Henry Moore sculpture controversy

A statue by Yorkshire artist Henry Moore is causing controversy. It is at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park near Wakefield, but is owned by Tower Hamlets Council. They want to sell but there is opposition fighting to keep it in Yorkshire.

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Council to sell " Old Flo" statue

A Council in London has voted to sell off a twenty million pound Henry Moore sculpture. Castleford-born Henry Moore sold the work to the old London County Council in the Sixties for £6,000. But now Tower Hamlets Council want to cash in on the Draped Seated Woman, which is nicknamed " Old Flo".

Calendar spoke to Tower Hamlets' Cabinet member for environment , Councillor Shahed Ali and Sharon Ament , Director of the Museum of London after last night's controversial decision

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