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Apr 11

Educate employees on financial risk

The latest Demos report discusses how employers can help tackle financial insecurity in the workplace. 

Apr 7

Politics in the social media sphere

The India Economic Times interviewed Carl Miller on the topic of mainstream politics being replicated on social media platforms.

Apr 7

Bruce Springsteen and 'benign clustering'

Hugh Muir in the Guardian reports on our attitudes to ethnic clustering in public spaces.

Apr 7

Food not fags

The Daily Mail reports on Demos's recommedation that benefit claimants should be supplied with prepaid cards for essential purchases.

Apr 4

Bailiff powers cut

Jo Salter speaks to The Guardian about the emotional impact of debt following the Justice Minister's decision to reduce the powers of bailiffs.

Apr 3

Farage beats Clegg

Mirror article on 'Farage win' of yesterday's EU debate discussed CASM findings about the prominence of personality-related tweets about the two contestants.

Apr 3

The Mirror: Clegg-Farage Debate

The Mirror also used Demos analysis of thousands of tweets about the Clegg-Farage debate in their live coverage of the event. 

Apr 3

The Guardian: Clegg-Farage debate

Andrew Sparrow's Live Politics blog on yesterday's EU debate featured CASM twitter analysis.

Apr 2

Bedroom Tax

Claudia Wood on how the bedroom tax is causing people to fall into arrears.

Mar 27

£5bn black hole of hidden debt

Demos report 'The Borrowers' finds debts amounting to £200 per household, The Guardian reveals.

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

Aug 2

Libraries can develop ‘creative reading’

Their contribution to helping young people develop creativity has been missed in the current library debate, says new Demos report

Aug 1

We are living in a ’society of small print’

Professionals and companies are becoming ‘responsibility averse’ in an attempt to protect reputation, warns leading risk management expert

Aug 1

Independent lives ‘lead to loneliness’

Social isolation is increasing in our fragmenting society with more people at risk of loneliness in the future, according to new report

Aug 1

Baby boomers try to relive their youth

The post-war generation is using wealth and leisure time to ‘have their time again’ and to postpone ageing, according to new report

Aug 1

Public debate needs to move 'upstream'

The government must start a public debate about nanotech now to avoid another anti-science backlash, according to a new report.