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A proposal by the British Olympic Association (BOA) for a London Olympic bid was presented to mayor Ken Livingstone as the AJ went to press. Simon Clegg and David Luckes presented initial findings on a bid for 2012. 'We will be looking at how all of London can be involved, irrespective of where the sites are, ' said a BOA spokesman. 'Even if there is not a sporting event in a given borough, there will be cultural events it could benefit from. An Olympic bid is not just about sporting structures, it is about the infrastructure supporting it.'

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