olympics security

Defence secretary Philip Hammond has suggested the failure of security firm G4S to fulfil their contract to guard the London
Police checking security at Wembley Stadium for the Olympic Games have lost a set of keys. Officers searching the venue ahead
Members of the armed services drafted in to provide Olympic security in the wake of the G4S staffing fiasco are being forced
A government minister has indicated that the £57m management fee being claimed by Nick Buckles of the fiasco-prone Olympic
G4S faces continued pressure today over the Olympics security debacle, as share prices fell. Yesterday bosses at the private
With the likes of wars and GBH still on-going, the army and the police already have jobs that deserve their attention, so dragging them out of where they need to be is not the best solution to the problem. There are other ways of adding security at the games that have seemingly been overlooked.
The boss of G4S, the firm at the centre of the Olympics security fiasco, has admitted that not paying staff for training
The boss of G4S, the firm at the centre of the Olympics security fiasco, has admitted that not paying staff for training
The boss of G4S Nick Buckles is appearing before MPs on the Home Affairs committee to explain how his company failed to fulfill
With news that private security firm G4S will be unable to honour its full £284m contract to supply staff for the Olympic