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Cameron: Security is biggest Olympic concern

07-27-2012 01:40 BJT Special Report:2012 London Olympic Games |

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On the eve of the opening of the London Olympics, British Prime Minister David Cameron has expressed confidence about safety and security for the Games.

David Cameron said, "Well obviously the biggest concern has always got to be a safe and secure games. That matters more than anything else. I think we’ve made as many preparations as we can, I think we have very good contingency plans in place."

A security force of more than 40-thousand military and civilian personnel, is being deployed to protect venues, athletes and millions of visitors. The government also called up thousands of extra troops after private security firm G4S said it could not provide the 10,000 guards promised. The prime minister has called it the largest security operation in Britain’s peacetime history.


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