Two new original sculptures by Gerry Judah are being installed
in the nave of St Paul's Cathedral on Palm Sunday, and will be on
display until the end of November. The white cruciform works, each
more than six metres high, are part of the cathedral's
commemoration of the First World War. The artist commented that
they "are intended to appeal to our feelings of pity and charity,
as well as filling us with hope for the future"