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Oct 23

If you’re disabled, it’s not just Lord Freud who holds you in contempt

The Guardian covers the findings by Demos on the impact of disability benefit cuts.

Oct 21

Health tourism clampdown 'puts public at risk,' claims think-tank

The Independent covers Demos' new report 'Do No Harm' which tackles the issue of migrants not seeking necessary healthcare for fear of deportation or fees.

Oct 21

Illegal Migrants 'Too Scared' To Get Treatment

Sky News reports on Demos's new research, highlighting the problem of migrants failing to seek treatment for illness over concerns of being reported to the authorities.

Oct 2

Negative tweets on Cameron’s speech outweigh positive by 10 to one

Citing Demos' analysis, the Guardian reports the Twitter reaction to David Cameron's Conservative party conference speech.

Oct 2

David Cameron's speech 'received ten negative tweets for every positive post on Twitter'

The Independent covers Demos' analysis of Twitter's response to David Cameron's final speech before the general election.

Sep 19

We have lost the battle against Britain's booze culture, police admit as they issue an unprecedented plea for moderation in drinking

Jonathan Birdwell comments on tackling Britain's excessive boozing culture in the Daily Mail.

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.

Jan 29

Use benefits to change behaviour, argues Demos

New report shows how prepaid cards could offer financial inclusion to Britain’s 2 million unbanked and nurture a generation of savers.

Jan 20

Keep faith in religious providers, urges think tank Demos

Local authorities should use faith groups to deliver public services to achieve value for money, greater ‘social value’ and wider community benefits, argues a new report by Demos.

Dec 7

Demos: alcohol policy should focus on parenting, not pricing

The Government’s attempts to curb the UK’s hazardous drinking culture would be more effective if they focused on encouraging better parenting, particularly among parents misusing alcohol, say experts at the think tank Demos.

Dec 3

Parents ‘in the dark’ as child nutrition advice isn’t getting through

Child nutrition advice should be displayed on supermarket shelves and online parenting forums to make it more accessible to parents, according to a Demos report.

Nov 27

Demos launches pioneering new model for measuring poverty

Think-tank Demos has launched a pioneering new model for measuring poverty that could transform local social service provision and help thousands of families escape poverty.

Nov 14

Britain’s budding entrepreneurs say “It’s not the economy, stupid”

Entrepreneurs are optimistic and determined but defy stereotypes about their motives, characteristics and attitudes, finds new research from Demos.

Oct 19

Demos: 24,000 Scottish families face severe disadvantage

A new report by the think-tank Demos reveals the full extent of the hardship experienced across Scotland, estimating that 24,000 families face severe disadvantage.

Oct 1

Majority support government control of how people spend benefit payments

New polling released by the think tank Demos shows the majority of people believe the government should start controlling how welfare recipients spend their money.

Sep 21
Jul 12

Private sector must step in to tackle crisis in loneliness among older people

Ageing Sociably argues that businesses must do its bit to tackle the crisis in loneliness among older people.