Humour, politeness and hope: The 10 commandments that teach you how to be a good atheist

Humour, politeness and hope: The 10 rules that teach you how to be a good atheistHope and sacrifice can lead to a happier life, says writer Alain de Botton Manifesto unveiled because evil had a 'peculiar kind of glamour' By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 05:37 GMT, 4 February 2013 | UPDATED: 01:20 GMT, 5 February 2013 Alain de Botton has unveiled a guide for the atheist From Catholicism to the Qur'an, the majority of religions have a code of rules for followers to practice. And now philosopher Alain de Botton has created a set of 10 new rules for atheists

Gotcha! Adorable never-before-seen photo shows President Obama caught in the web of Spiderman (as played by one of his staffer"s children)

Gotcha! Adorable never-before-seen photo shows President Obama caught in the web of Spider-Man (as played by one of his staffer's children) | UPDATED: 07:45 GMT, 20 December 2012 This is President Obama as we have never seen him before – caught unaware as he walks out of the Oval Office by none other than Spider-Man – or at least a very mini version of Spider-Man. The intimate photograph taken by White House photographer Pete Souza shows the President joking around with one of this staffer's children, who – dressed up as the super hero – pretends to shoot a spider web at Obama – who in turn reacts by pretending he is caught up in the imaginary trap. It is just one of the many behind-the-scenes pictures Mr Souza takes every year which show a more down-to-earth and touching side of the man who has just been named as TIME's Person of the Year for 2012