David Cameron rejected claims that he was a "Right-wing nationalist" today as he tried to defuse a fresh row over Kenneth Clarke's comeback.
In a speech to Demos, the Tory leader made a direct pitch to Labour and Liberal Democrat voters and declared hi
Today, Demos launches its new Progressive Conservatism Project. Fifteen years ago, Demos, that professional sniffer of the Zeitgeist, laid much of the intellectual foundations, such as they were, for New Labour. And at today's event, the main speaker is t
The 'It's a Material World' video is posted on The Attic - the virtual home of Museums Studies students from the University of Leicester.
Chris duballstar blogs about the 'It's a Material World' short film from Demos.
Richard Jones discusses Demos publication 'See-through Science' in his blog on nanotechnology.
Richard Reeves discusses the government's measures to tackle the 'graduate crunch': "Let them do master's degrees is the modern equivalent of 'let them eat cake'," says Reeves.
A report from think tank, Demos, into understanding digital exclusion, commissioned by Post Office Broadband, identified ‘the non-line outsider’ who wants to get online but is hampered by fear, uncertainty or structural barriers such as lack of tuition Po
In 1997 Tony Blair declared his three priorities to be “education, education, education”. It is a pity that he did not make them “skills, skills, skills”, writes Richard Reeves, Director of Demos.
In a speech to the think-tank Demos, Clegg defines liberalism as "optimism in people" accompanied by ardent support for the dispersal of power. As he puts it, a liberal believes in the "raucous, unpredictable capacity of people to take decisions about the
After 60 years, it’s time to refresh the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to take in the new digital frontier argues Peter Bradwell of UK think tank Demos.