The LLDC have announced that they have no plans to cancel West Ham United's 99-year lease of the Olympic Stadium - despite the arrangement being described by the group as "onerous".
The Olympic or London Stadium - depending on your preference - will remain without a sponsor for the foreseeable future after it was confirmed that a naming rights partner is not currently being sought.
The LLDC's David Goldstone says that legal challenges made by West Ham have cost the Olympic Park operators a small fortune to defend.
David Sullivan's claim that 95 per cent of supporters are happy at the Olympic Stadium couldn't be further from the truth, according to the results of a new KUMB poll.
West Ham United have been refused permission to add a claret border around the pitch by the body charged with running the Olympic Stadium.
The Olympic/London Stadium will remain thusly named for the foreseeable future after it was revealed that the LLDC would no longer be seeking a corporate sponsor.
UK Sport are considering bidding for the 2027 World Athletics Championships - potentially meaning further disruption to West Ham for many years to come.
A number of supporters have expressed their concerns after they experienced lengthy delays on approach to the Olympic Stadium on Saturday.
Newham Council have denied reports that they are set to write off a £40million cash injection as a result of poor returns from the Olympic Stadium deal.
West Ham fans may have to get used to playing their early league matches away from home after it was revealed UK athletics chiefs want to use the Olympic Stadium for the forthcoming 2022 European Championships.