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Jan 30

Underprivileged students fall further behind

The Daily Mail discusses the shortcomings of the coalition's Premium Pupil Policy in relation to Ian Wyrbon's research on the attainment gap in schools.

Jan 30

The Attainment Gap

The Guardian reporting on Ian Wyrbon's research on the attainment gap between rich and disadvantaged students in England.  

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. 

May 9

Bleak outlook for disabled as Coalition marks one year of office

Demos launches a new tracking study revealing the impact of cuts to benefits on disabled people.

May 6

Half of Londoners sceptical that Bin Laden is dead

Original polling by Demos reveals high levels of scepticism over Osama Bin Laden's death.

Apr 5

Demos welcomes social mobility strategy

Demos welcomes the Coalition's publication of a Social Mobility Strategy, but urges accelerated attention on in-work progression and early intervention.

Mar 11

Schools failing half of all young people

Demos report shows secondary schools across the country are failing to provide appropriate teaching for the 50 per cent of all young people who do not go on to higher education.

Mar 8

British workers amongst worst protected in OECD countries

Demos analysis of the latest figures shows that British workers are some of worst protected in the OECD.

Feb 24

NEET explosion in the next five years

Demos analysis shows that NEET levels will stay high, unless the Government takes radical action.

Jan 28

We'll be worst affected by spending cuts say young people

New Demos research shows 32 per cent of 16-24 year olds think that they would be worst affected by the spending cuts.

Jan 14

Setting rules is a class issue

New Demos report shows difficulty setting consistent rules and boundaries in low-income households has a detrimental effect on children’s development.  

Jan 14

Stress, guilt and exhaustion 'toxic mix' for middle class parents

New Demos report shows inflexible, stressful and emotionally demanding jobs can undermine parenting confidence and contribute to emotional withdrawal from children

Jan 14

Confident single parents more effective than couples in crisis

A new report by Demos shows that stable single-parented families provide a better home environment for children than rowing married couples finds.