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May 18

Whoever wins UK vote, 'sea change' coming in Scotland

Whatever the result of the Election, the SNP looks set to "have a chance to be influential" in parliament, said Duncan O'Leary, director of research at the Demos think tank.

May 18

Why Women Troll Other Women on the Internet

A 2014 study titled Misogyny on Twitter by London-based think tank Demos revealed that women are nearly as likely as men to use misogynistic language on Twitter. 

May 18

One month in: Voters' views on the digital election

BBC Asian Network and the cross-party think-tank Demos have teamed up to look at the digital campaign from the point of view of three young, passionate and - most importantly - undecided voters.

Apr 30

E4 closing down may not encourage young people to vote - but it is the kind of gesture we need

Demos and Bite the Ballot's Verto app could help re-engage young voters ahead of the 2015 Election

Apr 28

Social media a key battleground in Britain's election

The AP speaks to Carl Miller, Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media, about the role social media is playing in the 2015 Election

Apr 28

Sleeper cells: The secret radicalisation that could be taking place in bedrooms across the UK

Jamie Bartlett, Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media, speaks to the Daily Mirror about digital radicalisation.

Apr 23

Diverse, popular, and growing in importance: Voter Advice Applications and the 2015 General Election

Democratic Audit features our Verto app in its round-up of the key voter advice tools of the 2015 Election

Apr 22

How MPs are breaking their party lines on Twitter

Whether by silence or by outright contradiction, rebellious election candidates are using social networks to convince voters they aren't controlled by their parties, writes Carl Miller.

Apr 22

The dark side of the web

The Yorkshire Post interviews the Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media, Jamie Bartlett, on his encounters with the people behind the dark web.

Apr 22

Is London's stranglehold on power a big turn-off for young voters?

Head of Demos' Citizenship and Political Participation Programme, Jonathan Birdwell, in The Guardian on re-engaging youth in UK politics.

May 7

A Liberal Republican road to the election

Demos releases The Liberal Republic and announces new Advisory Council

Apr 24

‘Emergency Society, Not Emergency Services’

Make people Britain’s First Emergency Service, says report

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.