The cost of the inquiry into the Edinburgh trams fiasco has exceeded £3.7m, BBC Scotland has learned.

The probe is investigating what went wrong with the £776m project which went massively over-budget and was completed five years later than planned.

It was established in June 2014 by Alex Salmond, then first minister, who said it would be “swift and thorough”.

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