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Issue No. 2315

‘The curse of Cameron’

The widespread theory for why no one wins in any sport the prime minister turns up to watch

‘There are simply too many corporate seats’

French president François Hollande on the Games

‘Courteous integrity’

The staff slogan of disgraced bank HSBC

‘I was determined to stick to the positive, come what may’

Paul Sinha, headline act at the official Olympics comedy gig, on why he didn’t tell any jokes about the Olympics

‘We are the Millwall of the Olympics’

An anonymous G4S security guard

‘A new low’

Even RBS boss Stephen Hester has noticed the sinking reputation of the banks

‘I get so angry about what this government is doing’

Keith Lindsay-Cameron, who has written an anti-cuts letter to David Cameron every day since March. Supporters are donating stamps

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Tue 7 Aug 2012, 18:14 BST
Issue No. 2315
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