A British Muslim family were about to embark on their dream vacation to Disneyland with 11 aunts, uncles and cousins when U.S. Homeland Security banned them from boarding the flight to Los Angeles.

With no explanation or compensation, and having had their necessary travel authorization approved by the U.S. Embassy weeks before, Mohammad Tariq Mohmood and his family were denied the opportunity to visit the Happiest Place on Earth.

The Member of Parliament representing the family's district wrote a letter to Prime Minister David Cameron, demanding action.

Sources: The Guardian | Metro | Daily Mail