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Ellie Harrington of Duck Egg Designs

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Hollywood for trapped Chile miners

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Pope removes outspoken bishop

Pope Benedict XVI has sacked an outspoken Australian bishop who had called on the Church to consider ordaining women and married men.

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Walls of fame: Business is still booming for Victorian designer William Morris' company 150 years on

William Morris prints were very big in the 1970s. Households up and down the country were gripped by the trend for co-ordinating wallpapers and fabrics. It wasn't enough to have a swirling floral print on the walls, to get the complete look you needed to cover your curtains, chairs and bedspreads in it, too. At its peak the Morris & Co fabric "Golden Lily" was selling 5,000 metres a month in tasteful shades of brown and orange.

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