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Border tension

The Stirling Prize is nothing if not controversial. For the second time, a building which is not an riba-category winner has been included in the shortlist for the big prize: last time it was Sandy Wilson's British Library, this time Benson & Forsyth's Museum of Scotland. In both cases it would have been an absurdity not to include them; in the case of the latter, one architectural editor has described the building as 'the best built in Edinburgh since the First World War'. This does ...

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