16 August 2012

Olympics legacy must be a long-term benefit

Ruth Mortimer

The Olympics hangover is here. The sense of optimism that the London 2012 Games spread across not only the UK but the world has dissipated and we have come thumping back to reality. Rather than headlines about gold medal winners, we are back to dismal predictions about the Greek economy and future of the euro. Sigh.

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