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One of the architects at the centre of the controversy about the soaring costs on the Scottish Parliament has returned to work on the project. John Gibbons, former chief architect of the Scottish Executive, retired last April.

But it has now emerged that he was immediately reappointed as a consultant to provide 'professional and technical expertise' to the parliament, a fixed-term contract estimated to be worth £34,000.

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