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A general view of buildings in Ebrington Square, the venue of the 2013 Turner Prize, Derry

So long city of culture: Derry Turner Prize art gallery to be turned into office block

A campaign has been launched by senior figures to keep the gallery alive

Turner Prize winner Laure Prouvost (centre), and nominees Lynette Yiadom-Boake and David Shrigley in Londonderry

Congratulations to Laure Prouvost, but does the Turner Prize need to reconsider its objectives?

There is an argument that it could become a prize for painting

The Leader of the Commons, Andrew Lansley, and his Liberal Democrat deputy, Tom Brake, have proposed that in future years no more than three amendments to the Queen’s Speech will be allowed

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It’s the blue-on-blue attacks that really upset David Cameron, when Tory MPs launch a raid against their own government.

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

Turner Prize 2013: Laure Prouvost named as surprise winner

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

The Dundee Contemporary Arts gallery

Dundee, Hull, Leicester and Swansea all in the running to be named UK City of Culture

The location of the UK's next City of Culture will be announced tomorrow with Dundee, Hull, Leicester and Swansea Bay all in the running.

Damien Hirst thought he had lost his £20,000 winnings from the Turner Prize when he couldn’t find the cheque on him the following morning – but it turned out he had put the whole lot behind the bar at a London members’ club

The £20,000 drinks were on Hirst – not that he remembered having forgotten where he left his Turner Prize winnings

Damien Hirst thought he had lost his £20,000 winnings from the Turner Prize when he couldn’t find the cheque on him the following morning – but it turned out he had put the whole lot behind the bar at a London members’ club, he revealed on Sunday.

Artwork from the Brain Activity by David Shrigley at Hayward Gallery

Michael Glover: Let’s hope the Turner Prize judges can stop giggling

Shall we agree to agree that art’s pretty lightweight when all’s said and done? That it’s jokey fluff and flummery for the most part? Life’s certainly a fun house over at the Turner Prize this year.

In The Studio: Gerard Hemsworth, artist

'When I put Mark Wallinger and Bob & Roberta Smith on a pair of elephants'

Lost in space: Mark Wallinger’s labyrinths for Tube stations at Oxford Circus

Mark Wallinger, Labyrinth, London Underground Tube Stations, London

“You learn to know where people want to go even if they don’t know themselves,” one tube employee at Bank station told me, as I wandered around the labyrinth of tunnels, escalators, and platforms in search of Mark Wallinger’s own Labyrinth – artwork number 142 out of 270.

Tube gets 270 labyrinthine artworks (one for each stop) from artist Mark Wallinger

Anyone who remembers their first visit to London will know that the Tube can be something of a maze to the uninitiated.

FSA chief calls for central banks to finance government deficits

Central banks should be prepared to break the ultimate monetary taboo and directly finance government's deficits, the chairman of the Financial Services Authority, Lord Turner, suggested in a speech last night.

Editorial: A Turner Prize to confound the sceptics

What a shame it is that the Turner Prize was not, in the end, awarded to the man who paints with excrement or the woman who lives in a nudist colony and changed her name to Spartacus so as to "remind people they have a choice in life". Instead, the winner of the prestigious modern art prize was Elizabeth Price, whose trilogy of video installations draws from film and photographic archives and historic artefacts to generate fantasy episodes.

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