A campaign to change the name of a road in London's 'Little India'' has succeeded. While some members of the local Sikh population welcome it, others aren't so happy.
It might have many critics but the statue tribute to Mary Wollstonecraft succeeds in its abstract commemoration of the feminist. Public sculptures could learn from it
Is the statue a fitting tribute to the fierce feminist writer?
They were made by the same sculptor but sit in two very different places. Now one is set to be removed while the other goes unnoticed.