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GOLDEN RULE

ASTRAGAL

An interesting note from the London mayor's office about the Olympic Games. The administration has felt the need to quash certain rumours including the notion that only official sponsors can use words such as 'games' and 'gold', that using these words will attract fines of £20,000, and that people won't be able to use expressions such as 'Come to London in 2012'. But the Bill specifies that the use of the words 'games' and 'gold' by unauthorised parties, could be deemed inappropriate. Henry Kelly will be the first to suffer.

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