'Rebel' museums face funding blacklist

Museums that break guidelines on selling their collections face severe funding cuts, it has been announced.

The move follows controversial sales of Chinese ceramics from the Museum of Croydon and an ancient Egyptian statue from Northampton Museum.

Now 10 bodies, including Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund, have said they will not work with museums who follow suit.

They called such sales "a breach of trust with the public".

Read more at the BBC.