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(From Guardian Unlimited)
The trams crisis continues to dominate the news agenda and blogosphere in the city.
An opinion piece in the Scotsman asks whether this is the city's biggest folly since work stopped on the National Monument in 1829 . The paper asks why the work on Princes Street cost GBP8m alone, four times the predicted amount.
Blogger Suitably Despairing says that it's increasingly hard for tram-fans like himself to continue to support the project -- particularly due to the concern that the line down Leith Walk may not be built.
Independent MSP Margo MacDonald has told the BBC that it may be time to consider …