Insurers are facing a $2-3 billion loss if the Tokyo Olympics are cancelled this year, amounting to the largest ever claim in the global event cancellation market, brokers say. With less than six months until the Games are due to start, the competition will top the agenda when the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) executive board meets this week. The IOC and Japanese organisers have been adamant that another postponement isn't an option.
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George Brown, 13, and his dad converted their garden in Birmingham.