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SBD Global/July 19, 2012/Olympics
Security Firm G4S Could Suffer Up to $78M In Penalty Clauses From U.K. Government
Published July 19, 2012
A SALUTE: The London TELEGRAPH reported that PM David Cameron during a visit to Afghanistan "saluted the military for 'stepping up to the plate' by filling the gap left by the shamed security firm." Cameron: "Let's be clear, if G4S don't fulfill their contract we will go after them for the money to make sure that they help pay for the military personnel that have been brought in" (TELEGRAPH, 7/18).