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The French-born installation artist has won the £25,000 award

Robert Hall, an english student at Goldsmiths University, is on a zero-pay contract at Planet Ivy

Writing is on the wall for the new slaves: Contributors who work for free for website magazines

Despite the latest upbeat job figures, a fifth of 16-24 year-olds remain out of education or work - and some firms are taking advantage

Hunt & Darton in Table Manners

Theatre review: Table Manners, The Basement, Brighton Festival

Table Manners is a triple bill inspired by that most genteel of gatherings: the dinner party. But this is no cosy, bring-a-bottle, one-pot-on-the-scrubbed-kitchen-table affair. Rather it is a “trip to the end of etiquette”, courtesy of three young groups of theatre-makers who see gathering friends for a bite to eat as the excuse for some very bad behaviour indeed.

Letters: Full signature list

This is the full list of signatures to accompany the 'Gove will bury pupils in rules..' Letters page for Wednesday 20 March 2013

Artist has record breaking chalk 'artwork' erased by policeman 50 yards from completion

When Liz Baldwin set out to break the record for the fastest drawing of an unbroken mile-long chalk line, the last thing she expected was to have a run in with the law.

Newton Faulkner playing his guitar back-stage at Glastonbury

Newton Faulkner busks for Centrepoint

Album chart-topper Newton Faulkner took his music to the streets as he busked to raise awareness of youth homelessness.

Science Museum to display legendary Oramics Machine

Fans of primitive electronica are licking their lips at the chance to view a unique instrument that has acquired near legendary status. The Oramics Machine was invented in the 1960s by Daphne Oram, the first director of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. It has been largely unseen for 20 years.

Class action: The new faces of student protest

Matthew Bell meets the new faces of student activism as they plan the next round of attacks on the Government's hike in tuition fees

James Blake, Plan B, London

He's living the electric dream

Donald Macintyre: Labour's leadership needs the stamp of a genuinely new era

Labour needs to occupy the Opposition benches with its taste for power intact, as it failed to do after Thatcher's victory in 1979

Blur, Goldsmiths College, London<br>The Noisettes, Koko, London

If Blur's comeback gig is anything to go by, Glastonbury is in for a storming finale tonight

Blur: 'There's no pressure on us now'

Words by Graham Coxon, Portraits by Pennie Smith

How We Met: Olivier Garbay & Sarah Lucas

'For a few years it was impossible for either of us to be with anybody else'

The green league table: How environmentally friendly is your university?

The green league table is making universities think again. Lucy Hodges on the saints and the sinners

Wimbledon Diary: Murray leaves football in the shade

The beast that is football typically devours all before it in the sportingworld. But the British public know what they like and quite frankly it's agritty Brit in SW19. You can read all about the BBC's fantastic viewing figuresfor Murray-Gasquet in the news pages – but the abbreviated version is that the tennis averaged 8.6m viewers and peaked at 10.4m, for a fourth round match, whereas the Beeb averaged only 10.6m for the Euro 2008 final. Not only that, but within Scotland, Murray got a whopping 50 per cent audience share. So sod any middle England curmudgeons, Andy, your real home support is backing you. Against such a backdrop it is ironic to have to report – exclusively of course – what Etienne de Villiers, the executive chairman of the ATP was doing on Monday night.

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