Browse our archive of articles, media coverage and press releases. For press enquiries click here. Download a list of Demos experts for broadcast here .

Jul 29

Why drugs are no longer cool: teenagers are internet addicts while their parents snort cocaine

Jonathan Birdwell speaks to The Telegraph on today's teenagers being so busy with their extra-curricular activities, there's hardly time for drugs. 

Jul 25

Be tough on the causes of benefits

In The Guardian, Claudia Wood comments on reducing the benefit bill, arguing that the government needs to address causational factors such as high rents and low wages rather than just restricting eligibility.

Jul 22

Extract of The Dark Net

An exclusive extract of Jamie Bartlett's forthcoming book is the cover story of The Sunday Times news review (£).

Jul 22

Putting more women in 'male' apprenticeships could bridge the gender pay gap

The Independent on Sunday covers new Demos analysis showing a gender pay gap in apprenticeships

Jul 17

Only one in five white Britons votes for Labour

Evening Standard runs Trevor Phillips' analysis for Demos Quarterly on ethnic minority voters in London.

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'.

Aug 2

Newcastle-Gateshead seeing new ‘brain gain’

People leaving London for north-east as Tyneside companies tempt recruits with better quality of life, according to new regeneration report

Aug 2

Localism alone won’t reform public services

Public sector must be adaptable enough to meet individual needs of users, rather than simply offering a choice of service providers.

Aug 2

Sweden beats US as most ‘creative’ nation

Restrictions on biotechnology research and ‘unwelcoming’ immigration policies are reducing U.S. competitiveness

Aug 2

Digital TV will ‘undermine licence fee’

Government should address long-term future for publicly funded television during current BBC charter review, says senior advisor

Aug 2

British public fears new US space race

Poll shows strong support for UK science projects such as Beagle but people are concerned about Bush’s military space strategy

Aug 2

Personalisation will transform public sector

Government’s promise of personalised services will increase public expectations and create wave of demand-led reform, says new Demos report.

Aug 2

Professional women take on old boy’s network

Networked feminists ‘have it all’ through personal careers and collective action to tackle workplace inequality, says new report

Aug 2

New partnerships needed to fight disablism

Legislation alone will not stamp out discrimination unless public attitudes towards disabled people also change, says new report

Aug 2

Children should be ‘entitled to school trips’

Regular ‘school safaris’ would help children overcome fears about local environment and connect them to wider ‘green’ issues, says new report

Aug 2

Better design can challenge ‘disablism’

Our world of fiddly buttons and user-unfriendly gadgets is discriminating against disabled people, says new Demos report