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'No idea' about Olympic ticket sales

Members from all parties in the London Assembly have been trying to find out how many Olympic tickets have been sold and for how much by the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Locog).

Baroness Dee Doocey, Liberal Democrat peer and chair of the London Assembly's economy, culture and sport (ECS) committee, explains how they have "no idea" how the sales break down between expensive and affordable tickets.

Secrecy over Olympic ticket sales has stoked fears that popular events have been allocated a larger proportion of higher priced tickets, she said.

"If they have nothing to hide" then Locog should release details of Olympic ticket sales, she added.

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