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The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) found that customers of the Big Six energy suppliers on standard variable and default tariffs are paying £1.4 billion a year more than they need to. Dermot Nolan, chief executive of Ofgem, said: Ofgem shares the Government's concern that the energy market is not working for all consumers and is determined to reduce the detriment suffered by those overpaying for their energy, particularly those who are vulnerable.
  • 'Las Vegas part two'? NY man arrested for threat

    'Las Vegas part two'? NY man arrested for threat

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    In two emails before the Las Vegas shooting, Casillas sent pictures of heavy duty weapons including a submachine gun equipped with a silencer and two MAC-11 submacine guns. WELL GET READY 4 LAS VEGas part 2... In another message, Casillas allegedly listed names of three company employees, characterized them as targets for "DEATHS BY ASSASIATION", and then wrote: "PLEASE TELL LOVED ONES TO START PICKING OUT A NICE BEAUTIFUL CASKET AND PLAN A DECENT FUNERAL".
  • Hamas says it has reached deal with Palestinian rival Fatah in Cairo

    Hamas says it has reached deal with Palestinian rival Fatah in Cairo

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    According to Reuters, the details regarding the agreement are expected to be revealed during a press conference this afternoon in Cairo , where the talks between the two rival Palestinian factions took place. "What happened in the past days is something like a declaration of principles while the two sides have postponed final status issues to the talks in Cairo ", said Gaza political analyst Akram Attallah.
  • British 'White Widow' Isis recruiter 'killed in United States drone strike'

    British 'White Widow' Isis recruiter 'killed in United States drone strike'

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    Sally Jones, a British jihadi who recruited online for the Islamic State group, has been killed in Syria by a USA drone along with her 12-year-old son, The Sun newspaper reported on Thursday. Jones was understood to be a high priority on the Pentagon's "kill list" as she was believed to be one of the terror group's top recruiters and the mastermind behind several terror plots.
  • Spain wants clarity over Catalonia's independence

    Spain wants clarity over Catalonia's independence

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    He affirmed Catalans have nothing against Spain, but also said that the relation is unsustainable after years of grievances by their authorities. If Puigdemont was to confirm he did declare independence, he would be given an additional three days to rectify it, until Thursday, Oct.
  • Trump again blasts Iran nuke deal as certification decision looms

    Trump again blasts Iran nuke deal as certification decision looms

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    Trump is also expected to seek amendments in the existing deal with respect to the requirement for the U.S. president to re-certify Iran's compliance every 90 days. Iranian officials have said they will not renegotiate. If the president doesn't certify compliance with the requirements, Congress has 60 days to decide whether to re-impose or "snap back" sanctions lifted under the agreement.
  • World Cup failure prompts calls for United States soccer 'revolution'

    World Cup failure prompts calls for United States soccer 'revolution'

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    Major League Soccer is more committed than ever to building the sport in the US and Canada. We have players playing overseas of some quality. "If this failure does not wake up everyone from USA soccer to Major League Soccer from Pay-to-Play to broadcasters to everything, then we're all insane", Twellman said.
  • Supreme Court dismisses De Lima's petition to nullify arrest on drug charges

    Supreme Court dismisses De Lima's petition to nullify arrest on drug charges

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    The Senator filed the petition before the SC following her arrest based on the warrant issued Judge Juanita Guerrero of the Muntinlupa City Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 204. She is not entitled to bail and, if found guilty, faces a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. The decision means that de Lima will remain detained at Camp Crame, the headquarters of the Philippine National Police, in Manila, where she has awaited trial for almost eight months.
  • PM to inaugurate birth centenary celebrations of Nanaji Deshmukh

    PM to inaugurate birth centenary celebrations of Nanaji Deshmukh

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    Modi said. PM Modi also spoke about how JP Narayan was attacked, during a march, when he was supported by Nanaji Deshmukh. PM Narendra Modi at IARI event in Delhi. A child in a village should get opportunities like a city student to experiment in a laboratory and use latest IT means, he said. He will offer floral tributes to Nanaji Deshmukh and Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan.
  • Trump sees deal with Canada minus Mexico

    Trump sees deal with Canada minus Mexico

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    The US Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday accused Trump's administration of trying to sabotage the talks with "poison pill proposals", including demands for more favourable treatment for the US side on vehicle production, and a "sunset clause" to force regular negotiations.