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.
Demos welcomes the Coalition's publication of a Social Mobility Strategy, but urges accelerated attention on in-work progression and early intervention.
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.
Demos analysis of the latest figures shows that British workers are some of worst protected in the OECD.
Demos analysis shows that NEET levels will stay high, unless the Government takes radical action.
New Demos research shows 32 per cent of 16-24 year olds think that they would be worst affected by the spending cuts.
New Demos report shows difficulty setting consistent rules and boundaries in low-income households has a detrimental effect on children’s development.
New Demos report shows inflexible, stressful and emotionally demanding jobs can undermine parenting confidence and contribute to emotional withdrawal from children
A new report by Demos shows that stable single-parented families provide a better home environment for children than rowing married couples finds.
New Demos research claims the assessment for the new Personal Independence Payment will not accurately measure the costs of people living with disability.
Demos launched an independent inquiry into assisted dying with a speech by Lord Falconer.