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Home Affairs Committee

Home Secretary Theresa May gave evidence to the Home Affairs Committee on 6 September 2012 as part of an inquiry into Olympics security.

The inquiry was launched following the revelation in July that the private security firm G4S might not have been able to provide enough fully trained staff to cover the London Games.

Thousands of troops were drafted in to cover the shortfall, although the games passed without any major security incident.

Evidence will also be taken from the outgoing top civil servant at the Home Office, Dame Helen Ghosh.

Home affairs committee membership

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