In a speech to the thinktank Demos today, Byrne will argue that Britain "is not a nation of Alf Garnetts", but that the electorate "want a deal on the table that is not unconditional. The rules should be unambiguous: 'Speak the language, obey the law and
Making state provision conditional upon the individual taking responsibility is both right and practicable
The Atlas of Idea, a series of four reports published by Demos, a UK think tank, looks at the pace and scale of scientific innovation in India, China and South Korea. James Wilsdon, science and innovation head, Demos, and Kirsten Bound, author, India: Th
India may have strengths like democracy, diversity, demography, interdependence and role models, but it can't become a global research giant unless it harnesses the strengths. By conventional metrics such as numbers of patents, the centres of innovation w
Lost data crisis Personal data is as valuable as cash. To protect it in future, there must be a change in attitude
Ms Gallagher and colleague Peter Bradwell will release their report in early December.
"Pretty much every organisation you engage with day-to-day - from clicking your Oyster card to ordering your take away - means sharing personal information."
The private details of UK individuals are on as many as 600 private and public databases, often without their knowledge, a study will reveal next month. The report by the thinktank Demos will say that new laws and procedures are needed to protect people's
As the military veers ever closer to crisis, it is time for an honest debate about the future of British defence policy
Every day there are stories that don't make the headlines. Some are not controversial, shocking or new enough; some are just too local to make national news. But it is through those everyday stories that one starts seeing patterns emerge.
"Devalued, angry and suffering from Iraq fatigue".
That's the state of our troops at the moment according to the Head of the Army General Sir Richard Dannatt. Sir Richard Dannatt