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Apr 22

Suffering From Political Schizophrenia? Tech to the Rescue!

Demos' Verto app, produced in conjunction with Bite the Ballot, featured in the Huffington Post.

Apr 17

Here's a guide to using the new electech

Demos' Verto app featured as a digital resource for voters ahead of the Election

Apr 13

Patients must show passport to use NHS or pay £1,000s for care in 'heath tourism' crackdown

The Independent draws on our research on the unforseen consequences of restricting migrant access to healthcare.

Apr 9

Upcoming British Election May Determine Welfare State's Fate

Our Research Director, Duncan O'Leary, interviewed on NPR talking about the future of the UK's welfare state.

Apr 9

Don’t expect the Twitter vote to be representative

The Guardian explains how Demos' Twitter sentiment tracker demonstrates how social media reactions vary from opinion polling.

Apr 9

Twitter is an unrepresentative urban liberal dreamland

The Director of Demos' Centre for the Analysis of Social Media, Jamie Bartlett, introduces the findings of our report on how immigration is talked about on Twitter in The Telegraph.

Mar 31

Clegg: Lib Dems will never play footsie on EU

The Herald on Sunday covers Demos' research on the increasing attainment gap between rich and poor pupils seen in more than half of local authorities over the last year.

Mar 25

General 2015: Could young people hold the keys to power in Britain?

The Independent covers Demos report on getting young people to vote.

Mar 16

Tories lead in local tweets

Tories breaking digital deadlock in key marginal seats, writes Carl Miller for the Sunday Times (£).

Mar 9

Should MPs engage on twitter?

Jamie Bartlett on Daily Politics discussing whether MPs should engage with the public on Twitter.

Mar 4

Science needs migration

Today, Wednesday 4 March, Demos launches 'Knowledge Nomads', the final installment in it's 'Atlas of Ideas' series. 'Knowledge Nomads' argues that migration is important for both Britain and global science and innovation.

Feb 4

A Constitution for social care needed, says Demos

Millions of people in the UK who rely on social care risk becoming “second class citizens” unless their rights are protected by an NHS-style Constitution, a Demos report warns today.

Jan 22

New Demos project will explore 'progressive conservatism'

Demos is today unveiling a major project to research 'progressive conservative' policies at an event with senior Conservative and Labour figures.

Oct 8

New research duo to join Demos from IPPR

Demos is pleased to announce the appointment of two leading researchers to develop a new programme of research tackling social mobility and inclusion.

Sep 15

Gove, Cable and Purnell a ‘Radical Dream Team’

Michael Gove, Vince Cable and James Purnell are the most radical politicians in Britain, according to a Demos survey released today.

Sep 15

Labour is the traditional party of fraternity, says minister

The Minister for Immigration Liam Byrne today claimed that Labour is the only party that can ‘refresh’ Britain’s sense of community.

Jul 18

New Director for Demos

The Board of Trustees of Demos have appointed Richard Reeves to the role of Director.

Jul 10

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