New research claims ordinary Londoners were priced out of the 2012 London Olympics, and that affordable tickets for the most popular events were extremely limited.
But the Assembly Economic Committee report The Price of Gold did praise the Games for staging a "hugely successful" Games which were also a "fantastic spectacle."
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Passengers were forced to jump the ticket barriers to avoid being crushed by the crowd.
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