More than £40m of taxpayers money was wasted on London's failed Garden Bridge, according to new figures.
A new audit of the scrapped river crossing reveals a final bill of of £53.5m, including more than £10m from sponsors and donors.
The tree-lined footbridge linking Temple with the South Bank was inspired by Absolutely Fabulous actress Joanna Lumley.
Former London mayor Boris Johnson promised to part fund the project with a £30m grant from City Hall. The government offered a further £30m contribution.
The scheme was scrapped in August 2017 after Johnson's successor, Sadiq Khan, withdrew support.
Transport for London figures show almost £43m of public money was lost - including £24m from TfL's coffers.