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Dec 15

Frail and faltering

In the Economist, Claudia Wood discusses the problem in care home provisions. 

Dec 15

No more parachuting in

Ralph Scott talks to the Economist about his research on local MPs.

Dec 10

Show some spine, 4B: army called in to teach pupils grit

The Sunday Times covers Tristram Hunt's speech at the Demos Character conference. (£)

Dec 9

Former soldiers will be drafted into schools to help build pupils’ character

The Independent's education editor writes a report on Demos's character conference.

Dec 8

Schools 'must build British spirit', says Labour

BBC News trails Tristram Hunt's speech to Demos on teaching character to schools.

Dec 4

The Twitter verdict: was the Autumn Statement a success?

The Telegraph covers Carl Miller and Ipsos Mori working together in analysing social reaction to political events.

Oct 24

Is Ukip winning on Facebook and Twitter?

Carl Miller shares his views in the Guardian on whether UKIP is winning votes on Twitter and Facebook. 

Oct 23

If you’re disabled, it’s not just Lord Freud who holds you in contempt

The Guardian covers the findings by Demos on the impact of disability benefit cuts.

Oct 21

Health tourism clampdown 'puts public at risk,' claims think-tank

The Independent covers Demos' new report 'Do No Harm' which tackles the issue of migrants not seeking necessary healthcare for fear of deportation or fees.

Oct 21

Illegal Migrants 'Too Scared' To Get Treatment

Sky News reports on Demos's new research, highlighting the problem of migrants failing to seek treatment for illness over concerns of being reported to the authorities.

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

Aug 2

3G Mobiles promise better London living

The public sector could deliver better services and improve political participation using wireless technology

Aug 2

Low-carbon economy needs new regulatory approach

Ofgem should make ‘public value’ main goal rather than focusing on post-privatisation issues of price and efficiency, says new Demos report

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