Banksy's sculpture
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A look at Banksy's latest work in Liverpool

Street artist Banksy has installed a vandalised sculpture of a priest in a gallery in Liverpool.

Cardinal Sin is a bust with its face sawn off and replaced by blank tiles, designed as a response to the child abuse scandal in the Catholic church.

In a statement, Banksy said: "I'm never sure who deserves to be put on a pedestal or crushed under one."

Reyahn King, director of the Walker Gallery, tells the BBC's Colin Paterson why Banksy's latest work has ended up in Liverpool.

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