News Headlines - 22 December 2015

US stops British Muslim family from boarding flight to visit Disneyland | The Guardian

A British Muslim family heading for Disneyland was barred from boarding a flight to Los Angeles by US authorities at London’s Gatwick airport amid concerns of an American overreaction to the perceived terrorist threat.

Why I will be voting to stay in Europe - Telegraph

The EU has its failings but it also provides stability for fledgling democracies and keeps our kingdom united - we would be foolish to leave

Exclusive: Seven big investment banks in UK paid just $30 million tax in 2014 | Reuters

Seven of the biggest investment banks operating in London paid little or no tax in Britain last year, despite reporting billions of dollars in profits, a Reuters analysis of corporate filings shows... Five of the banks – JP Morgan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank AG, Nomura Holding and Morgan Stanley – said their main UK arms paid no corporation tax, as Britain calls corporate income tax.

Top Gear in chaos? Executive producer leaves after just five months working alongside Chris Evans - Mirror Online

Top Gear's executive producer Lisa Clark, who was brought in to lead its reboot after the Jeremy Clarkson saga, is leaving the show after five months.

Japan 2020 select final Olympic Stadium design £525m cheaper than Zaha Hadid's futuristic creation that was axed due to its record price-tag and appearance | Daily Mail Online

Japan's 2020 Olympic Stadium design will be a significantly less lavish version of the original £1.35billion Zaha Hadid's design that would have been the world's most expensive sports venue... The original space age-looking stadium design by Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid was axed earlier this due to a row over the cost and the extreme look of the structure.








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