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London's 2012 Olympics 'are a real family games'

The organisers of the London Olympics say that babies going into venues will need to have their own ticket or they will not be allowed in.

The rule has infuriated some parents who may have bought tickets before their babies were even conceived.

The London 2012 organisers have said they will look again at the policy.

Tessa Jowell, the shadow Olympics minister told BBC Radio 4's The World at One, "wherever conceivably possible, little babies will go to the Games with their mums".

  • 25 Jan 2012
  • From the section UK
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