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Sep 4

The Dark Net:Inside the Digital Underworld by Jamie Bartlett, book review

Jamie Bartlett's book The Dark Net, reviewed by Ian Burrell in the Independent.

Sep 4

Jane Martinson: 10 lessons I've learned from being Guardian women's editor

Former Guardian Women’s editor Jane Martinson cites Demos analysis in a roundup of the 10 lessons she’s learned in the past four years in her role.

Sep 3

Build homes for elderly on NHS land, says MP

BBC News reports on Paul Burstow's recommendation that NHS land should be used to build dedicated housing for older people.

 

Sep 3

House elderly in student campuses instead of ‘islands of misery’ care homes, report

Paul Burstow calls for new style housing for elderly built alongside gyms, nurseries, and colleges to intergrate generation in the Telegraph.

Aug 26

Male Celebs Are The Main Target For Twitter Trolls, But Female Journalists Get Worse Deal

The Huffington Post covers Demos' new research on female journalists getting more abuse than men on Twitter.

Aug 19

Cutbacks mean migrants are unable to find English classes

The Independent covers Demos' research on immigrants being unable to get professional help learning English due to government cuts. 

Aug 19

How hard is living in Britain if you do not speak English?

Ally Paget on Newsnight explaining why migrants learning English benefits the whole country.

Aug 8

The fairest way to fix the benefits system

Claudia Wood writes in The Independent that tackling the minimum wage and building more houses, is the solution to the benefits crisis. 

Aug 8

Scotland Independence Debate A Narrow Victory To Alistair Darling, According To Poll

The Huffington Post reports on Demos' real time analysis of Twitter 's response to the Scottish Independence debate.

Jul 29

Why drugs are no longer cool

Jonathan Birdwell speaks to The Telegraph on today's teenagers being so busy with their extra-curricular activities, there's hardly time for drugs. 

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.