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.
A pioneering survey of Beppe Grillo’s populist Movimento 5 Stelle (M5S) reveals astonishing levels of distrust in politics, business and the media among its online supporters.
Demos analysis reveals an extra 120,000 elderly people a year will receive no relief on their social care costs if the government forego Dilnot recommendations and adopt a £75k cap
New report shows how prepaid cards could offer financial inclusion to Britain’s 2 million unbanked and nurture a generation of savers.
Local authorities should use faith groups to deliver public services to achieve value for money, greater ‘social value’ and wider community benefits, argues a new report by Demos.
The Government’s attempts to curb the UK’s hazardous drinking culture would be more effective if they focused on encouraging better parenting, particularly among parents misusing alcohol, say experts at the think tank Demos.
Child nutrition advice should be displayed on supermarket shelves and online parenting forums to make it more accessible to parents, according to a Demos report.
Think-tank Demos has launched a pioneering new model for measuring poverty that could transform local social service provision and help thousands of families escape poverty.
Entrepreneurs are optimistic and determined but defy stereotypes about their motives, characteristics and attitudes, finds new research from Demos.
A new report by the think-tank Demos reveals the full extent of the hardship experienced across Scotland, estimating that 24,000 families face severe disadvantage.
New polling released by the think tank Demos shows the majority of people believe the government should start controlling how welfare recipients spend their money.