The Armed Forces are “running on empty”, overstretched by the long-running operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to a report on the state of the military.
“The conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan have seriously diminished the ability of the Armed
Society has a dysfunctional relationship with its young people, according to a new report that’ll be published next month by the think tank Demos.
When public services have to do more with less and cater to the needs of the communities they serve may be its time to look at participative public services says Niamh Gallagher from Demos as she discusses a new report to be published early next year.
James Wilsdon reviews a new history of alternative medicine by Roberta Bivins
James Wilsdon assesses the prospects for science and innovation across the Islamic world. This will be the theme of a new Demos project to be launched in early 2008.
Culture is coming to play a more important role in determining the course of international relations than ever before. Politicians must respond to this with support, and cultural organisations must adapt to respond to the new needs that it brings
Charlie Tims, a Demos senior researcher, commenting on less measurable benefits that London brings to surrounding regions and the country as a whole.
Engagement with political Islam is not a question of if, but of how
When did the inheritance tax become the new poll tax? When did it gain the Exocet-like power to hone in on the outrage of middle Britain, and even put off an election?
Earlier this week I took a trip down to Bournemouth to speak at an event organised by the thinktank Demos as part of the Labour Party Conference Fringe.
For the discussion, which was entitled 'Participation Rewired', I joined an illustrious panel - Jim