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Protesters last night picketed a London event in a row over what they claimed was the Olympic Delivery Authority's refusal to guarantee a wage deal. Officials from umbrella group London Citizens said they struck an accord in 2004 obliging mayor Ken Livingston to seek a minimum wage for workers on the Olympic projects. An ODA spokesman said it would be illegal to dictate terms of contract stuck under open tender. - Guardian