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Friday 21st November 2014
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London mayor refuses to pay U.S. tax bill
The mayor of London is probably regretting keeping his U.S. passport: He's being pursued by officials over an unpaid tax bill.
London's Mayor Calls U.S. Capital-Gains Tax 'Outrageous'
Boris Johnson, London’s outspoken mayor who is tipped as a potential successor to British Prime Minister David Cameron, has picked a fight with an unlikely adversary: Uncle Sam.
London Mayor Boris Johnson Owes IRS Money, Won't Pay
Johnson holds dual U.S.-U.K. citizenship, but hasn't lived in the U.S. since he was 5. He told WAMU's Diane Rehm Show that he had been billed for capital gains on the sale of his first home.
Clashes as thousands join London student cuts demo
London (AFP) - Police and protesters clashed as several thousand students took to the streets of central London on Wednesday to rally against tuition fees, education cuts and debt.
London Balcony Collapse: Two People Killed
Two people have been killed and at least six others injured after a balcony collapsed in an affluent area of central London.
Aurexia Consulting is expanding its activities in Europe
    London, November, 21st 2014 - Aurexia Consulting, key player in the financial services industry, is expanding its activities in Europe with the opening of a new office in London. Melanie Imbert is ...
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Football rally bonfire is non-fire as UCLA students decry tuition hikes
UCLA's annual bonfire rally for Saturday's football game against USC was canceled Thursday night after students protesting tuition hikes surrounded the wood pile, authorities said.
Rugby Punts Bounding Through College Football
Rugby-style punts giving teams a useful tool in the ongoing field position battle
High school football impacts players' lives down the road
With head injuries and lawsuits stealing headlines, the sport of football has been on the defense in recent years. But one East Texas educator has found that high school football and great coaching can have a positive impact on young men much later in life.
Olympics--Australia opposed to late-night swimming finals in Rio
Nov 21 (Reuters) - Australian Olympic officials say they will oppose plans to stage the 2016 Rio Olympics swimming finals late at night. Although the final schedule for the Rio Games has not been completed, reports that the swimming finals could start at 10 p.m. local time to fit in with American television have been criticised in Australia. Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) President John ...
Chris Robshaw's rugby tour highlights
Rugby tours have given England captain Chris Robshaw some personal and professional highs, from going on safari to taking on the sport's greatest players
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