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Jun 17

Is this Generation right?

BBC News cites Demos 's Generation Strains report that people are widely presumed to get more right-wing as they get older.

Jun 16

Payments need a lighter touch

Demos Finance warns, competition and innovation in bank payments risks being undermined if the system's new regulator is too heavy handed in City AM. 

Jun 8

GPs 'must offer more cervical cancer tests'

Sunday Times covers Demos 's report calling for GPs to offer more cervical cancer tests.

Jun 8

GPs should 'offer on the-spot smear tests'

Jo Salter talks to Sky News about Demos's new report on cervical cancer. 

May 20

Why there is a need for volunteering qualifications

Demos' Ian Wybron, writing in the Guardian, suggests that charitable organisations and employers need to work together on accreditation schemes that recognise the skills employees gain by volunteering

May 15

Women troll each other online

The Daily Mail picks up on Demos research suggesting that women are increasingly likely to use the same misogynistic terms on Twitter that are used against them.

May 10

Women as likely as men to tweet misogynist abuse

Analysis by the Centre for Analysis of Social Media (CASM) at Demos reveals that women use misogynistic terms on Twitter almost as often as men, reports the Independent.

Apr 28

Boris Johnson: the root question

A Guardian editorial places Demos research on MP 'localness' in the context of Boris Johnson's potential return to Parliament in 2015.

Apr 25

Two-thirds of MPs are 'local' people

The BBC cites a new Demos Quarterly article suggesing that 63% of MPs are 'local' to the areas they represent in Parliament, with the Lib Dems considered the most 'local' main party.

Apr 25

Why 'skin in the game' could be the key to reforming markets

Labour's Policy Coordinator Jon Cruddas MP, writing in the New Statesman, suggests that the principle of 'skin in the game', as outlined by Duncan O'Leary in Demos Quarterly,

Aug 2

Newcastle-Gateshead seeing new ‘brain gain’

People leaving London for north-east as Tyneside companies tempt recruits with better quality of life, according to new regeneration report

Aug 2

Localism alone won’t reform public services

Public sector must be adaptable enough to meet individual needs of users, rather than simply offering a choice of service providers.

Aug 2

Sweden beats US as most ‘creative’ nation

Restrictions on biotechnology research and ‘unwelcoming’ immigration policies are reducing U.S. competitiveness

Aug 2

Digital TV will ‘undermine licence fee’

Government should address long-term future for publicly funded television during current BBC charter review, says senior advisor

Aug 2

British public fears new US space race

Poll shows strong support for UK science projects such as Beagle but people are concerned about Bush’s military space strategy

Aug 2

Personalisation will transform public sector

Government’s promise of personalised services will increase public expectations and create wave of demand-led reform, says new Demos report.

Aug 2

Professional women take on old boy’s network

Networked feminists ‘have it all’ through personal careers and collective action to tackle workplace inequality, says new report

Aug 2

New partnerships needed to fight disablism

Legislation alone will not stamp out discrimination unless public attitudes towards disabled people also change, says new report

Aug 2

Children should be ‘entitled to school trips’

Regular ‘school safaris’ would help children overcome fears about local environment and connect them to wider ‘green’ issues, says new report

Aug 2

Better design can challenge ‘disablism’

Our world of fiddly buttons and user-unfriendly gadgets is discriminating against disabled people, says new Demos report