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The acclaimed artist said he told London Mayor Boris Johnson to solve the city's housing crisis

In other news ... Jon Snow performed at last year's Newsroom's Got Talent charity event

Jon Snow on sex: ‘It comes into every evaluation of a woman'

The veteran Channel 4 host let readers in on the inner workings of his mind – and it’s not as laundered as one might have thought

Food for thought: Jack Thorne, playwright and screenwriter

The playwright/screenwriter’s stage adaptation of Let the Right One In is at the Royal Court, London, until 21 December. His film adaptation of Nick Hornby’s novel A Long Way Down is out in March.

Material world: sales staff Jools and Trudy featured in 'Liberty of London'

Liberty of London, Channel 4: TV review

Don't try and pull the wool over our eyes – this documentary was taking a liberty

The Magazine: Restaurant review - it's an instant London landmark. What it isn't, quite yet, is a restaurant

Serpentine Sackler Gallery, Kensington Gardens London W2 (020-7298 7552)

Grayson Perry’s Reith Lectures sought to make art the public's responsibility – it’s a liberating prospect

The previous Turner Prize winner has opened up a seemingly exclusive party to all

Dan Baldwin, Sacrilegium

Artist Dan Baldwin on the enduring kitsch quality of Catholic iconography

The secular painter and ceramicist explains why he is still drawn to Catholicism, and why his work is different to Grayson Perry

Mexican wave: Mantic by Josef Albers

Visual art review: Mexico: A Revolution in Art, 1910-1914 - so where is the writing on the wall?

An exhibition of work from post-revolutionary Mexico is structurally unsound: it lacks murals, the people’s medium

The Bafta television award winners in full

The full list of winners for the 2013 for the Arqiva British Academy Television awards is below:

DVD & Blu-ray review: Alex Cross (15)

Rob Cohen DVD/Blu-ray (101mins)

Billy Childish has used thick paint to capture his mother in his latest portrait

Mum's the word for a hundred artists

Billy Childish, who was closely associated with the Young British Artists, but always asserted his independence, has used thick paint to capture his mother in his latest portrait (pictured). He is not alone in using his mum as inspiration for his work – there is a long tradition of artists, including Lucian Freud and David Hockney, painting or photographing their mums.

Unhappy 18th birthday: The teenage refugees who fear they'll be sent 'home'

Audio library highlights plight of youngsters who fled war zones when they reach adulthood in UK

Grayson Perry plans to build his house on a site in picturesque Wrabness

Grayson Perry's vision for Essex

'Gingerbread house' has ruffled feathers. By Charlie Cooper

Grayson Perry plans to build his house on a site in picturesque Wrabness

Grayson Perry has a vision for Essex... but the village of Wrabness doesn't like it

The Turner Prize-winner's latest work is a holiday cottage on the coast - complete with statue on the roof

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Academic claims King Arthur was real - and reveals where he lived

Dr Andrew Breeze says the legendary figure did exist – but was a general, not a king
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