The Church needs to debunk the myth that God is an 'old white man in the sky', say campaigners
In a world dominated by money the tournament that 'anyone can win' has lost its magic
Critics hail Cooper's 'bold' performance as Broadway hit transfers to London... but it's a shame about the play
Council chief warns that arts cuts damage our culture, while some critics say that public money can stifle creativity
Female voters who value gender over policies have been criticised for 'setting back feminism a hundred years'
Middle East correspondents wonder why 'war criminal' became a peace envoy in the first place
Swashbuckling cricket played in front of genuine fans sets the tone for England's summer
Terry, Fabregas, Hazard and Costa shore up the team of the season, with De Gea the only player from north of Watford
Critics bemused as Carol loses out to French film, while festival's feminist statement is undermined by shoes
After a year in office, the 'hyperactive' Indian PM is struggling to cope with the 'tyranny of high expectations'
England recover from 30-4 as Lord's gets a much-needed glimpse of the future... shame about the jumpers
Letterman ends 33 years in late night TV with presidents, Scientology jokes and celebrity send-offs
The addition of slang and textspeak shows how language is evolving, but not everyone is impressed
Dutch manager eschews syntax but brings the house down with passionate end-of-season speech
Prince of Wales and Sinn Fein leader express regret for the past and talk of need to move forward
The parallels with Luis Suarez are obvious, but Liverpool may decide to deal with Sterling differently
David Cameron's former policy guru Steve Hilton argues that capping bankers pay would be a 'powerful incentive'
Three players each from Man Utd and Southampton and two from Man City make this week's XI
Legend departs Anfield for the final time, and leaves little hope for the future
Tale of a risky lesbian affair in 1950s America tipped for Cannes glory after rave reviews