The Olympics

The London 2012 Olympics is Over Shame About the Closing Ceremony

David Lintott | Posted 13.10.2012 | UK Entertainment
David Lintott

As the 30th Olympiad of the Modern Era, or The Olympics, drew to a close on Sunday night, a nation wept. This may have had more to do with the paucity of talent on display and the omnipresence of Lord Coe than the fact that London 2012 had reached its conclusion, though.

The Olympics: Doing our Bit to Promote Seb Coe's Career

Olga Crosse | Posted 23.09.2012 | UK Sport
Olga Crosse

So what does the Olympics mean to me and my friends? In a word absolutely nothing, except extreme inconvenience, loss of income and a complete lack of interest in anything to do with promoting the insufferable Sebastian Coe's career on the world stage.

Lasting Legacy or Temporary Disruption - Either Way the Games are Coming

Grant Taylor | Posted 10.09.2012 | UK Tech
Grant Taylor

Whether you're looking forward to the spectacle, or dreading the disruption, organisations need to make sure they're ready if they're to ensure business continuity and IT security during London's Olympics and Paralympics games. And it's not just London gearing up to host the games as 34 venues throughout the UK will also be taking part. Are you ready?

Blonde Ambition: Boris Manoeuvres Himself For National Popularity

The Spectator | Posted 26.09.2011 | UK Politics

Boris Johnson is having a busy day, calling on George Osborne to cut taxes and leading an array of Olympic themed events. Is it all part of his re-ele...