News Headlines - 21 October 2015

Xi Jinping signs nuclear deal as UK and China clinch £40b​n of contracts | The Guardian

China and Britain have signed multi-billion pound business deals, including for the project to build a nuclear power station in Britain, during day two of the Chinese president’s first state visit to the country.

Scotland Yard faces new questions over four poison deaths - Telegraph

The Metropolitan Police was on Tuesday night facing new questions over its handling of a series of alleged murders which police initially wrote off as “non-suspicious”.
A key witness in the case, involving four gay men alleged to have been fatally poisoned with the party drug GHB in east London, said it was clear there were serious questions raised by the deaths.

DeLorean runs on fuel made from recycled clothes  - CNN.com

Entrepreneur Michihiko Iwamoto has realized a lifelong dream: to own a DeLorean time machine. And there's no better time to do so: October 21, 2015, is the date to which Doc and Marty travel in "Back to the Future II."

'Back to the Future' Writer: Biff Is Donald Trump | Rolling Stone

Back to the Future Part II screenwriter Bob Gale confirmed in an interview with the Daily Beast that Donald Trump was the inspiration for the character he and director Robert Zemeckis created back in 1989.

Bayern Munich fans stage protest against £64 Arsenal tickets | The Guardian

Hundreds of Bayern Munich fans boycotted the first five minutes of their Champions League match against Arsenal on Tuesday night at protest at what they called “excessive” ticket prices.
FC Bayern Worldwide organised the protest in collaboration with several other supporters’ groups after Bayern fans were charged a minimum of £64 to attend the match in London.








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