Where are you now and what can you see?
Home Secretary Theresa May comes second in first table to assess Britain's most powerful females
They have been described by his most irascible critics as "junk food", created by anonymous helpers and easy to reproduce. Yesterday, a bunch of primary school children had their own go at making Damien Hirst artworks.
Liam O'Brien joins the artist at a workshop for the Kids Company charity in London
The disorder of recent days has provoked a torrent of pontificating from the nation's opinion formers. Here is a sample from across the political spectrum
A column in yesterday's Independent has caused widespread debate about the reasons behind the violence which has swept the country.
Mobile technology has transformed journalism – and besides enabling phone hacking, it has also erased the status of that once-prized possession, the contacts book
Two leading backers of David Cameron's flagship idea have lost faith in it. We are seeing the recontamination of the Tory brand
Magazine editors select figures 'inspirational' to their female readers
Adoption is a tricky business, as Michael Bywater knows only too well – and the signing of the papers is no guarantee of a happy ending
Who needs Cancun when you've got Cornwall on your doorstep? That's David Cameron's new motto. But will a British holiday put a smile on your face? Not according to these cautionary tales
When "Mr Mason" was 14, he and his drug addict mother burgled a house and stabbed the owner's dog to death.
'Having bongoed for two hours, I said to her that there must be an easier way to help'
The inspirational world of Camila Batmanghelidjh. Each Christmas, she looks after hundreds of abused, neglected or abandoned children. But that's all in a day's work for Britain's most colourful charity leader.
Want to persuade a stroppy adolescent to talk nicely, do their homework and get up in the mornings? Try calling Sarah Newton, police-officer-turned-life-coach
Another teenager dies on Britain's streets. What can we do to stop the killing? One remarkable woman may have the answer