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Jul 6

A divided Iraq and a fractured storyline

Jamie Bartlett on Al Jazeera talks to the listening post about the propaganda war and competing media narratives in Iraq.

Jul 1

Crisis in construction apprenticeships to be investigates

The Telegraph reports on Demos's commission into launching an investigation on the quality of apprenticeship in the construction industry.

Jul 1

Let doctors use drugs to help terminally ill patients die, says health expert

In The Telegraph, Claudia Wood discusses the call for a change in the law so that doctors caring for people who are dying can end thier suffering.

Jun 22

Increase in number of mothers working on self-employed or freelance terms

The Guardian reports on new Demos research that parents are increasingly choosing money and flexibility over the security of traditional jobs. 

Jun 17

Learning gap widest between rich and poor white girls

Ally Paget comments in The Times about 'learning gap widest between rich and poor white girls'.

Jun 17

Is this Generation right?

BBC News cites Demos 's Generation Strains report that people are widely presumed to get more right-wing as they get older.

Jun 16

Payments need a lighter touch

Demos Finance warns, competition and innovation in bank payments risks being undermined if the system's new regulator is too heavy handed in City AM. 

Jun 8

GPs 'must offer more cervical cancer tests'

Sunday Times covers Demos 's report calling for GPs to offer more cervical cancer tests.

Jun 8

GPs should 'offer on the-spot smear tests'

Jo Salter talks to Sky News about Demos's new report on cervical cancer. 

May 20

Why there is a need for volunteering qualifications

Demos' Ian Wybron, writing in the Guardian, suggests that charitable organisations and employers need to work together on accreditation schemes that recognise the skills employees gain by volunteering

Oct 1

Majority support government control of how people spend benefit payments

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.

Sep 21
Jul 12

Private sector must step in to tackle crisis in loneliness among older people

Ageing Sociably argues that businesses must do its bit to tackle the crisis in loneliness among older people.

Jun 26

Housing providers should bid for reablement contracts

Clinical commissioners should look again both at how reablement services are delivered – and who delivers them – as they take responsibility for these schemes from local authorities, says a new report by Demos.

May 27

Demos: Social housing should provide universal preventative support

Early warning systems would save government and housing providers money.

Apr 23

Demos publishes ‘blueprint’ for social media intelligence monitoring

The ethical principles upon which the British security authorities should be allowed to monitor social media are laid out in a report published today by the think tank Demos.

Apr 17

London think-tank scores progress on the Olympics 7 out of 10

With 100 days until the Olympics the Centre for London scores the organisers on progress so far.

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.