International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge says he is ‘very happy’ with preparations for the London 2012 Olympics after his final inspection visit, that London had ‘raised the bar on how to deliver a lasting legacy, and set out a blueprint for future host cities to aspire to.’ Speaking at Downing Street, after a meeting with Mr Rogge, prime minister David Cameron said the Games would be secure, on budget and on time. “The London Olympics will be the greatest show on earth, and we look forward to welcoming you all.”. Read more here on Metro.
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