People who use peer-to-peer filesharing websites to illegally download music spend over £30 more on music per year than those who do not find a new poll comm
Demos publishes '12 Tests for 2012' for a Conservative government
Mistrust in front line staff is harming public services, says report
Britain's economy would be more resistant to crisis if more firms were employee-owned, co-operative or mutualised, according to a new Demos report.
On 11 August 2009, Shadow Chancellor, George Osborne delivered a speech on progressive politics to an audience at Demos.
Demos launches a new project, led by James Purnell, saying the political Left needs to rediscover its idealism, pluralism and appetite for radical ideas.
New Demos research outlines a progressive conservative roadmap to ‘recapitalise the poor’