26/07/2012 17:25 | By Samantha Herbert, contributor, MSN Sport
Olympic torch relay, 26 July

The Olympic torch was greeted at Buckingham Palace on the final full day of the torch relay



The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are joined by 40 children from the Team GB Ambition Programme as they wait for the London 2012 Olympic Torch at Buckingham Palace (© Ian West/PA Wire)
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  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watch Wai-Ming hand over the London 2012 Olympic torch to John Hulse during a visit to Buckingham Palace (© Ian West/PA Wire)
  • Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William (© Ian West/PA Wire)
  • The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace (© Ian West/PA Wire)
  • Olympic torch relay, 26 July (© Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are joined by 40 children from the Team GB Ambition Programme as they wait for the London 2012 Olympic Torch at Buckingham Palace.

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26/07/2012 22:27
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Try giving some money to the third of Britsh Children that Unicef have reported as living below the poverty line in the UK!

27/07/2012 07:07
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It's all very well to say that the Olympics are going to bring money in and that it's called commerce but where has all this money being generated gone? It's all stayed firmly in London. We keep being told that the Olympics will benefit everyone but all the employment and extra facilities and therefore extra cash is staying firmly in the capital. What about the rest of us who paid towards this, where is our share of the spoils? I personally cannot see that the foreign visitors will spend anywhere near enough to compensate us for the huge cost of this, most countries that hold the Olympics end up making a loss on it. At a time when we clearly cannot afford it this makes no sense at all. I have nothing against the Olympics as a competition/event even though I am not into sport and don't watch it. What I do object to is our country paying for them when we cannot afford to support our disabled people or pay our nursing staff a fair wage. Everyone is entitled to an opinon but those of you who keep telling us "moaners" to shut up might want to think for minute. Fair enough if you support the games, good for you. But would you like to pay extra to cover the share those of us that don't support it have had to pay?  The games themselves are fine, I just don't see why I should pay for them when even I can see that we can't afford them and they shouldn't have come here.

27/07/2012 08:14
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I'm glad the Olympics are here in London. What makes me mad is every souvenir I pick up in the shops has made in China stamped on it! So a great commercial opportunity is completely wasted.

Were the souvenirs in Beijing Made in Great Britain?

27/07/2012 02:43
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To all you blithering about the money spent by the Olympics on
a)  Buildings - being built by British contractors or sub contractors - materials supplied by? British industries employing and paying? British people.
b) Advertising/ marketing... Ok bad choice because it is totally c*** but.. employing and paying? British people.
c) Torches - made in Britain, employing and paying. British people.
d) Tourism - thousands of people coming over with foreign currency - staying in British accommodation, eating, drinking, tourist attractions... employing and paying? Yup British people
Long winded but you get the idea. If the Olympics and tourists are spending the money in Britain then someone in Britain is getting paid for it.  It's called commerce.
27/07/2012 01:11
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Propaganda - By far the majority of people that I know couldn't give a **** about this crap. It has been hijacked by corporate greed and elitists. The working man/ woman would much rather see a few extra quid off the price of their energy bills, fuel and food. We, the working class will pay for this for the rest of our lives. Where is the benefit to us? In 10 years time the 'athlete's village' will be another drug depressed no go area. Countless Londoners have faced upheaval, livelihoods have been lost and for what? So politicians and Coe and his cohorts can slap themselves on the back. How can they claim that these games will be the best ever? It is a farce and has been from the start. We are not up there with the best of the world, despite what the sycophants will have us believe, we are a demoralised and defeated country. The working class are not allowed ambitions or dreams, education is beyond the reach of the working class, home ownership is a fantasy for the young and yet costs for this farce approach £12 billion. How many schools, how many hospitals would that have bought us? I am ashamed to be British and I served 12 years in the British Army - for what - for **** all !!! Thanks very much. 
27/07/2012 08:55
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the day is here - and we Brits should be proud. This is going to be the opportunity to show the rest of the World that we really know 'how to put on a show'.  There is doom and gloom all around us so for the next two weeks let's fly the flag, stand high and praise all the organisers of this great event which of course will have its hiccups - so what? My late husband was an athlete and would have enjoyed every moment of this, as he did in the 1948 Olympics.  Let's stop all this negativity and enjoy the Olympics and the Paralympics for which the participants have worked and trained for so long and so hard. GOOD LUCK  to them all - and thanks to the Organisers for the fantastic job that they have done  to produce the 2012 Summer Olympics which we will always remember.
26/07/2012 22:22
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why is it called Team GB instead of Great Britain (or technically United Kingdom).
Does any other country call themselves Team Poland or Team China? No, it's Poland, and it's China.
27/07/2012 07:48
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I can't believe the negativity in these comments.  I think the games are a great thing for this country. I stood in the pouring rain to see the Olympic Torch and I volunteered to be a Games Maker, but was not successful.  However, I was given a ticket for one of the rehearsals.  Not much of a compensation, you might think, but I was vey proud to be one of the first people to see this ceremony that the world will be watching tonight - it cost me nothing and I could not afford to buy a ticket, but was proud to be there, along with 62,000 other volunteers, ambassadors and ordinary people proud to be part of it.

As for the money staying in London, so it should.  They have paid greatly for this event and they should reap the rewards. There are events taking place all around the UK, so it will be spread around anyway.

I would like to see this country get behind the games, stop whingeing and think themselves lucky to be living is a country that can offer so much, if you only look for it, instead of knocking it at every opportunity!?!?!?!?!?!?

27/07/2012 08:27
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Now that the publicity seeking nightmare is over,can we look forward to a period of non-participation by lower echelon "Celebs"

and return to the purpose of the Olympics?

26/07/2012 23:09
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I need to apologise really as nobody should be burning anyone really but as I am not a fan of Mr Terry at all and on seeing the comment below I got carried away.
Mr J.T again apologies but hey 1 cannot like evry one although I have made my judgement on tabloid stories there is no smoke without fire
Still wish you well

27/07/2012 08:50
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Have we forgotten about the wonderful china and souvenier makers in the UK - Just a few suggestions ... Pottery - Wedgewoods? Crystal - Waterford? Glass - The Glassblobbery? - all UK based businesses that would have been proud to have been making souveniers for London 2012

If we are so proud to have the olympics why not show off the talent of the craftsmen and women in the UK not keep farming everything out overseas because it costs a few pence / pounds less to make - surely if it was made in the UK and the visitors see the quality of the products people will start using UK firms for these things and then maybe our workforce will increase and manufacturing prices can start to reduce.

I know the torch was made in the West Midlands and im extremely proud and pleased this happened - imagine the uproar if it wasnt tho!

However that being said - I do think that we shouldnt have even been bidding for the Olympics 7 years ago, there were signs that the economy was heading for a very deep resession, and although the govt says that they are costing less than we are expected to re-coup that money should have been ploughed into other services that need them - if we were in a stable economy and able to afford it without any cuts else where then yes i agree its a very good thing for us to have here.

People are going to say I'm sure that we had already spent however much on the bid, but once the materials have been drawn up, they could have been put in storage (for want of a better word) until a more country finacially suitable time.

People also will no doubt say - think of the jobs that have been created from having them - yes they have - but how temporary? construction jobs on stadiums - how many of the staff will be laid off now the projects have been finished? Marshalls - they are only temporary contracts. What sort of employment is that ?? UNSTABLE thats what.

And Finally ....

Security - a shambles - G4S - staff should have been trained and ready MONTHS ago

Tickets - I'm lead to beleve they were printed in the USA ?!?! Another item that could have been and should have been printed and produced in the UK

I know its too late so do much about anything now - we've had 7 years to prepare and its not the great job i know we could have done !!

27/07/2012 09:07
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Feel sorry for  blue flame (shutthegates) who wrote the message about the royal family

for once can you not be PROUD to be BRITISH (thats if you are)  and show the world what

we are all about (not just trouble and riots) and if you don't like living  here you can always

(as your password suggests) shut the gate and never come back!!!!!

 

26/07/2012 22:36
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England, Scotland and Wales have been usurped by Corporations since 1933 through the Uniform Commercial Code.  Great Britain and the Countries it is made up of are dead.  They abbreviate with GB because this is a commercial warehouse region under UCC and Admiralty Law.  Welcome to the bankrupting of the Countries which was done under everyones noses then enslaving all those stupid enough to get a birth certificate attached to the Cestui Que Vie Act 1666 making you slaves to the sovereign land of the City of London run by the City of London Corporation, the Livery pirates.  So your homework and join the British Constitutional Group and save your nation and culture.
27/07/2012 10:02
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BRIAN ANTONY WHAT A ****, TELL ME WHAT YOUR COMMENT HAS TO DO WITH THE OLYMPICS. F..K OFF AND GO TO A SITE THAT DEALS WITH YOUR SUBJECT,AND LEAVE INTELLIGENT PEOPLE TO HAVE A CONVERSATION.

MSN, WHAT ARE YOU PLAYING AT? I HAVE CONTACTED YOU BEFORE, ABOUT THESE LONELY BIKERS, HEART BROKEN MEN AND WOMEN, AND NOW BISEXUALS, WHAT NEXT TRANNIES,  , PHAEODPHILES.

CMON MSN, WEED OUT THIS CRAP AND DUMP IT IN THE BIN WHERE IT BELONGS.

I WILL BE WATCHING FOR AN IMPROVEMENT, LOOK OUT.

26/07/2012 23:23
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Great to see the royals supporting the olympics as one might expect them to do. Two more appropriate supporters than Wills and Kate it would be hard to find.They both look so good in the official gear; nevertheless how tacky to see the future king of this once great country reduced to wearing the  logos of  greed driven profit obsessed commercial companies. Says it all about the recent and future direction of Britain. I heard Nicky Campbell this morning remonstrating with a caller who had done no more than refer to an athlete as "England's Jessica Ennis". "No no,Campbell insisted at some length, you must  use the term "British". None of us could possibly know the number of young flowers of England who have died because of failed international politics and failed international diplomacy fighting to keep precious our freedoms. Now we have the BBC insisting on behalf of Locog exactly how we are allowed or not allowed to use our own language in order that we do not upset our respective UK neighbours. It's absolutely pathetic to be honest.
26/07/2012 23:03
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you mean john terry should be lit by the flame 

26/07/2012 22:23
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I have to agree with Harry Graham...when we have sports persons from all  the UK why is it called team GB. Is this another **** up by the powers to be.
26/07/2012 23:50
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To Tolly Clarke
Bahhhhh humbug  90 % really
27/07/2012 09:37
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Great puplicity for Adidas why not go the whole hog and heat a Big Mac over the flames of the torch.
Think the young royals have been conned here

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Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watch Wai-Ming hand over the London 2012 Olympic torch to John Hulse during a visit to Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watch Wai-Ming hand over the London 2012 Olympic torch to John Hulse during a visit to Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watch Wai-Ming hand over the London 2012 Olympic torch to John Hulse during a visit to Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watch Wai-Ming hand over the London 2012 Olympic torch to John Hulse during a visit to Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watch Wai-Ming hand over the London 2012 Olympic torch to John Hulse during a visit to Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watch Wai-Ming hand over the London 2012 Olympic torch to John Hulse during a visit to Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watch Wai-Ming hand over the London 2012 Olympic torch to John Hulse during a visit to Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watch Wai-Ming hand over the London 2012 Olympic torch to John Hulse during a visit to Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watch Wai-Ming hand over the London 2012 Olympic torch to John Hulse during a visit to Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watch Wai-Ming hand over the London 2012 Olympic torch to John Hulse during a visit to Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)John HulseMr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William.topThis field has been disabled for Gallery V2olympic torch relayMr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Mr Hulse is a mountain rescuer from north Wales who is carrying the Olympic torch after a request from Prince William(©Ian West/PA Wire)Royal cheerThe young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace.topThis field has been disabled for Gallery V2olympic torchThe young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)The young royals watch on as the Olympic torch is carried through the grounds at Buckingham Palace(©Ian West/PA Wire)More from the final day of the Olympic torch relayThe final full day of the Olympic torch relay saw the flame pass through London.topThis field has been disabled for Gallery V2torch relay. olympics, london 2012Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic 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torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Olympic torch relay, 26 July(©Gareth Fuller-LOCOG)Sir Clive WoodwardFormer England rugby boss Sir Clive Woodward carries the Olympic flame in Camden at the beginning of day 69 of the London 2012 Olympic torch relay.topThis field has been disabled for Gallery V2torch relay. olympics, london 2012Sir Clive Woodward(©Ben Birchall-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Sir Clive Woodward(©Ben Birchall-LOCOG-Press 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The comedian, writer and actor is Torchbearer number 024.topThis field has been disabled for Gallery V2torch relay. olympics, london 2012David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)David Walliams(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade AdepitanOlympic medalist and TV presenter Ade Adepitan (Torchbearer 046) carries the Olympic flame on Millennium Bridge during day 69 of the London 2012 Olympic torch relay.topThis field has been disabled for Gallery V2torch relay, olympics, london 2012Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Ade Adepitan(©Chris Radburn-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lewis MoodyEx-England rugby union captain Lawrence Dallaglio (left) hands the Olympic torch over to ex-England rugby union captain Lewis Moody.topThis field has been disabled for Gallery V2torch relay. olympics, london 2012Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lewis Moody(©Matt Alexander-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Lawrence DallaglioFormer England rugby international Lawrence Dallagio (Torchbearer 108) carries the Olympic flame on the torch relay leg through Kensington and Chelsea.topThis field has been disabled for Gallery V2torch relay. olympics, london 2012Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Lawrence Dallaglio(©Yui Mok-LOCOG-Press Association Images)Robert SwanellChairman of Marks and Spencer Robert Swannell carries the Olympic flame past the Museum of London as the torch makes its way through the City.topThis field has been disabled for Gallery V2torch relay. olympics, london 2012Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Robert Swanell(©David Parry-PA Wire-Press Association Images)Downing StreetPrime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street.topThis field has been disabled for Gallery V2olympic torchPrime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha welcome Olympic Torchbearer Kate Nesbit to Downing Street(©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Regent StreetThousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay.topThis field has been disabled for Gallery V2olympic torchThousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Thousands of people gather and cheer under the flags on Regent Street, to watch the torch relay(©John Phillips/PA Wire)Oxford CircusThe Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay.topThis field has been disabled for Gallery V2olympic torchThe Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)The Olympic torch is carried through a very busy Oxford Circus on the final full day of the torch relay(©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)

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