Asked whether G4S should have any Government contracts, the PMS said that there were strict rules that applied to Government contracts and procurements.
Asked which minister has the locus over the relationship between G4S and LOCOG, the PMS said that ultimately security for the Olympic Games was the responsibility of the Home Office.
Asked whether the Government would give Olympic tickets to the members of the armed forces being drafted in to resolve the G4S issue, the PMS said that the Home Secretary had already said something to that effect in her statement earlier.
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