London 2012 could face budget cuts

The Olympic Games in London 2012 will not be projected from budget cuts says new culture secretary Jeremy Hunt

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Mini-Wind farm a joke

Gareth Bacon, Environment Spokesman for the London Assembly Conservative Group, has hit out at “tokenistic” proposals

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Olympic legacy plan for disabled people

The first ever Olympic and Paralympic legacy plan to bring about lasting changes to the life experiences of disabled people

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Olympic boost for disabled rail passengers

Sports fans with limited mobility will find it easier to travel to 2012 Olympic Games events thanks to  plans to improve access

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London 2012 Olympics – big build still on track

The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games remain on time and within budget, data published  by the Government

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New legacy promise puts disabled people at the heart of London 2012

  
The London 2012 Paralympic Games are a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to challenge perceptions of disability

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Government’s Olympic Security Strategy Launched

A shared strategy for ensuring a safe and secure Olympic Games is now published by the Home Secretary Alan Johnson

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Nearly three years to go and London 2012 remains on time and on budget

The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games remain on time and on budget, new data now published by the Government and Olympic Delivery Authority shows

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London 2012 athletes transport solution reaches next stage

The roads that will form the Olympic Route Network (ORN) have been designated by the Department for Transport today following a 14 week public consultation

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Annual Review announced on sustainability performance for London 2012 Games

The Commission for a Sustainable London 2012, the watchdog overseeing the sustainability performance of the London 2012 games, has announced its annual review

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