Demos Daily: The Commission on Residential Care

The social care crisis has been one of the greatest challenges of our generation. Successive Governments have come close to coming up…

Posted by Events on April 15th, 2020

Demos Daily: Tantrums and Tiaras

Once this is over, it’s not immediately obvious how we’ll look back on this time. There will be grief, certainly, for those…

Posted by Events on April 14th, 2020

Demos Daily: The other invisible hand

Yesterday the Government announced a £750m package to support charities stay afloat during the coronavirus crisis – a move which has been welcomed as…

Posted by Events on April 9th, 2020

Demos Daily: Family Learning

For many parents up and down the country, this is the first time…

Posted by Events on April 8th, 2020

Demos Daily: The Adaptive State

Our public services are under more strain than ever before. Our beloved NHS is working to the brink to tackle the coronavirus…

Posted by Events on April 7th, 2020

Demos Daily: The Borrowers

The Government’s financial response to the current crisis is unprecedented.  Yet while many livelihoods have been protected in the short term, the…

Posted by Events on April 6th, 2020

Demos Daily: Warring Songs

As online conversations become the norm, it’s crucial to be aware of how false information can spread through online spaces, whether through…

Posted by Events on April 2nd, 2020

Demos Daily: On Power

It seems odd to say that our lives have moved online as a result of lockdown – for all intents…

Posted by Events on April 3rd, 2020

Demos Daily: Dream On

It’s official: we’re losing sleep.

This isn’t at all surprising.  National anxiety levels are through the roof, as each day brings new,…

Posted by Events on April 1st, 2020

Demos Daily: Received Wisdom

British politics has always had a complicated relationship with experts.  Different governments have defined and redefined expert roles in their administrations, with…

Posted by Events on March 31st, 2020

Demos Daily: 10 Today

In times like these, we all want to make a difference.  And it’s amazing when we can.  By partnering with the BBC,…

Posted by Events on March 30th, 2020

Demos Daily: Giving marriage back to the people

Rituals form the threads of our society: they order and punctuate our…

Posted by Events on March 27th, 2020

Demos Daily: Generation Citizen

There’s no doubt this is a frightening time for the country and the world, and many of us find our minds getting clogged…

Posted by Events on March 26th, 2020

Demos Daily: The end of the office

With thousands of offices across the country still and silent, workers across the nation are getting used to a new homeworking normal….

Posted by Events on March 25th, 2020

Demos under lockdown

Squashed in the box room, trying to ignore the shouts of children outside. Huddled over a makeshift workstation in the…

Posted by Events on March 24th, 2020

Online Harms and a thriving democracy

On 12th February, the Government issued their initial response to the consultation on the Online Harms White Paper which examined how to…

Posted by Events on March 16th, 2020

Our priorities for the Budget

As the Government prepares for its first Budget this week, senior researcher Ben Glover sets out our priorities for the…

Posted by Events on March 10th, 2020

International Women’s Day 2020: women in public life deserve better

On International Women’s Day, we have a lot to celebrate regarding the participation of women in public life. At home,…

Posted by Events on March 8th, 2020

EU migration is falling, public attitudes are changing and the government isn’t listening

Migrants are not forever

Migration statistics out last week show a continuing downward trend in net migration from the EU. The government…

Posted by Events on March 4th, 2020

How the internet could transform the labour market for the better

Online learning has become so much a part of everyday life we barely know we’re doing it. But taking something…

Posted by Events on February 26th, 2020