LEGO have adjusted their guidelines to accommodate the artist and human rights activist's request.
The company had a policy of refusing to sell bricks if they believed they would be used to make political statements
On average Lego sets have increased 12 per cent in value every year since 2000
Lego and a French branding company have 'invented' some slippers
It is not yet clear which countries will be affected by the shortage
From Furbys to robotic puppies, there are lots of fun, innovative and educational toys in the shops this year. Kate Hilpern picks the ones the kids (and big kids) will love
New development kit for the credit-card sized computer aims to open up basic computer coding to younger students
The Middlesbrough teenager lost out in the sing off to Hannah Barrett
Charities and community groups call for boycott as promotional material compares facial scars to not having a soul
Yesterday saw the end of this year’s Comic-Con, during which geeks descend on San Diego to be whipped up into a frenzy about the release of new sci-fi and action movies. But which films does Trending back to cross over to mass non-geek appeal?
Chart-topping singer Ed Sheeran said he initially struggled to get a record deal because he was "ginger and chubby".
IBF super-middleweight champion will face Mikel Kessler on Saturday night, tasked with beating the man who handed Froch his first defeat
From Sebastiao Salgado to Scotland's newest castle hotel
Danish toy giant says production of ‘Jabba’s Palace’ building set was always slated to cease at the end of 2013
Chase McCain's adventure is akin to GTA for kids, as the knowingly clichéd action cop takes to the open world streets as he looks to throw his arch nemesis Rex Fury back behind bars.
Plus: Absurd person singular in Mohsin Hamid's new novel and "feel-good" isn't good enough for Parks and Recreation