LOCOG chief executive Paul Deighton
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Locog: G4S 'haven't been paid for Olympics since July'

Locog chief Paul Deighton says G4S has not been paid since the firm revealed it could not deliver all the staff needed for Olympic security.

Mr Deighton told MPs the firm had received £90m up to 13 July, but nothing since.

The head of the security firm, Nick Buckles, has said he expects the firm to be paid the full £235m contract, despite the fiasco over staffing.

Speaking at a Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, Mr Deighton said the remaining amount was "up for negotiation".