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Jan 15

Competition in Banking

Jodie Ginsberg on Newsnight explaining why forcing banks to divest is not the way to improve competition. 

Jan 6

Older groups more deserving than unemployed

Demos research finds that the young favour pensioner benefits over those for the unemployed, as the New Stateman reports. 

Jan 4

Don't move, old people

This week's Economist covers Demos report the Top of the Ladder which highlights a chronic undersupply of appropriate housing for older people in the UK. 

Dec 7

How the internet buys and sells your secrets

This week's issue of the Spectator leads with Jamie Bartlett's article on internet privacy: every year we give away up to £5,000 of data online...

Dec 2

Middle classes who can't afford to save

The Daily Mail covers the latest Demos report, 'Irrational Optimists', which highlights the financial difficulties of the UK's middle classes.

Nov 27

The cost of cancer

Read the BBC's coverage of 'The Cost of Cancer', a new report highlighting the financial burden cancer sufferers face. 

Nov 25

Benefit of charity shops

The Independent examines 'Giving Something Back', which finds that charity shops are a benefit and not a blight on high streets.

Nov 22

Polite white flight

Demos research finds that Britain has become more sharply divided on ethnic lines, as the Sunday Times reports. 

Nov 22

Punishing proxy-purchasers

The Telegraph examines recommendations from the new report 'Sobering Up', which calls for tougher treatment of parents caught purchasing alcohol for under-18s. 

Nov 22

Helping Britain's problem drinkers

Read Ian Wybron's commentary on the new Demos report 'Sobering Up' in the Independent.

Feb 7

Anti-social media: 10,000 racial slurs a day on Twitter, finds Demos

A groundbreaking study by the think tank Demos has found that 10,000 tweets containing a racial slur are posted on Twitter every day.

Jan 29

Demos: Judge financial institutions on how they treat their customers

Consumer bodies should produce quality-based best buy tables for financial institutions, ranking their products on how well they work for customers, according to the think-tank Demos.

Jan 27

A tale of two classrooms: London results skew national picture as educational inequality on the rise

Government policies are failing to reduce educational inequality, with a major study finding the attainment gap between poorer and wealthier pupils increasing in half of local authorities.

Dec 2

Crisis, what crisis? Britain’s ‘squeezed middle’ ignore savings woes in favour of irrational optimism

As many as 4 in 5 ‘squeezed middle’ families in Britain are failing to save enough each month, despite being on incomes of over £30k a year.

Nov 27

Cost of cancer same as a mortgage, says Demos

The financial impact of cancer costs families the same as an average mortgage, according to a report out by Demos today.

Nov 25

Charity shops a ‘life support’ for Britain’s high streets, says Demos

Charity shops act as a life support on Britain’s high streets, providing a number of benefits for local businesses, residents and communities, according to a new Demos report.

Nov 25

New research reveals rise of ‘comfort-zone segregation’

The latest analysis from the joint Demos-Birkbeck project reveals a rise in 'comfort-zone segregation'.

Nov 22

Demos: Crack down on adult ‘enablers’ to tackle teen drinking

People who buy alcohol on behalf of underage drinkers should face community service, social shaming or be banned from shops, according to a new Demos report. 

Nov 13

Boring, isolated and lonely: Britain’s damaging perceptions of our care homes

Polling by the think-tank Demos reveals the negative perceptions damaging the image of Britain’s care homes, with as few as 1 in 4 people considering moving there in their old age.

Sep 26

Corruption, instability and intolerance: Europe's decade of decline

Demos produces the first ever index to measure democracy specific to the EU.