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The UK is hoping to succeed where others have failed, writes Vanessa Kortekaas
Getting such a high profile build right was a boost for the UK’s reputation, writes Vanessa Kortekaas
The legacy could be better co-ordination rather than new infrastructure that had been planned anyway, writes Mark Odell
The one structure with a question mark is the big one – the 80,000-seater Olympic stadium, writes Roger Blitz
William Hall asks whether charities and other organisations will benefit from rising numbers of people willing to lend a hand
A golden opportunity but final verdict is years away
Capital’s supporters say the time is right and the assets in place to attract more big championships, writes Rod Newing
There has to be a lasting impact from the Olympics to justify the host city’s huge outlay, says Roger Blitz
James Pickford finds the afterglow of a well-run games can provide its own subtle legacy for inward investment
Deprived areas around the Olympic park are due to be transformed but obstacles are formidable, writes James Pickford
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