Traders angry over 'deserted' Olympic food market

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It was billed as a thriving street market in east London serving up food for tens of thousands of Olympic visitors.

But today it stands derelict and deserted.

A group of traders in Leyton said they paid about £500,000 to set up shop in the shadow of the Games.

Now stallholders like Victoria Osuji and restaurant owner Sunil Tannar want to recover their loss.

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