Olympics bosses 'secretive' and 'unaccountable' claim

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Olympic bosses have been accused of being "obsessed with secrecy" over the sale of tickets for the 2012 games and running a closed "oligopoly".

Chairman of the Games, Lord Coe, told London Assembly members the process had been "entirely transparent".

But while some members came ready for a fight, Conservative Victoria Borwick showed her support by dressing in a Games volunteering outfit.

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