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Mar 4

Rise of White-Collar Apprentices

Katie Allen on The Guardian echoes Demos's call for 300,000 more apprentices ('Up to the Job') in an article discussing new kinds of 'white-collar' apprenticeships. 

Feb 27

Lack of apprenticeships holding back UK economy

The Mirror reports on Jonathan Todd's recent research project 'Up to the Job', which looks at how raising apprenticehip levels could improve the quality of the UK's economic recovery.

Feb 26

A two-tier welfare system

Read an extract from Duncan O'Leary and David Goodhart's essay in which they argue that the benefits system should be reformed so that it re

Feb 20

Generation C

An article on The Independent discussed new Demos research on 'Generation C', or 'Generation Citizen' as it is known because of its passion for grass roots social activism and its strong c

Feb 19

Negative stereotyping of teenagers

The BBC looks at new Demos research on the youngest British generation alive and how unobjective media portrayals of it are jeopardizing its future.

Feb 11

'The Lost Generation'?

Citing recent Demos poll findings on youth indebtedness, Channel Four Jon Snow asks whether young Britons are part of a 'lost generation'. 

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.

Apr 5

Demos: Religious most likely to identify as on the left

People who identify with a faith – even if they are not actively practising – are more likely to volunteer, be politically engaged and be active citizens in their neighbourhoods, according to our new report. People who identify with a relig

Feb 2

Mentoring schemes benefit mentors as well as mentees

A new evaluation by Demos finds that mentors benefit significantly from taking part in mentoring schemes.

Jan 5

Expert panel proposes framework to underpin any future change in law on assisted dying for terminally ill people

The Commission on Assisted Dying publishes its findings and recommendations in its final report.

Dec 2

New report reveals how cuts and confusion push disabled people into poverty

The latest instalment of our Disability in Austerity study finds that disabled people are confused about the nature of the Government's welfare reforms.

Nov 20

Britons more proud of the National Trust than the Royal Family

Shakespeare and the National Trust top a poll on symbols that inspire a sense of pride in the British public, beating the pound, the Monarchy and the BBC.

Nov 7

Disillusionment with mainstream politics spurs online populist movements across Europe

A Demos report surveying the views of 10,000 online supporters of populist movements has found that the majority are male and under 30.

Oct 26

Demos calls for an end to the NEET measure

A new Demos report on young people and unemployment.

Sep 30

Conspiracy theories rife in classrooms

New research by Demos finds that pupils' 'digital fluency' is exceptionally poor, with many not being able to determine the reliability of sources online.

Sep 22

Demos statement on Finns party inaccurate coverage

Demos seeks to clarify inaccurate reports of 'unpublished study' by a British think tank, which allegedly links the Finns party to violence. 

Sep 19

David Goodhart joins Demos as Director

Demos is delighted to announce David Goodhart as its new director.