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The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) disregarded initial cost estimates for the controversial Diana fountain, which has already run £2.2 million over budget.

The AJ has learned that the DCMS forced through cuts to keep the Hyde Park project on target to its original £3 million budget, despite warnings it would cost £5 million to build.

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