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Feb 15

What role will Twitter play in the fight for Downing Street?

Alex Krasodomski-Jones writes for the Sunday Times on how Twitter is impacting the election (£).

Feb 15

Twitter defeat for Tories

Carl Miller writes for the Sunday Times on the Tories' tough week on Twitter (£).

Feb 11

Community Shop is no good if you don’t have any money

The Guardian covers Demos' new report on community supermarkets.

Feb 8

Brand has treble the reach of Commons

The Sunday Times reports on Demos' new research project into the impact of social media on the general election campaign (£).

Feb 6

Local and female MPs will be the key to the next election, research reveals

Demos research has revealed that using women and the local touch may well be the key to the next election, the Mirror reports.

Feb 5

Education: the Pupil Premium had one job - it failed

The Mirror breaks down Demos's analysis of the attainment gap and asks whether the Pupil Premium is actually working.

Jan 21

Young British women less sympathetic than men towards the unemployed

New Demos report shows that young women have more sceptical attitudes to state welfare than young men, reports the Telegraph.

Jan 15

Labour would force Tony the Tiger after the watershed

In the Telegraph, TV adverts for high fat and high sugar foods would be banned under a Labour government, says Andy Burnham to Demos. 

Jan 15

Labour pledges to protect children from 'harm caused by alcohol, sugar and smoke'

Labour to ban 'high fat food for children', reports the Daily Mail ahead of Andy Burnham's speech to Demos. 

Jan 15

Labour pledges to protect children from 'harm caused by alcohol, sugar and smoke'

The Independent trails Andy Burnham's speech to Demos, launching Labour's public health strategy. 

Jul 1

New cross-party Commission to increase quality apprentice numbers

Think-tank Demos is launching a heavyweight cross-party commission to bolster the business case for increasing both the quality and quantity of apprenticeships.

Jun 12

Demos warns new financial regulator over ‘expensive and risky’ red tape

The setting up of a Government-backed financial regulator could lead to ‘potentially expensive and risky’ red tape according to a stark warning from a financial think tank report.

Jun 8

Demos: Save NHS £10m a year by increasing cervical screening uptake

Improving cervical screening rates would save the NHS £10m a year, according to a new study by the think-tank Demos.

May 14

Demos: Get pupils out of the classroom and into the community to teach character

Think tank calls for volunteering-style coursework tasks to boost pupils' character and employability skills.

May 12

Promote employees who volunteer the most, think tank tells bosses

Bosses should award promotions or pay rises to employees who have done the most volunteering, according to a new Demos report.

Mar 26

Demos: Tax loan companies based on harm they cause

Loan companies who cause significant harm should face greater financial penalties according to a new report by Demos.

Mar 12

Demos: Ex-soldier’s plight shows more care homes should meet needs of under-65s

An influential think-tank Commission has stressed the need for more care homes to cater for working-age people, after the plight of a British war veteran left him isolated and without support. 

Mar 3

Think-tank Demos gears up for May 2015

The think-tank Demos is announcing a series of changes as part of a long-term vision for the organisation, laying the groundwork for maximum cross-party policy impact in the run up to the election.

Feb 26

More apprentices would boost GDP by £4bn a year - think tank

Increasing the number of apprentices in England to catch up with similar economies would boost Britain's GDP by £4bn a year, according to the think tank Demos.

Feb 23

Demos: Financial ‘health-check’ before collecting your pension

People should be ‘nudged’ into planning for their long-term social care costs, argues a new Demos report released today.