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Feb 8

Brand has treble the reach of Commons

The Sunday Times reports on Demos' new research project into the impact of social media on the general election campaign (£).

Feb 6

Local and female MPs will be the key to the next election, research reveals

Demos research has revealed that using women and the local touch may well be the key to the next election, the Mirror reports.

Feb 5

Education: the Pupil Premium had one job - it failed

The Mirror breaks down Demos's analysis of the attainment gap and asks whether the Pupil Premium is actually working.

Jan 21

Young British women less sympathetic than men towards the unemployed

New Demos report shows that young women have more sceptical attitudes to state welfare than young men, reports the Telegraph.

Jan 15

Labour would force Tony the Tiger after the watershed

In the Telegraph, TV adverts for high fat and high sugar foods would be banned under a Labour government, says Andy Burnham to Demos. 

Jan 15

Labour pledges to protect children from 'harm caused by alcohol, sugar and smoke'

Labour to ban 'high fat food for children', reports the Daily Mail ahead of Andy Burnham's speech to Demos. 

Jan 15

Labour pledges to protect children from 'harm caused by alcohol, sugar and smoke'

The Independent trails Andy Burnham's speech to Demos, launching Labour's public health strategy. 

Dec 31

Aid charities hit by banks’ fear of terrorism fines

The Guardian picks up on Demos new report suggesting that transfers earmarked for urgent charity work are being blocked by banks amid fear of incurring penalties for terrorist links. 

Dec 31

Anti-terror laws 'cost charities'

New Demos report shows how counter - terror strategy is preventing aid charities from transeferring vital funds, reports the Daily Mail

Dec 31

Charities suffer as banks seek to avoid funding terrorists

The Independent covers Demos' new report on charities losing funds due to anti-terror laws.

Aug 2

Demos does 'black sky thinking' on space

New mission will add up economic and social benefits of space and create first long-term strategy for British space programme

Aug 2

EU's expanding borders require joint migration strategy

Pressure from global movement of people will increase while attempts to tighten controls may actually reduce national security

Aug 2

Baby ballots' would increase parental power

Children have become ‘invisible citizens’ whose lives are increasingly controlled by over-protective adults

Aug 2

Local groups may lose trust of community

Community-based organisations can’t tackle social exclusion if they are ‘instruments of government policy’

Aug 2

SATs would be 'son of gold standard'

School assessment system is under pressure to turn students into exam scores for university admissions, says new think tank report.

Aug 2

Transit centres should help migrants rebuild lives

UK government migration proposals must be backed by support and loans for new arrivals to Europe, according to new report

Aug 2

UK library service in 'terminal decline'

New libraries agency should step in to create a national network of ‘hub’ services, says key government advisor

Aug 2

Manchester is favourite with 'new bohemians'

Ethnic diversity and gay people are key indicators of cities’ creative potential, according to new UK creativity index

Aug 2

Arts leaders meet to discuss value of culture

Our cultural assets will be damaged unless major arts institutions successfully argue for their intrinsic worth

Aug 2

Location-aware tracking could be new 'killer app'

...but users need to see the trade-off between privacy and delivery of location-based services, says new report