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Harriet Harman: Olympic threat 'absolutely wrong'

Ministers have condemned suggestions from the leader of Britain's biggest union that workers should consider striking during the London Olympics.

Len McCluskey, of Unite, told the Guardian that civil disobedience could be timed to disrupt the 2012 Games.

Speaking to the BBC, Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman said that the idea of disrupting the Olympics was "just plain wrong", and would not attract support.

  • 29 Feb 2012
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