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Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has rubbished claims that the Olympics has turned the West End into a ghost town, saying that it is "absolute nonsense".

China's Sun Yang sporting a set of Dr Dre Beats headphones

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Team GB demoted from silver to bronze after Japanese appeal – but still claim first British medal in 88 years

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