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Apr 18

Brittle society must be prepared for disasters

Britain has become a "brittle" society where even the smallest effect on resources risks bringing the country to its knees

Apr 16

Emotional intelligence

Demos senior researcher, Sonia Sodha, argues that emotional intelligence can no longer be viewed as a luxury add-on to a school curriculum.

Apr 16

Profile: John Gray

Demos' Director, Richard Reeves, draws a parallel between classic liberal thinker John Stuart Mill and eminent philosopher John Gray in a New Statesman profile.

Apr 15

Bagpuss carers face redundancy as cutbacks hit textile centre

In light of recent plans to close the Textile Conservation Centre, Demos' Samuel Jones asks us to seriously consider what we value and those things we won't have in the future.

Apr 14

Children of the Revolution

The lead essay from Scotland's Sunday Herald puts Demos' Progressive Conservatism Project at the heart of unpicking the Thatcherite settlement.

Apr 14

Now is the time for quantitative easing

Gordon Pepper and Michael Oliver pinpoint a recent Financial Times article written by Demos researcher Phillip Blond.

Apr 14

Let us put markets to the service of the good society

Phillip Blond, director of Demos' Progressive Conservatism Project, comments on the move away from a neo-liberal to a conservative approach to political economy.

Apr 14

Textile Conservation experts face the sack in a material world

Demos researcher, Samuel Jones, shares his expertise on Britain's conservation industry.

Apr 14

The Diary: Richard Thaler

In an account of his recent visit to London, 'Nudge' co-author Richard Thaler recounts a 'raucous' dinner with Demos.

Apr 7

In search of the truth about equality in Britain

Richard Reeves reviews two publications, 'The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better' and 'Towards a More Equal Society? Poverty, Inequality and Policy Since 1997' on social inequality in Britain today.

Mar 8

British workers amongst worst protected in OECD countries

Demos analysis of the latest figures shows that British workers are some of worst protected in the OECD.

Feb 24

NEET explosion in the next five years

Demos analysis shows that NEET levels will stay high, unless the Government takes radical action.

Jan 28

We'll be worst affected by spending cuts say young people

New Demos research shows 32 per cent of 16-24 year olds think that they would be worst affected by the spending cuts.

Jan 14

Setting rules is a class issue

New Demos report shows difficulty setting consistent rules and boundaries in low-income households has a detrimental effect on children’s development.  

Jan 14

Stress, guilt and exhaustion 'toxic mix' for middle class parents

New Demos report shows inflexible, stressful and emotionally demanding jobs can undermine parenting confidence and contribute to emotional withdrawal from children

Jan 14

Confident single parents more effective than couples in crisis

A new report by Demos shows that stable single-parented families provide a better home environment for children than rowing married couples finds.

Dec 17

Scrapping DLA will see more disabled Britons forced below the poverty line

New Demos research claims the assessment for the new Personal Independence Payment will not accurately measure the costs of people living with disability.

Nov 30

Launch of the Commission on Assisted Dying

Demos launched an independent inquiry into assisted dying with a speech by Lord Falconer.

Nov 15

New data exposes challenges of rolling out Personal Care Budgets

Research shows that local authorities face significant challenges in implementing personal budgets.

Nov 12

Demos: 200,000 people a year should die at home, not in hospital

New Demos research shows that far more people are dying in hospital than want to, which could be remedied by founding an end of life care service.