Campaigners are mounting a last ditch effort to stop a £20 million Henry Moore sculpture from being sold abroad.It's on display at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park but it's owned by Tower Hamlets Council in London. Councillors there will decide next week whether to auction the work.
Wakefield MP Mary Creagh fears the work may be sold abroad and disappear from public view.
A sculpture sold at cut-price to Tower Hamlets Council by the Castleford artist Henry Moore is to be sold - despite widespread opposition.
A campaign has been launched to keep a valuable Henry Moore statue in Yorkshire. It belongs to a council in London who want to sell it.