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This week, we report on the campaign to stop the closure of Ushaw College; Huw Twiston Davies talks to Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald, Apostolic Nuncio to Egypt, about the country’s embattled Christians; and Peter Newsham reports on how Copts are flourishing in a former karaoke pub in London. Magnus Macfarlane-Brown, chief executive of Mary’s Meals, writes about tackling the enormity of suffering in Haiti; and Will Heaven says The King’s Speech makes him want to wave his Union Jack like a maniac.