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Oct 14

Warming the relationship between the banks and SMEs

David Prosser draws on research carried out by Demos to argue that banks should refresh their relationship with SMEs in The Independent

Oct 12

The worrying rise of the far right

Jamie Bartlett discusses the rise of the far right and anti-immigration sentiment across the EU with El Pais.

Oct 11

Britain remains open to illegal immigration

David Goodhart shares his thoughts on the Government's immigration policy in the Times.

Oct 3

The next big housing crisis

The Guardian looks at the chronic undersupply of retirement housing in Britain highlighted in the Demos report 'The Top of the Ladder'

Oct 2

Algorithms used for crime prevention

Jamie Bartlett talks to dw.de about the remarkable capacity of algorithms to predict the occurrence of crime, and the increasing adoption of such statistical software by state

Sep 26

MP Sadiq Khan calls for greater tax-raising powers for Mayor of London

The Evening Standard reports the MP for Tooting's comments at a Demos Labour Party Conference event. 

Sep 26

Hungary and Greece at risk of 'backsliding'

The Wall Street Journal highlights the erosion of democracy in several EU states following the Demos report on 'Backsliders: Measuring Democracy in the EU'.

Sep 26

Greece's democracy in danger

The Guardian covers the findings of 'Backsliders: Measuring Democracy in the EU'

Sep 24

Blunkett warning over online pornography

BBC News reports former Home Secretary's comments at Demos Labour Conference event 

Sep 19

A Common Language

Contributing to the BBC's'Viewpoints', Max Wind-Cowie says that sharing language is key to sharing culture. 

Mar 26

Demos: Tax loan companies based on harm they cause

Loan companies who cause significant harm should face greater financial penalties according to a new report by Demos.

Mar 12

Demos: Ex-soldier’s plight shows more care homes should meet needs of under-65s

An influential think-tank Commission has stressed the need for more care homes to cater for working-age people, after the plight of a British war veteran left him isolated and without support. 

Mar 3

Think-tank Demos gears up for May 2015

The think-tank Demos is announcing a series of changes as part of a long-term vision for the organisation, laying the groundwork for maximum cross-party policy impact in the run up to the election.

Feb 26

More apprentices would boost GDP by £4bn a year - think tank

Increasing the number of apprentices in England to catch up with similar economies would boost Britain's GDP by £4bn a year, according to the think tank Demos.

Feb 23

Demos: Financial ‘health-check’ before collecting your pension

People should be ‘nudged’ into planning for their long-term social care costs, argues a new Demos report released today.

Feb 18

Demos: False stereotypes of young people holding them back from getting jobs

False stereotyping of young people in the media and wider society is having a negative effect on both their self-esteem and employment opportunities, reveals new Demos report supported by National Citizen Service (NCS).

Feb 10

Young people bearing the brunt of Britain’s debt

Demos reveals findings on young people's issues with debt.

Feb 7

Anti-social media: 10,000 racial slurs a day on Twitter, finds Demos

A groundbreaking study by the think tank Demos has found that 10,000 tweets containing a racial slur are posted on Twitter every day.

Jan 29

Demos: Judge financial institutions on how they treat their customers

Consumer bodies should produce quality-based best buy tables for financial institutions, ranking their products on how well they work for customers, according to the think-tank Demos.

Jan 27

A tale of two classrooms: London results skew national picture as educational inequality on the rise

Government policies are failing to reduce educational inequality, with a major study finding the attainment gap between poorer and wealthier pupils increasing in half of local authorities.