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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.

Jan 19

Ed Miliband: Consumer Champion?

Ralph Scott responds to plans set out by Ed Miliband for a shake-up of the way competition across the business world is regulated on Channel 4. 

Jan 18

Benefit claimants short-changed not overindulged

The Observer covers the latest Demos report, 'Ties that Bind', which recommends that ministers should seek to ensure that those on welfare receive their full entitlement.  

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Jan 17

New Deal for Veterans

This article in The Sun covers Demos' recommendation that Britain needs a GI Bill to ensure injured war veterans are never neglected. 

Jan 16

2014: Year of the Populist Party?

In this Spectator article Jamie Barlett explains why 2014 could be the year of the populist party

Jan 15

Competition in Banking

Jodie Ginsberg on Newsnight explaining why forcing banks to divest is not the way to improve competition. 

Jan 6

Older groups more deserving than unemployed

Demos research finds that the young favour pensioner benefits over those for the unemployed, as the New Stateman reports. 

Jan 4

Don't move, old people

This week's Economist covers Demos report the Top of the Ladder which highlights a chronic undersupply of appropriate housing for older people in the UK. 

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

Aug 2

Government faces ‘baby boom backlash’

Ageing baby boomer generation could become force for social progress or a lobby for their own interests, says think tank report

Aug 2

Internet users challenge mainstream politics

Online interaction could improve democratic participation, say leading American cyberculture writer and UK e-government minister

Aug 2

3G Mobiles promise better London living

The public sector could deliver better services and improve political participation using wireless technology

Aug 2

Low-carbon economy needs new regulatory approach

Ofgem should make ‘public value’ main goal rather than focusing on post-privatisation issues of price and efficiency, says new Demos report