As spectators watch the Olympic Games, Britain’s intelligence and military personnel are watching the skies, the water, and the roads.
A trail of 12 iconic pieces have been placed within the hallowed halls of the famous London landmark. Let curator Judith Swaddling be your guide
Who knew the London Eye would be used in, er, such a ‘totes amazeballs’ way?
Go for the Gold with TIME’s list of essential Olympics apps for smartphones and tablets
The summer hideaways that will give you a respite from host city chaos
The twin issues of transportation and security seemingly go hand in hand when it comes to putting on a major event
Staying at a luxury hotel during the Olympics is just so Beijing 2008.
When it comes to travel snafus in the lead up to the Olympic Games, a saying springs to mind: if it’s not one thing, it’s another.
There’s just one drawback – a trip across the river is estimated to cost thousands.
Excitement is palpable as the first wave of Olympic athletes descends upon the UK’s capital. But as the Games draw nearer, transport delays are causing a whole new kind of build-up in London commuters: frustration