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Apr 7

Food not fags

The Daily Mail reports on Demos's recommedation that benefit claimants should be supplied with prepaid cards for essential purchases.

Apr 4

Bailiff powers cut

Jo Salter speaks to The Guardian about the emotional impact of debt following the Justice Minister's decision to reduce the powers of bailiffs.

Apr 3

Farage beats Clegg

Mirror article on 'Farage win' of yesterday's EU debate discussed CASM findings about the prominence of personality-related tweets about the two contestants.

Apr 3

The Mirror: Clegg-Farage Debate

The Mirror also used Demos analysis of thousands of tweets about the Clegg-Farage debate in their live coverage of the event. 

Apr 3

The Guardian: Clegg-Farage debate

Andrew Sparrow's Live Politics blog on yesterday's EU debate featured CASM twitter analysis.

Apr 2

Bedroom Tax

Claudia Wood on how the bedroom tax is causing people to fall into arrears.

Mar 27

£5bn black hole of hidden debt

Demos report 'The Borrowers' finds debts amounting to £200 per household, The Guardian reveals.

Mar 27

What's the true impact of debt?

Jo Salter (Demos) blogs about new 'Harm Index' which measures emotional and social impact of debt.

Mar 27

Britons sitting on £5bn black hole of hidden debt

Daily Mail coverage of Demos report The Borrowers which argued that there is a £5bn hole in official debt figures.

Mar 24

The Chancellor's bravery on pensions

Mary Dejevsky (The Independent) on Osborne's Pensions reform and Demos's recommendations for later life care.

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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May 14

Shrinking government no recipe for people power, argues new report by UK thinktank

Smaller government is not a recipe for making people feel more empowered, according to a new study of 25 European countries to be published by Demos today. This conclusion is based on data from the Everyday Democracy Index, part of ongoing experiment whic

May 14

People 'Losing Control' of Personal Information

People are losing control of their own personal information, according to a report launched by Demos today. People need to be put back in the driving seat when it comes to their own data and they need to be able count on a greater level of trust and openn

May 14

GP-patient relationship in need of first aid

The conversation between GPs and patients – the cornerstone of modern healthcare in the UK – is under enormous pressure, and must be rethought for a less deferential age in which patients have access to vast amounts of medical information, a report launch

Jul 19

SUN, SAND AND SALSA. FORGET BARBADOS, WELCOME TO BRISTOL BEACH!

Demos transforms car park for six-week summer in the city