David Cameron has welcomed inspectors from the International Olympics Committee, at a meeting today, who are on their final inspection visit, before the Games begin in July this year.
The team will spend two days inspecting venues and examining plans, which will focus on security, transport and the legacy of the games.
David Cameron confirmed in a speech Britain's commitment to making the games as safe as possible
(SOUNDBITE)(English) UK PRIME MINISTER DAVID CAMERON SAYS:
"So we will be mobilising every aspect of our security infrastructure. There will be more police on the streets, there will be boats on the Thames, helicopters in the sky, troops will be assisting us in securing the venues, our intelligence agencies will be working around the clock. This will be the biggest and most integrated security operation in mainland Britain in our peacetime history."
The Prime Minister then asked the Seb Coe the chairman of the organising Olympics Committee what he thought?
(SOUNDBITE) DAVID CAMERON SAYS:
"Well if you are happy I am happy. Seb, are you happy?"
CHAIRMAN OF 2012 LONDON GAMES SEBASTIAN COE SAYS:
"I am delirious, prime minister.(LAUGHTER) Thank you, thank you for hosting this this morning."