Lemley left ODA 'due to fear of spiralling Olympic costs'
Jack Lemley has dealt his former employers, the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA), an embarrassing blow by revealing his resignation was because he feared in-fighting among politicians would send construction costs on the 2012 Games spiralling out of control.
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