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Security remains tight around London and now the British government is deploying 12100 more troops to protect Olympic venues.
Point three days with the opening ceremonies there will be more than 181000.
Military personnel on duty.
-- an incredibly busy weekend we don't want to leave and Athens -- And we just decided this was the right message tight because for the -- the most important thing is safe and secure games -- class and an increase in troops as a result of the private security company G4S.
Failing to provide enough guards.
Some servicemen just returned from Afghanistan and others had their leaves canceled it's better to have those troops on the grounds.
Whether -- we needed that can.
Swing into action immediately and I think it -- people great confidence to think that we've got off.
Soldiers and armed services that are on the ground outside the game venues efforts are being made to help people living and working in London as well as tourists.
Take the best option for moving through the city.
The giving up people walking -- I mean it doesn't always still wanna put CNN that the -- decent pay and today.
Some more information about politics and that would be -- -- for the past few -- of the game commuters are bracing for more than one million extra visitors in the city.
-- -- I think that they've done a few texts what I am.
-- some of the gates and some of the stations are very few days and that that's been pretty bad just with the -- his side I think on the golden -- that's going to be key.
Meanwhile -- London taxi drivers are protesting their exclusion from -- designated lanes.
For Olympic athletes and officials it's about -- in the public.
When we cannot serve the public unless -- get -- the Olympic ceremonies kick off this Friday the city is getting ready and London Greg Palkot Fox News.
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