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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal)
FORMER transport minister Tavish Scott last night denied bungling the route for the Aberdeen bypass -- a claim opponents will use tomorrow to try to halt the GBP400million road.
Three judges at the Court of Session in Edinburgh will begin hearing the legal arguments in a case that will decide if the project goes ahead.
Last night, William Walton, the chairman of the RoadSense campaign, said he believed Mr Scott acted unlawfully in the way he selected the route in 2005, when an extra stretch was added at the eleventh hour.
But Mr Scott, the former leader of the …