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The CEO of the company that is security for the London Olympics has agreed the situation is nothing a "humiliating shambles". Chief executive Nick Buckles of G4S went on to say he his company ever accepted the $444 million Olympics contract. G4S was given to prepare for the Olympics. However, it was revealed to the British Government last week that there were only 4,200 security of the 10,200 promised “working on the ”. G4S said it would find another 3,000 people before the Olympics begin – the company has over a week. The British Army and police officers have had to in the very large gaps left by G4S, with the company to pay the costs.

British politicians are angry that G4S to keep its $90 million management . They described the company’s performance as “unacceptable, incompetent and ”. Buckles said G4S would “deliver a significant of staff," thus it would retain the fee. He added there had been “exclusive management on this contract for two years”. MP Keith Vaz said: "I that astonishing." Buckles added that he wouldn’t be resigning from his $1.3-million-a-year . The fiasco surrounding G4S security continued yesterday when only 30 out of 200 staff up for work at a cycling outside London. , the British government has said security at the Olympics will not be compromised.

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
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