London's got some cleaning to do before the opening ceremonies, but residents aren't too keen on picking up. Could it be that they just don't care much for their city right now?
So it’s now less than 100 days until the London Olympics. 92 days in fact. We’re in the home straight – the finishing line’s in sight. It’s a curious time to be a resident in London. Across the city there are quietly urgent campaigns encouraging residents to tidy up, to put rubbish in bins, smile and tuck shirts in.
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