A huge row's blown up over security for the London Olympics.
The government's had to step in and boost security guard numbers with 3,500 troops, and now a whistleblower's revealed the full extent of the disarray within the private firm contracted to do the job, G4S.
Fur's flying over the mess in parliament, with shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper saying the G4S recruitment process is a shambles, falling well short of its obligations.
"That's a breach of contract of around 25 percent, so why did it take until lock down to realise that this is what was going on."
And Sky's Robert Bowden says it's not just about security when you get to the venues.
"When you arrive at the airport the possibility of passport queues there, the big problem on the M4 being shut at the moment due to a crack on the flyover. The Prime Minister saying that he's going to get personally involved in making sure that that is sorted out in time," he says.
Mr Bowden says the government is clearly under pressure in the run-up to the games.
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