Glasgow 2020 was a two-year project facilitated by the think-tank Demos which aimed to look at three things: Glasgow's future, cities generally and how we imagine the future. The aim was not to have an insular Glasgow conversation, but talk and swap ideas
Five leading think tanks of the left suggest ten-point plans for the Brown premiership
HOW GALLING it was for Glasgow's civic leaderstospendperfectlygood council taxpayers' money on a report about the future of the city and last week be told conclusions they do not want to hear
Glasgow is not short of ‘mass imagination’
Britain is becoming increasingly complacent about its mother tongue, claims a new report from the thinktank
Demos. As You Like It, by Samuel Jones and Peter Bradwell, argues that Britain cannot continue to rely on the cultural and economic benefit of hav
There's only one team in Glasgow/One team in Glasgow/One team in Gla-a-a-sgow/There's only one team in Gla-a-a-sgow. Fellow foot soldiers in Partick Thistle's red and yellow army will readily recognise this somewhat monotonous ditty that rings out from th
Ordinary Glaswegians have an unease' about the way the city is promoting itself, a groundbreaking report says today.
Britain's urban renaissance is being held back by a imagination deficit that could be relieved with greater community involvement, writes Melissa Mean
Poorer parts of Scotland's largest city have been left behind by major regeneration projects, according to a new report.
According to a damning new report published today by an influential think-tank, Glasgow has become a tale of two cities where affluence and poverty too often sit side by side. According to the report by Demos, Glasgow City Council has put architectural pr