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Jan 29

Bringing up baby

It's the quality of parenting in Britain, rather than the education system, that's really failing our children - and the government is doing nothing to address it, argue Sonia Sodha and Richard Reeves.

Jan 29

Rise of the red Tories

Phillip Blond sets out his argument for ‘progressive conservatism’ in a controversial essay for Prospect magazine, whose cover features Margaret Thatcher as Che Guevara.

Jan 27

Woman's Hour: Feminism Special

Demos Director, Richard Reeves joins Guardian columnist Zoe Williams to discuss the state of feminism today.

Jan 26

The Tories must take on the private cartels that dominate economy

Phillip Blond's speech that launched the Progressive Conservatism Project at Demos features in The Independent.

Jan 26

Cameron’s let Tory nastiness off the leash

Cabinet Office Minister Liam Byrne offers his take on the Progressive Conservatism Project.

Jan 26

Think Tank: New ideas for the 21st Century: Use the post offices to revive credit

David Cameron’s claim to be a “progressive” has so far been based on a social rather than economic vision. He wants to fix Britain’s “broken society” – to tackle the “social recession” just as Thatcher healed the economy. Now the economy has been broken i

Jan 26

David Cameron on the economy

David Cameron made his claim that Britain could go bankrupt during a question and answer session following a speech at the Demos think-tank.

Jan 26

Is the IMF the only answer for a bankrupt Britain?

Margareta Pagano covers the Progressive Conservatism Project launch and questions exactly what David Cameron's motives were when he warned of an IMF bail-out.

Jan 26

Is David Cameron a progressive? Discuss...

Stephen Tall digests David Cameron's speech at the Progressive Conservatism Project launch.

Jan 26

Brown vows to 'fight' recession

Conservative leader David Cameron warned on Thursday that Britain could soon have to go to the International Monetary Fund for financial help, as James Callaghan's Labour government did in 1976.

May 5

Almost half of ethnic minority population now live in majority non-white areas

Analysis of the Census by the think-tank Demos reveals that almost half of ethnic minority residents in England and Wales now live in areas where white British people are in a minority.

Mar 30

Half of workers wrongly assume bosses would foot the bill for long-term sick leave

UK workers are risking their own financial security by failing to protect themselves adequately, in case they are forced to leave work by illness or injury, according to new research by the think-tank Demos.

Mar 27

Disabled people set to lose £28.3bn of support

Demos analysis reveals the full impact of the Government's changes to the welfare system on disabled people.

Mar 26

Hire social media chiefs to put ‘Twitter snooping’ on a legal footing, think-tank tells police

Police constabularies should install dedicated heads of social media to tackle crime and ensure responsible collection of online intelligence data, according to Demos’s Centre for the Analysis of Social Media (CASM).

Mar 12

Demos: Reward healthy choices with fast-track NHS treatment

People who make healthier life choices should be prioritised for non-emergency hospital appointments, according to an independent think-tank.

Mar 11

Ethnic minorities feel more empowered than white Britons, finds study

White British people feel significantly more disenfranchised by modern politics than minority groups, according to an analysis of a major government survey of community life in Britain by the think-tank Demos.

Feb 13

‘In broadband we trust’ say supporters of Italy’s Beppe Grillo

A pioneering survey of Beppe Grillo’s populist Movimento 5 Stelle (M5S) reveals astonishing levels of distrust in politics, business and the media among its online supporters.

Feb 10

Demos: 120,000 pensioners a year to miss out on social care relief if Government ditches Dilnot cap proposal

Demos analysis reveals an extra 120,000 elderly people a year will receive no relief on their social care costs if the government forego Dilnot recommendations and adopt a £75k cap

Jan 29

Use benefits to change behaviour, argues Demos

New report shows how prepaid cards could offer financial inclusion to Britain’s 2 million unbanked and nurture a generation of savers.

Jan 20

Keep faith in religious providers, urges think tank Demos

Local authorities should use faith groups to deliver public services to achieve value for money, greater ‘social value’ and wider community benefits, argues a new report by Demos.