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DEWAR BLAME DEEPENS

Donald Dewar, Scotland's late first minister, has again come under fire at the Holyrood inquiry.Opposition parties have accused him of 'misleading Scottish taxpayers'over the cost of Enric Miralles' scheme after it emerged that he failed to heed advice recommending that he increase the original project estimate from £40 million to £60 million.The latest cost estimate has now reached £401 million.

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