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Jan 4

Don't move, old people

This week's Economist covers Demos report the Top of the Ladder which highlights a chronic undersupply of appropriate housing for older people in the UK. 

Dec 7

How the internet buys and sells your secrets

This week's issue of the Spectator leads with Jamie Bartlett's article on internet privacy: every year we give away up to £5,000 of data online...

Dec 2

Middle classes who can't afford to save

The Daily Mail covers the latest Demos report, 'Irrational Optimists', which highlights the financial difficulties of the UK's middle classes.

Nov 27

The cost of cancer

Read the BBC's coverage of 'The Cost of Cancer', a new report highlighting the financial burden cancer sufferers face. 

Nov 25

Benefit of charity shops

The Independent examines 'Giving Something Back', which finds that charity shops are a benefit and not a blight on high streets.

Nov 22

Polite white flight

Demos research finds that Britain has become more sharply divided on ethnic lines, as the Sunday Times reports. 

Nov 22

Punishing proxy-purchasers

The Telegraph examines recommendations from the new report 'Sobering Up', which calls for tougher treatment of parents caught purchasing alcohol for under-18s. 

Nov 22

Helping Britain's problem drinkers

Read Ian Wybron's commentary on the new Demos report 'Sobering Up' in the Independent.

Nov 18

Best quality of life in the UK

The Daily Mail advises readers to move to Reading, Abderdeen or Southampton if they want good quality of life, following research on Good Growth by Demos and PwC. 

Nov 18

Good growth in Reading

The Guardian highlights the 'Good Growth' index put together by Demos and PwC, which places Reading in first place. 

Aug 2

Personalisation will transform public sector

Government’s promise of personalised services will increase public expectations and create wave of demand-led reform, says new Demos report.

Aug 2

Professional women take on old boy’s network

Networked feminists ‘have it all’ through personal careers and collective action to tackle workplace inequality, says new report

Aug 2

New partnerships needed to fight disablism

Legislation alone will not stamp out discrimination unless public attitudes towards disabled people also change, says new report

Aug 2

Children should be ‘entitled to school trips’

Regular ‘school safaris’ would help children overcome fears about local environment and connect them to wider ‘green’ issues, says new report

Aug 2

Better design can challenge ‘disablism’

Our world of fiddly buttons and user-unfriendly gadgets is discriminating against disabled people, says new Demos report

Aug 2

Libraries can develop ‘creative reading’

Their contribution to helping young people develop creativity has been missed in the current library debate, says new Demos report

Aug 1

We are living in a ’society of small print’

Professionals and companies are becoming ‘responsibility averse’ in an attempt to protect reputation, warns leading risk management expert

Aug 1

Independent lives ‘lead to loneliness’

Social isolation is increasing in our fragmenting society with more people at risk of loneliness in the future, according to new report

Aug 1

Baby boomers try to relive their youth

The post-war generation is using wealth and leisure time to ‘have their time again’ and to postpone ageing, according to new report

Aug 1

Public debate needs to move 'upstream'

The government must start a public debate about nanotech now to avoid another anti-science backlash, according to a new report.