Fess up! Who put Saint Clement in the bin?

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Fess up! Who put Saint Clement in the bin?

A fragment of bone, said to be a relic of St Clement, a pope who was killed almost 2,000 years ago, has been found by a rubbish collection firm in the capital.

The small leather case, sealed with red wax, was discovered after the firm had made several stop-offs, so its not clear exactly where it came from.

Enviro waste is now asking Londoners where the relic should go next.

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