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Aurelia Young talks about her father, the sculptor Oscar Nemon, whose famous statue of Winston Churchill stands in Members Lobby in the House of Commons
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Dr Jonathan Black examines the sculptor Ivor Roberts-Jones and his significant works in and around the Palace of Westminster
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