Triumph and tribulation: a look back at 2012

Stuart Sumner
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While London 2012 provided a showcase for the very best the UK tech sector has to offer, the year also saw one of this country's biggest software names become embroiled in controversy. Stuart Sumner looks back at the highs and lows of the past 12 months

Mo Farah slapping his head in wide-eyed disbelief at the scale of his accomplishment. Ben Ainslie winning because his opponents had made him “angry”. Jessica Ennis winning a gold in the heptathlon ...

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