British MP says US making it harder for UK Muslims to visit
LONDON: Prime Minister David Cameron's office says he will investigate a lawmaker's claim that US officials prevented a British Muslim family from flying to Disneyland for a planned holiday.
Stella Creasy, a member of the opposition Labour Party, says US officials gave no explanation for refusing to allow her constituents to board a flight from Gatwick Airport. She told The Guardian newspaper this is part of a larger pattern affecting British Muslims, and that a lack of information from US officials is sparking resentment among Muslims.
The issue is sensitive in part because US presidential contender Donald Trump has called for a temporary ban on Muslims visiting the US due to concerns about extremist attacks.
Cameron's office said he would look into the matter.
US Embassy officials declined immediate comment Wednesday.