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Apr 23

Diverse, popular, and growing in importance: Voter Advice Applications and the 2015 General Election

Democratic Audit features our Verto app in its round-up of the key voter advice tools of the 2015 Election

Apr 22

How MPs are breaking their party lines on Twitter

Whether by silence or by outright contradiction, rebellious election candidates are using social networks to convince voters they aren't controlled by their parties, writes Carl Miller.

Apr 22

The dark side of the web

The Yorkshire Post interviews the Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media, Jamie Bartlett, on his encounters with the people behind the dark web.

Apr 22

Is London's stranglehold on power a big turn-off for young voters?

Head of Demos' Citizenship and Political Participation Programme, Jonathan Birdwell, in The Guardian on re-engaging youth in UK politics.

Apr 22

Can big data reveal the mood of the electorate?

Demos' Carl Miller quoted in BBC News on the pros and cons of social media sentiment analysis.

Apr 22

Mapping the Political Twittersphere

Newsnight explores the galaxy map of the UK's political Twittersphere created by Demos' Centre for the Analysis of Social Media

Apr 22

Suffering From Political Schizophrenia? Tech to the Rescue!

Demos' Verto app, produced in conjunction with Bite the Ballot, featured in the Huffington Post.

Apr 17

Here's a guide to using the new electech

Demos' Verto app featured as a digital resource for voters ahead of the Election

Apr 13

Patients must show passport to use NHS or pay £1,000s for care in 'heath tourism' crackdown

The Independent draws on our research on the unforseen consequences of restricting migrant access to healthcare.

Apr 9

Upcoming British Election May Determine Welfare State's Fate

Our Research Director, Duncan O'Leary, interviewed on NPR talking about the future of the UK's welfare state.

Aug 2

Local groups may lose trust of community

Community-based organisations can’t tackle social exclusion if they are ‘instruments of government policy’

Aug 2

SATs would be 'son of gold standard'

School assessment system is under pressure to turn students into exam scores for university admissions, says new think tank report.

Aug 2

Transit centres should help migrants rebuild lives

UK government migration proposals must be backed by support and loans for new arrivals to Europe, according to new report

Aug 2

UK library service in 'terminal decline'

New libraries agency should step in to create a national network of ‘hub’ services, says key government advisor

Aug 2

Manchester is favourite with 'new bohemians'

Ethnic diversity and gay people are key indicators of cities’ creative potential, according to new UK creativity index

Aug 2

Arts leaders meet to discuss value of culture

Our cultural assets will be damaged unless major arts institutions successfully argue for their intrinsic worth

Aug 2

Location-aware tracking could be new 'killer app'

...but users need to see the trade-off between privacy and delivery of location-based services, says new report

Aug 2

Schools need 'education epidemic' to change

Teachers should embrace the 'hacker ethic' and share thier knowledge of what works, says leading education reformer

Aug 2

Government faces ‘baby boom backlash’

Ageing baby boomer generation could become force for social progress or a lobby for their own interests, says think tank report

Aug 2

Internet users challenge mainstream politics

Online interaction could improve democratic participation, say leading American cyberculture writer and UK e-government minister