Tessa Jowell defends Olympic 2012 stadium decision

The former Olympics minister Tessa Jowell tells BBC Radio 5 live's Shelagh Fogarty that the decision to halt the sale of the stadium to West Ham will end the uncertainly that had surrounded the future of the venue.

The board of the Olympic Park Legacy Company (OPLC) has ended negotiations amid concerns over delays caused by the legal dispute with Spurs.

Sports minister Hugh Robertson said the government is committed to securing a legacy from the Olympic Stadium, which it wants to see reopened in 2014.

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Shelagh Fogarty broadcasts weekdays 1200 to 1400 on Radio 5 live.