G4S bosses were right to quit over the Olympics fiasco, London Mayor Boris Johnson told LBC radio on Friday.
The rank and file, the troops on the ground, did a wonderful job, but when you look at what happened in the management of those hordes of G4S employees who did a great job, I'm not going to try and persuade them to stay this morning."
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