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Feb 11

Post-liberalism

Demos Director David Gooodhart sheds light on the growing divide between Westminster and the 'post-liberal' electorate and its significance for the growing appeal of populism.

Feb 11

Debt among British Youths

The Guardian covered Demos research on the real-life impact of debt in the UK in an article discussing poll findings that reveal how younger generations in Britain are the most burdened by rising levels of debt

Feb 7

Tube Strike Debate

Duncan O'Leary, Deputy Editor at Demos, argues against proposals to ban tube strikes. 

Feb 7

Racist slurs on Twitter

Racist slurs used in more than 10,000 tweets a day according to latest CASM research.

Jan 30

School Success

Ian Wybron's research on the growing attainment gap in English schools featured on the London Evening Standard.

Jan 30

Underprivileged students fall further behind

The Daily Mail discusses the shortcomings of the coalition's Premium Pupil Policy in relation to Ian Wyrbon's research on the attainment gap in schools.

Jan 30

The Attainment Gap

The Guardian reporting on Ian Wyrbon's research on the attainment gap between rich and disadvantaged students in England.  

Jan 22

Government should do more to support family networks

The Scotsman covers Demos report 'Ties That Bind' which suggests that government should do more to support informal support networks which

Jan 21

Scottish benefit claimants fined

Recent research has revealed that hundreds of benefit claimants in Scotland are being fined for breaching jobseeking agreements

Jan 21

Social Housing in Scotland

Duncan O'Leary in a radio interview with Good Morning Scotland explains why councils should prioritise social housing for those moving closer to home.

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

Aug 2

Schools need 'education epidemic' to change

Teachers should embrace the 'hacker ethic' and share thier knowledge of what works, says leading education reformer