Demos research finds that Britain has become more sharply divided on ethnic lines, as the Sunday Times reports.
The Daily Mail advises readers to move to Reading, Abderdeen or Southampton if they want good quality of life, following research on Good Growth by Demos and PwC.
The Guardian highlights the 'Good Growth' index put together by Demos and PwC, which places Reading in first place.
The work done by Demos on best practice in residential care is covered by the Guardian.
CORC polling results are examined in the Telegraph.
The Mirror reports on the findings of polling commissioned by Demos for the Commission on Residential Care.
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.
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.
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.
People should be ‘nudged’ into planning for their long-term social care costs, argues a new Demos report released today.
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).
Demos reveals findings on young people's issues with debt.
A groundbreaking study by the think tank Demos has found that 10,000 tweets containing a racial slur are posted on Twitter every day.
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.
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.
As many as 4 in 5 ‘squeezed middle’ families in Britain are failing to save enough each month, despite being on incomes of over £30k a year.