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.
Old political certainties are in tatters, but as Gordon Brown and David Cameron struggle to stress their differences, progressive politicians can be found on both sides of the House. They should get together, writes Demos director Richard Reeves.
Michael White's blog covers Nick Clegg's speech at Demos.
British Satellite News covers Demos 'It's a Material World' launch event at The Banqueting House, Whitehall.
Most people feel "alienated" from the arts because many of the people who run them are "cultural snobs" who believe pursuits like opera and theatre need to be "defended from the mob", according to the think-tank Demos.
In his speech to the think tank Demos, Mr Clegg said: ``We know that it was the disaster politics response to the killing of Jamie Bulger that led to a massive upswing in the number of children in prison or prison-like secure accommodation.
Speaking to think-tank Demos in London, Mr Clegg will say that liberalism is based on an essential optimism about people which is difficult to maintain in the face of harrowing cases like Baby P, Shannon Matthews or the Sheffield father who raped his own