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Artist Tracey Emin, famed for exhibiting her 'unmade bed' and a tent featuring names of 'Everyone I have ever slept with', has found a new muse. She is using her controversial creative genius in a nascent war against London's Crossrail project. Emin reportedly detests public transport, and Crossrail has got her goat even more than normal as it will be tunnelled underneath her home in the capital's east end. She is a member of the local residents' group, the Spitalfields Society, which ...

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