London Mayor Boris Johnson has defended the legacy of the London 2012 Olympics, arguing that the city has achieved more than any previous Olympic city in ensuring a "physical legacy".
Speaking to Daybreak, Mr Johnson said:
"The people who criticise the legacy are going to end up in the same position as the people who criticised the games.
Actually London has achieved more than any previous Olympic city in getting a physical legacy from the Games."
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