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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.

Mar 19

Why Goldman Sachs is the new Glastonbury

The Telegraph cites Demos research on Generation C in a story about Aaron Parfitt, a teenager who led a walk-out at his school in protest against an alleged lack of homework. 

Mar 14

Tory Fury at 40p tax

"People are being taxed too much on income and not enough on property". Jonathan Todd on the 40p tax rate.

Mar 14

Charity Shops are meeting needs

Guardian coverage of Demos research on the enduring social and economic benefits of charities.

Mar 11

Nigel Farage is wrong

Citing a collection of Demos essays, 'Mapping Integration', Hugh Muir in the Guardian argues that social cohesion has improved regardless of higher immigration levels.

Mar 7

James Brokenshire Immigration Speech

David Barrett, Home Affairs Correspondent for The Telegraph, accused the New Immigration Minister of att

Mar 4

Rise of White-Collar Apprentices

Katie Allen on The Guardian echoes Demos's call for 300,000 more apprentices ('Up to the Job') in an article discussing new kinds of 'white-collar' apprenticeships. 

Feb 27

Lack of apprenticeships holding back UK economy

The Mirror reports on Jonathan Todd's recent research project 'Up to the Job', which looks at how raising apprenticehip levels could improve the quality of the UK's economic recovery.

Feb 26

A two-tier welfare system

Read an extract from Duncan O'Leary and David Goodhart's essay in which they argue that the benefits system should be reformed so that it re

Feb 20

Generation C

An article on The Independent discussed new Demos research on 'Generation C', or 'Generation Citizen' as it is known because of its passion for grass roots social activism and its strong c

Aug 2

Newcastle-Gateshead seeing new ‘brain gain’

People leaving London for north-east as Tyneside companies tempt recruits with better quality of life, according to new regeneration report

Aug 2

Localism alone won’t reform public services

Public sector must be adaptable enough to meet individual needs of users, rather than simply offering a choice of service providers.

Aug 2

Sweden beats US as most ‘creative’ nation

Restrictions on biotechnology research and ‘unwelcoming’ immigration policies are reducing U.S. competitiveness

Aug 2

Digital TV will ‘undermine licence fee’

Government should address long-term future for publicly funded television during current BBC charter review, says senior advisor

Aug 2

British public fears new US space race

Poll shows strong support for UK science projects such as Beagle but people are concerned about Bush’s military space strategy

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