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Gateshead Council's £1 million bronze model

Antiques Roadshow has estimated that 6ft tall maquette by Antony Gormley of his Angel of the North is worth £1million. It's understood to be owned by Gatehead Council and has been gathering dust in Council offices for the last 13 years. Wouldn't it make sense for the Council to sell it and pay off some debt? Also while they are about it, why do they need to own £9million worth of shares in Newcastle Airport?


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