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Director of Demos

Posted on: Thursday, July 31, 2008

Between September 2008 and July 2010 I was Director of Demos, the London-based think-tank. During my directorship my main areas of interest were liberal politics; character and education; responsible capitalism; and reform of the workplace. To visit Demos and see the work I was engaged in go to demos.co.uk.




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A society purged of shame might sound good in theory. But it would be terrible in practice. We need a sense of shame to live well together. For those with liberal instincts, this is necessarily hard. But it is also necessary. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/16/opinion/a-case-for-shaming-teenage-pregnancy.html?ref=opinion
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The Ameriphilia of Brit politicos makes them seek lessons from the US election. In my latest blog for CentreForum, I argue that, sadly, there are none...bit.ly/Zd3Lkn
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