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Feb 4

Social Care needs NHS-style Constitution

Millions of people in the UK who rely on social care risk becoming "second class citizens" unless their rights are protected by an NHS-style constitution, according to a report published today.

Feb 4

Care reform is 'too difficult' for Tories

David Brindle describes Demos publication A Constitution for Social Care as a "valuable contribution" and asks whether the Tories will rise to the challenges facing social care.

Feb 4

Fixing the flaws in the care system

Demos' Constitution for Social Care addresses the need for a fairer, clearer set of rules for carers and cared-for says researcher Silvia Guglielmi.

Feb 3

Can humans respond to crisis? More or less ...

Matthew Taylor discusses Phillip Blond's influence on Peter Mandelson and George Osborne in his RSA blog.

Feb 3

The red Tory theologian

Phillip Blond features in Burke's Corner, a 'Burkean blog'.

Feb 3

British jobs, yes, but there has to be a better way

Andrew Gilligan lends more support to Phillip Blond's 'red Tory' agenda.

Feb 2

British Reveal Risk Register

Charlie Edwards discusses the Government's National Risk Register

Feb 2

Looking back to go forward

As the recession bites, Samuel Jones, Head of Culture at Demos, looks to heritage and culture as a means of renegotiating society's values.

Feb 2

Cameronism: the politics of a Tory court

In his second blog on the subject, Fabian Sunder Katwala argues that David Cameron's progressive moves are "brand decontamination".

Feb 2

Cameron at davos: alert on red tories

Prospect's James Crabtree notes Phillip Blond's influence on David Cameron's speech at Davos.

Oct 8

Disabled People Hit By £9bn of Welfare Cuts

New research by Demos shows disabled people will be caught in the cross-fire of Government cuts.

Sep 16

Demos appoints Kitty Ussher as Director

Demos is delighted to announce former Treasury Minister Kitty Ussher as the new Director of Demos

Aug 27

Silence from secret services could aid extremism

New research from Demos highlights the role that conspiracy theories play in extremist groups.

Aug 23

Labour failed to address immigration concerns

Labour's next leader must be prepared to engage with voters over immigration.

Aug 18

Apprenticeships improve earning power and life skills

Demos calls on government to do more to offer apprenticeships to young people not in employment, education or training.

Aug 16

Pay employers to offer internships

A “non-graduate talent pool” would benefit business and at-risk young people.

Aug 5

'Out of touch' Labour should rebrand to reinforce new policy agenda

New polling evidence shows Labour's brand is 'toxic'.

Aug 3

Poll shows Labour voters lost faith in the state

Poll results show Labour needs to accept public sector cuts and embrace ‘Big Society’.

Jul 29

6550 children too many excluded

Demos argues that the policy of excluding children from school creates more harms than benefits, especially for young people with special educational needs, and should be scrapped.

Jul 21

Abolishing Prevent will make UK safer

From Suspects to Citizens, a new report from think tank Demos, calls for the 'Prevent' programme to be abolished.