G4S expects to be paid 'in line with the contract'

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The head of security firm G4S, Nick Buckles, has told the Home Affairs Committee that they expect to be paid the full £235m contract for the Olympics, despite the fiasco over staffing.

When questioned by Conservative MP Michael Ellis about the outstanding amount, Nick Buckles told MPs that he expected Games organisers to pay "absolutely in line with the contract".

Locog paid G4S £90m up to 13 July, but nothing since the firm had said it could not deliver all the staff needed.

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