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Apr 7

Politics in the social media sphere

The India Economic Times interviewed Carl Miller on the topic of mainstream politics being replicated on social media platforms.

Apr 7

Bruce Springsteen and 'benign clustering'

Hugh Muir in the Guardian reports on our attitudes to ethnic clustering in public spaces.

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.

Apr 23

Demos publishes ‘blueprint’ for social media intelligence monitoring

The ethical principles upon which the British security authorities should be allowed to monitor social media are laid out in a report published today by the think tank Demos.

Apr 17

London think-tank scores progress on the Olympics 7 out of 10

With 100 days until the Olympics the Centre for London scores the organisers on progress so far.

Apr 5

Demos: Religious most likely to identify as on the left

People who identify with a faith – even if they are not actively practising – are more likely to volunteer, be politically engaged and be active citizens in their neighbourhoods, according to our new report. People who identify with a relig

Feb 2

Mentoring schemes benefit mentors as well as mentees

A new evaluation by Demos finds that mentors benefit significantly from taking part in mentoring schemes.

Jan 5

Expert panel proposes framework to underpin any future change in law on assisted dying for terminally ill people

The Commission on Assisted Dying publishes its findings and recommendations in its final report.

Dec 2

New report reveals how cuts and confusion push disabled people into poverty

The latest instalment of our Disability in Austerity study finds that disabled people are confused about the nature of the Government's welfare reforms.

Nov 20

Britons more proud of the National Trust than the Royal Family

Shakespeare and the National Trust top a poll on symbols that inspire a sense of pride in the British public, beating the pound, the Monarchy and the BBC.

Nov 7

Disillusionment with mainstream politics spurs online populist movements across Europe

A Demos report surveying the views of 10,000 online supporters of populist movements has found that the majority are male and under 30.

Oct 26

Demos calls for an end to the NEET measure

A new Demos report on young people and unemployment.

Sep 30

Conspiracy theories rife in classrooms

New research by Demos finds that pupils' 'digital fluency' is exceptionally poor, with many not being able to determine the reliability of sources online.