UK security firm G4S is facing further embarrassment after it emerged that one of its guards had been charged with making a bomb threat.
Around 11,000 personnel will be performing security duties at the Olympic venues across London and beyond during peak times.
A report said that private security firm, G4S, staff hired to look into London Olympics security are cheating their way ‘through the tests’.
An additional 1,200 soldiers have been put on standby to guard the London Olympics, bringing the total number of military personnel involved in the games to 17,000, a media report said on Friday.
In a directive that has not gone down too well with his ministers, Cameron has banned them from using their cars and from using the special Olympics lanes dedicated to transporting athletes and officials.
These agents will arrive a week before the Olympics, and leave around a week after the end of the Paralympics.
Terror suspects have entered the UK without necessary security checks, according to security officials at Heathrow Airport.
A leading RAF officer has warned that pilots who break no-fly rules over London during the Olympics risk being shot down in a show of “lethal force”.
There have been reports that 1000 extra police officers will be drafted in to patrol Olympic venues.
An employee for private security firm G4S, contracted to provide security during Games, has warned that there is a 50-50 chance someone could carry a bomb into one of the Olympic venues.
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