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The widow of Catalan architect Enric Miralles has defended the new Scottish Parliament against criticism of rising costs. In a TV interview last week Bernadetta Tagliabue said: 'In a way you can be proud of spending a lot of money on something that you will love.' She said she and her husband had been hurt by press and political criticisms of the building.

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