Jowell covered up true cost of Olympics, claims former ODA chief
The former chairman of the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has claimed that Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell knew as far back as last May that the bill for the 2012 London Olympics would be far higher than the £2.4 billion first predicted.
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