Two reviews into security at Parliament will take place following the terror attack at Westminster, Speaker John Bercow has told MPs.
Jobs Boost For 2012
Jobseekers interested in working at the Olympics can register their interest.
Adecco - the recruitment provider for the Games - says most of the jobs will be in catering, cleaning and customer services.
The company adds they would like to recruit a 'diverse workforce' and help people get their first foot on the career ladder.
Fifteen thousand people registered their interest in the space of a few hours, after the process opened this morning.
Director of London 2012 Partnerships Steve Girdler has told LBC he is pleased with the response:
"That gives you some idea of how interested people are in being part of London 2012. I think its a great example of how Londoners particularly want to be part of something so special."
Tickets for the event go on sale in March.
European regulators have formally blocked the £25bn merger between the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and Deutsche Boerse.
A man who was spared jail after claiming he had been offered a job at Leicestershire County Cricket Club invented the role to "evade a prison sentence", the team has said.
Embattled Toshiba says its Westinghouse Electric (WE) nuclear division, which has interests in the UK, has filed for bankruptcy protection from creditors.
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