News Headlines - 18 January 2016

Migrant spouses who fail English test may have to leave UK, says Cameron | The Guardian

Migrants who fail language tests after two and a half years in the UK may be forced to leave, David Cameron has said, as he announced plans to encourage greater integration of Muslim women.

MPs to debate whether Donald Trump to be banned from UK - Birmingham Mail

More than 570,000 have signed a petition asking the UK Government to prevent Mr Trump accessing the country, noting action against "hate speech" must take place regardless of a person's wealth or power.
Three hours have been allocated in Westminster Hall for the debate, which will be led by Labour's Paul Flynn.

Iran capitalises on sanctions removal with slew of deals with western businesses | The Guardian

Western businesses are jockeying for investment opportunities in Iran as the country regains access to the global financial system following the lifting of sanctions at the weekend.

World's wealth held in hands of richest 1% - Oxfam - RTÉ News

Growing inequality means that the world's wealthiest 62 people own as much as the poorest half of the planet's population, some 3.6 billion people, according to a new report from Oxfam.

World tennis hit by match-fixing reports, authorities back integrity unit | Reuters

World tennis was rocked on Monday by allegations that the game's authorities have failed to deal with widespread match-fixing, just as the Australian Open, the first grand slam tournament of the year, kicked off in Melbourne.








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