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Alex Loukos, from Newham, is 19 now but he can still represent the youth of London, a role he first undertook in 2006 when he went to Singapore to support London's bid for the Olympic Games.
He had all the credentials - the son of a Greek immigrant born in a downtrodden borough - he could encapsulate the hope, the inclusivity and the legacy of the 2012 dreams.
A Canary Wharf based trader is alleged to have sent an email that caused Greek bank share prices to drop dramatically.
The Citigroup employee named by Greek authorities as Paul Moss, 45 is due to be questioned by police for alledgedly sending a message last Wednesday saying the country could restructure its debt as soon as the weekend.
Movie fans are being offered a glimpse of the lusciously-shot Greek feature film Black Field, which is due to hit cinemas next year.
The controversial tale of the love between a nun and a Turkish warrior was directed by Vardis Marinakis and shot by Poplar cameraman Marcus Waterloo. Click below for the first trailer.
A CONTROVERSIAL love story between a nun and a Turkish warrior lured a Poplar cameraman to Greece this summer.
Poplar Dock resident Marcus Waterloo dropped his London life in March to spend five months shooting Black Field.
The feature film – which should be released early next year – tells the story of a soldier who flees into the forest accompanied by a nun with an interesting secret.
He said: “It’s not your average period drama. It’s already started some controversy in the church. It’s going to generate some interesting press.��?