This article in The Sun covers Demos' recommendation that Britain needs a GI Bill to ensure injured war veterans are never neglected.
Demos research finds that the young favour pensioner benefits over those for the unemployed, as the New Stateman reports.
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.
The financial impact of cancer costs families the same as an average mortgage, according to a report out by Demos today.
Charity shops act as a life support on Britain’s high streets, providing a number of benefits for local businesses, residents and communities, according to a new Demos report.
The latest analysis from the joint Demos-Birkbeck project reveals a rise in 'comfort-zone segregation'.
People who buy alcohol on behalf of underage drinkers should face community service, social shaming or be banned from shops, according to a new Demos report.
Polling by the think-tank Demos reveals the negative perceptions damaging the image of Britain’s care homes, with as few as 1 in 4 people considering moving there in their old age.
Demos produces the first ever index to measure democracy specific to the EU.
Building more retirement properties would free up more than 3 million homes, offering a lifeline to families desperate to move up the housing ladder, finds a new Demos report.
Young people are three times as likely to support spending on pensions rather than unemployment benefits, according to a significant new report by Demos and Ipsos MORI.
Claims that businesses are being starved by a lack of bank lending have been challenged by a new report that shows almost half of SMEs are non-borrowers, while most who do seek credit are approved.