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The <i>IoS</i> Draw for Britain art competition

The Independent on Sunday is launching 'Draw for Britain', an art competition to get everyone across the country sketching, painting or sculpting. There are three age groups for children: up to the age of 7, 8-11, and 12-16, and a category for adults. You can do whatever you want: a portrait or self-portrait, a still life, an abstract drawing, or, indeed, anything else. And you can choose any theme – maybe your family, your school, your favourite place or your best ever day. The IoS will draw up a shortlist for each category, and then Anthony Browne, the Children's Laureate, will select the winners. Each winner will receive a fantastic prize, worth up to £250. And we will publish your picture in the IoS. Please send your entries to: Draw for Britain, Colin Wilson, Art Director, The Independent on Sunday, 2 Derry Street, London W8 5HF.

Murray made me look average says Dent

Taylor Dent praised Andy Murray's renowned return of serve after being on the wrong end of a three-set drubbing by the world number two at the US Open.

James Lawton: Football keeps scoring own goals with its refusal to tune into replay debate

An inexpensive innovation could wipe out at a stroke the travesty that afflicted Palace

Solo Samaras conquers Moscow

Dinamo Moscow 0 Celtic 2 (Celtic win 2-1 on aggregate)

Celtic need historic win to progress in Europe

Tony Mowbray insists that his Celtic players are well aware of the importance of beating Dynamo Moscow in their Champions League third qualifying round match tonight.

Dom Joly: Let's bring snowballing in from cold

Weird World of Sport: It could be like javelin but ... with snowballs

Firm fined over Wembley stadium death

A construction firm was today fined £150,000 after a father-of-two was killed in an accident during the building of the new Wembley stadium.

Murray hits back at second round opponent

Andy Murray is "disappointed" over hints from his Wimbledon second-round opponent Ernests Gulbis that he bent the rules to his advantage in one of their previous matches.

Murray too strong for Kendrick

Andy Murray took his place in the second round of Wimbledon but only after a tense opening match against American Robert Kendrick.

Murray v Kendrick: Latest updates

Andy Murray got his Wimbledon challenge off to a solid start when he won the first set of his first-round match against Robert Kendrick on Centre Court.



Ice Hockey: Pittsburgh ready for a Red Wings rematch

The Pittsburgh Penguins are back in the Stanley Cup finals after beating the Carolina Hurricanes 4-1 to win the Eastern Conference title on Tuesday.

McManus thanks Strachan for 'superb' times

The Celtic captain Stephen McManus will always remember the great European nights under Gordon Strachan he admitted yesterday.

Murray advances in the French Open

Andy Murray survived a major mid-match slump to defeat Potito Starace in four sets in the second round of the French Open today.

Dom Joly: Forget Chelsea, Mac is abuse king

Weird World of Sport: rom now on, games should be played with no officials present. It would be hilarious
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Syria air strikes: ‘Peace President’ Obama had to take stronger action against Isis after beheadings

Robert Fisk on Syria air strikes

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Will Lindsay Lohan's West End debut be a turnaround moment for her career?

Lindsay Lohan's West End debut

Will this be a turnaround moment for her career?
'The Crocodile Under the Bed': Judith Kerr's follow-up to 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea'

The follow-up to 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea'

Judith Kerr on what inspired her latest animal intruder - 'The Crocodile Under the Bed' - which has taken 46 years to get into print
BBC Television Centre: A nostalgic wander through the sets, studios and ghosts of programmes past

BBC Television Centre

A nostalgic wander through the sets, studios and ghosts of programmes past
Secret politics of the weekly shop

The politics of the weekly shop

New app reveals political leanings of food companies
Beam me up, Scottie!

Beam me up, Scottie!

Celebrity Trekkies from Alex Salmond to Barack Obama
Beware Wet Paint: The ICA's latest ambitious exhibition

Beware Wet Paint

The ICA's latest ambitious exhibition
Pink Floyd have produced some of rock's greatest ever album covers

Pink Floyd have produced some of rock's greatest ever album covers

Can 'The Endless River' carry on the tradition?
Sanctuary for the suicidal

Sanctuary for the suicidal

One mother's story of how London charity Maytree helped her son with his depression
A roller-coaster tale from the 'voice of a generation'

Not That Kind of Girl:

A roller-coaster tale from 'voice of a generation' Lena Dunham
London is not bedlam or a cradle of vice. In fact it, as much as anywhere, deserves independence

London is not bedlam or a cradle of vice

In fact it, as much as anywhere, deserves independence
Vivienne Westwood 'didn’t want' relationship with Malcolm McLaren

Vivienne Westwood 'didn’t want' relationship with McLaren

Designer 'felt pressured' into going out with Sex Pistols manager
Jourdan Dunn: Model mother

Model mother

Jordan Dunn became one of the best-paid models in the world
Apple still coolest brand – despite U2 PR disaster

Apple still the coolest brand

Despite PR disaster of free U2 album
Scottish referendum: The Yes vote was the love that dared speak its name, but it was not to be

Despite the result, this is the end of the status quo

Boyd Tonkin on the fall-out from the Scottish referendum