Fourth plinth's first statue has a new home

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Fourth plinth's first statue has a new home

The first statue to stand on Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth has been given a new home in the capital. Mark Wallinger's life-size sculpture of Jesus Christ - Ecce Homo has been installed at the gates of St Paul's cathedral by Amnesty international. The charity says it wants to use the Easter holiday to highlight the plight of political and religious prisoners around the world.

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