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Aug 19

Cutbacks mean migrants are unable to find English classes

The Independent covers Demos' research on immigrants being unable to get professional help learning English due to government cuts. 

Aug 19

How hard is living in Britain if you do not speak English?

Ally Paget on Newsnight explaining why migrants learning English benefits the whole country.

Aug 8

The fairest way to fix the benefits system

Claudia Wood writes in The Independent that tackling the minimum wage and building more houses, is the solution to the benefits crisis. 

Aug 8

Scotland Independence Debate A Narrow Victory To Alistair Darling, According To Poll

The Huffington Post reports on Demos' real time analysis of Twitter 's response to the Scottish Independence debate.

Jul 29

Why drugs are no longer cool

Jonathan Birdwell speaks to The Telegraph on today's teenagers being so busy with their extra-curricular activities, there's hardly time for drugs. 

Jul 25

Be tough on the causes of benefits

In The Guardian, Claudia Wood comments on reducing the benefit bill, arguing that the government needs to address causational factors such as high rents and low wages rather than just restricting eligibility.

Jul 22

Extract of The Dark Net

An exclusive extract of Jamie Bartlett's forthcoming book is the cover story of The Sunday Times news review (£).

Jul 22

Putting more women in 'male' apprenticeships could bridge the gender pay gap

The Independent on Sunday covers new Demos analysis showing a gender pay gap in apprenticeships

Jul 17

Only one in five white Britons votes for Labour

Evening Standard runs Trevor Phillips' analysis for Demos Quarterly on ethnic minority voters in London.

Jul 6

A divided Iraq and a fractured storyline

Jamie Bartlett on Al Jazeera talks to the listening post about the propaganda war and competing media narratives in Iraq.

Aug 16

Pay employers to offer internships

A “non-graduate talent pool” would benefit business and at-risk young people.

Aug 5

'Out of touch' Labour should rebrand to reinforce new policy agenda

New polling evidence shows Labour's brand is 'toxic'.

Aug 3

Poll shows Labour voters lost faith in the state

Poll results show Labour needs to accept public sector cuts and embrace ‘Big Society’.

Jul 29

6550 children too many excluded

Demos argues that the policy of excluding children from school creates more harms than benefits, especially for young people with special educational needs, and should be scrapped.

Jul 21

Abolishing Prevent will make UK safer

From Suspects to Citizens, a new report from think tank Demos, calls for the 'Prevent' programme to be abolished.

Jul 6

UK needs more protests to combat terror threat

Jamie Bartlett, expert in counter-terrorism at Demos today calls for a more liberal approach to dissent, radicalism and the policing of protests in combating extremism.

Jul 5

Measuring Social Value

Press release launching Demos' latest report, 'Measuring Social Value', examining how third sector organisations measure their outcomes.

Jun 28

In Loco Parentis

Press Release for In Loco Parentis, Demos' latest publication looking at what ingreadients constitute a positive and negative experience of the care system. 

Jun 22

VAT raise not “unavoidable”

Demos responds to the Budget, arguing that a progressive approach to balancing national finances could and should come from focusing on tax rises.

Jun 10

Demos appoints Julia Margo as Acting Director

Julia Margo, Deputy Director of Demos will become Acting Director with Richard Reeves joining the Deputy Prime Minister's office.