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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,

Apr 24

Warning of 'unacceptable' lottery in care of the dying

Citing Demos research from last year, the Telegraph reports on the chief inspector of hospitals' claim that there are 'huge inequalities' in treatment of the dying in the UK.

Apr 22

Can the Conservatives become the party of the Indian middle class?

In a comment piece for the Telegraph, Tim Wigmore asks whether recent Demos research on increasing ethnic minority support for the Tories might mean that the party doesn't "face defeat by demographics after all."

Apr 22

Are Cameron and Osborne losing their 'posh boy' tag?

In the Telegraph, Cathy Newman asks whether the PM and his Chancellor are beginning to shake off their reputation as 'posh boys', citing Demos research on increasing Tory appeal among middle-class ethnic minority voters

Apr 22

Black middle class 'drifting away' from Labour

BBC News article on how rising prosperity among ethnic minority voters has been accompanied by a move towards the Conservative Party, as revealed in recent Demos research.

Apr 22

We're Euro test flops

The Sun picks up on Demos polling data showing that UK voters came 22nd out of 27 countries in a basic quiz on the European Union

Apr 22

Black middle class 'will turn to the Tories'

Citing Demos research to be published in the new issue of Demos Quarterly, the Times reports on burgeoning support for the Tories from upwardly-mobile ethnic minority voters

Apr 8

Young people failed by short-termist politics

Demos releases An Anatomy of Youth, calling for generational justice.

Apr 8

Demos calls for voting age to be lowered

Demos wants British 16 year-olds to be able to vote.

Nov 9

Conspiracy of silence on parental failure

The think tank Demos calls for an end to the “conspiracy of silence” on poor parenting today.

Nov 8

‘Character’ is the key to social mobility

‘Tough love’ parents who combine warmth and discipline are better at building good character capabilities in their children, finds a major new report from the think tank Demos.

Nov 1

Illegal downloaders are one of music industry’s biggest customers

People who use peer-to-peer filesharing websites to illegally download music spend over £30 more on music per year than those who do not find a new poll comm

Oct 9

Tories must pass progressive test

Demos publishes '12 Tests for 2012' for a Conservative government

Sep 22

Front line 'crippled' by lack of trust

Mistrust in front line staff is harming public services, says report

Sep 11

Employee ownership could tame "speculative excesses", says Demos

Britain's economy would be more resistant to crisis if more firms were employee-owned, co-operative or mutualised, according to a new Demos report.

Aug 11

George Osborne: Progressive reform in an age of austerity

On 11 August 2009, Shadow Chancellor, George Osborne delivered a speech on progressive politics to an audience at Demos.

Jul 20

New Project to make Left idealistic, open and radical again

Demos launches a new project, led by James Purnell, saying the political Left needs to rediscover its idealism, pluralism and appetite for radical ideas.