The Anonymous Million Mask March in London was buoyed by the presence of Russell Brand, who donned a mask and joined protesters.
Russell Brand has been described as a "t**t by a Tory MP after the comedian admitted he had never voted during an appearance on Newsnight.
Prickly quips from presenters take centre stage at the GQ awards, as Brydon, Brand and Gallagher steal the show with their icy remarks.
The father of Amy Winehouse will launch a major new drug and alcohol education programme today.
Mitch Winehouse will demand changes to the way children are taught about drugs and alcohol in school.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation Resilience Programme will be rolled out to 50 secondary schools across the UK.
Singer Amy Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning in July 2011.
The comedian and former drug addict Russell Brand has admitted that he is still tempted to take heroin.
The 37-year-old was speaking ahead of his show, Give It Up for Comic Relief, being held tomorrow at Wembley to raise awareness of drug and alcohol addiction.
Speaking about drug use, he told Channel 5 News: "It's a natural state for me to be on drugs. When I'm not taking drugs, you know it's a little bit edgy for me.
"Recently I had an experience that was a little bit stressful, a week or two ago, and I thought 'Ah God, it wouldn't half be nice to have some heroin and just relax', but then I realised it would come at a terrible social consequence."
This image of Russell Brand was released by police in New Orleans after the incident which saw a photographer's phone thrown through a window.
At the time of the phone-throwing incident, Russell Brand attempted to explain his actions on Twitter. Here's his tweet from March 14:
Since Steve Jobs died I cannot bear to see anyone use an iphone irreverently, what I did was a tribute to his memory.
– Christopher Bowman, Assistant District Attorney speaking to Holllyscoop
I can confirm this bill of information. This is a misdemeanor 1 count of criminal damage to property that was filed against Mr. Brand. This has gone to the municipal court and they will set a date for arraignment.
Comedian Russell Brand has been charged for throwing a photographer's phone through a window. The incident happened in New Orleans earlier this year while Brand was making a new film. If convicted, he could face six months in jail, or 10 hours of community service.
The Dalai Lama will be joined on stage today by comedian Russell Brand as part of the Tibetan leader's UK tour.
Brand will act as master of ceremonies at Manchester Arena when the Dalai Lama addresses thousands of young people, giving a talk entitled Century of Dialogue - Stand up and Be the Change.
His latest tour of Britain aims to spread the 76-year-old Buddhist's teachings of peace and understanding to youngsters.
The 1989 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate will present a Youth Compassion Award to a young person as part of this afternoon's event where tickets for under-25s are free.
Russell Brand isn't keeping mum about his new film. In fact, he's bringing his mum along with him while promoting it.
At a press junket the actor brought his mother, Barbara Brand, to vouch for his new movie "Rock of Ages", which hits cinemas on 13th June.