News Headlines - 28 January 2016

UK PM Cameron under pressure over Google tax deal | Reuters

British Prime Minister David Cameron came under increasing pressure on Wednesday over a back tax deal agreed by Internet group Google that was hailed by his finance minister as a major success but dismissed as "derisory" by the opposition Labour Party.

EU says has no plan to review British VAT exemptions | Reuters

The European Union plans to review and simplify value-added tax across the 28-nation bloc but has no immediate plans to propose ending VAT exemptions on various products in Britain, the EU's top tax official said on Thursday.

Sweden sends sharp signal with plan to expel up to 80,000 asylum seekers | The Guardian

Sweden is to reject up to 80,000 people who applied for asylum in the country last year, as many as half of whom will be forced to leave against their will, according to official estimates.

Apple's Safari browser is crashing on iPhones and Macs worldwide | The Verge

Apple's Safari browser appears to be experiencing issues worldwide this morning. Searching from the address bar in both iOS and OS X is causing the browser to crash in some instances. The Verge has confirmed the problem on several of our own iOS devices and at least one OS X machine.

Blow for Shinzo Abe as Japan economy minister Akira Amari resigns - FT.com

Japan’s prime minister Shinzo Abe has lost one of the chief architects of his unprecedented stimulus strategy after his economy minister resigned over allegations he accepted a bribe.








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