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May 6

Neo-liberalism is dead as people realise markets need regulation

Australian newspaper highlights Phillip Blond's Progressive Conservatism Project.

May 1

Why focusing on post-16s is not such a Neet idea

Head of Capabilities, Sonia Sodha reacts to the 2009 Budget

Apr 27

George Galloway TalkSport Radio

George Galloway interviews Demos senior researcher, Charlie Edwards, on his new report 'Resilient Nation.'

Apr 27

Profile

Chris Bowlby features Head of Demos' Progressive Conservatism Project, Phillip Blond, in a series profiling important headliners.

Apr 27

A new take on Tory

Jonathan Chaplin profiles Phillip Blond and Demos' Progressive Conservatism Project in an article on Red Toryism.

Apr 24

Labour's route out of the black hole has to be green, with just a hint of blue

Jonathan Freedland mentions the debate between the Head of Demos' Progressive Conservatism Project, Phillip Blond and Maurice Glasman.

Apr 24

HRD 2009: Three rules to sustaining performance in a downturn, says expert

At the HRD 2009 Director of Demos, Richard Reeves, points to solidarity, energy and autonomy as the three rules for creating organisational resilience during a downturn.

Apr 24

Job cuts needn’t harm performance, argues think-tank chief

At a recent HRD conference Demos Director, Richard Reeves, told delegates at that it was possible for HR professionals to cut costs while at the same time improving performance.

Apr 24

Spending squeeze - how can we safeguard public health?

Matthew Taylor singles out Demos' Phillip Blond as an important figure in the realm of public health in his discussion on safeguarding public health in the current recessionary climate.

Apr 23

Cumbria Needs Disaster Volunteers

Cumbria's top medical officer praises the Demos report 'Resilient Nation'.

Aug 31

Give self-employed the freedom to access their pensions

Self-employed workers should be given the power to access their recent pension contributions to allow more people to save with confidence.

Aug 23

Demos: Male celebrities receive more abuse on Twitter than women

An analysis of 2 million tweets by the think tank Demos reveals that male public figures are several times more likely than women to receive abuse on Twitter.

Aug 18

Demos: 700,000 ‘left voiceless’ by lack of national ESOL strategy

Around 700,000 migrants are being ‘left voiceless’ due to the Government’s lack of a national strategy to teach English, according to a new Demos report.

Jul 1

New cross-party Commission to increase quality apprentice numbers

Think-tank Demos is launching a heavyweight cross-party commission to bolster the business case for increasing both the quality and quantity of apprenticeships.

Jun 12

Demos warns new financial regulator over ‘expensive and risky’ red tape

The setting up of a Government-backed financial regulator could lead to ‘potentially expensive and risky’ red tape according to a stark warning from a financial think tank report.

Jun 8

Demos: Save NHS £10m a year by increasing cervical screening uptake

Improving cervical screening rates would save the NHS £10m a year, according to a new study by the think-tank Demos.

May 14

Demos: Get pupils out of the classroom and into the community to teach character

Think tank calls for volunteering-style coursework tasks to boost pupils' character and employability skills.

May 12

Promote employees who volunteer the most, think tank tells bosses

Bosses should award promotions or pay rises to employees who have done the most volunteering, according to a new Demos report.

Mar 26

Demos: Tax loan companies based on harm they cause

Loan companies who cause significant harm should face greater financial penalties according to a new report by Demos.

Mar 12

Demos: Ex-soldier’s plight shows more care homes should meet needs of under-65s

An influential think-tank Commission has stressed the need for more care homes to cater for working-age people, after the plight of a British war veteran left him isolated and without support.