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ERC orders 2 electric coops to stop collecting ‘reinvestment fund’ charges

Manila Bulletin 28 Sep 2021
“The ERC, upon review of the records, found that CAMELCO has not complied with the Commission’s directive for it to submit a third party audit report with respect to the additional RFSC rate that is being collected from its member-consumers,” the regulatory body noted.
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B.C. Liberal leadership candidates to participate in campaign's first virtual debate

North Shore News 28 Sep 2021
Stewart Prest, a lecturer at Simon Fraser University's political science department, said the debate could strongly signal the future direction of the party, which lost power in 2017 after four consecutive governments. "The terrain has changed somewhat, and the party seems to be ...
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HC summons IOCL official with records in contempt case

The Times of India 28 Sep 2021
The court also directed the CJM, Varanasi to communicate this order to the opposite party (IOCL) by Tuesday ... The court had directed the Corporation to consider and decide the application of the petitioner by a reasoned and speaking order within a further period of six weeks before finalizing selection in respect of any third party.
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Conservatives could have done better job talking to Chinese Canadian voters: ex-MP

Moosejaw Today 28 Sep 2021
OTTAWA — A former Conservative MP who lost his seat in the recent election thinks the party could have done a better job speaking directly to Chinese Canadians ... The party also saw the losses of longtime Conservative MP Alice Wong in Richmond Centre and Bob Saroya in Markham-Unionville, both home to many voters with Chinese roots.
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Starmer faces fresh battle with Labour left after McDonald resignation

Belfast Telegraph 28 Sep 2021
“It isn’t about defeating different bits of the party, the party has always been a broad church, but what we are doing is showing a very firm sense of direction under our new leadership ... “My focus and that of the whole party is on winning the next general election so we can deliver for working people who need a Labour government.”.
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Keir Starmer slaps down his hard Left Labour critics saying winning an election is more ...

The Daily Mail 28 Sep 2021
The party leader lashed out at figures from the hard Left who have vocally criticised the direction he is taking the opposition during its annual conference in Brighton ... The party leader lashed out at figures from the hard Left who have vocally criticised the direction he is taking the opposition during its annual conference in Brighton.
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UK Labour leadership faces new battle with party's left

RTE 28 Sep 2021
British Labour leader Keir Starmer will face a fresh battle with the party's left ... "It isn't about defeating different bits of the party, the party has always been a broad church, but what we are doing is showing a very firm sense of direction under our new leadership.
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EU's USB-C proposal can't derail Apple's plans for the iPhone | Mixed Signals

PC Advisor 28 Sep 2021
It's only a hop, skip and a jump from MagSafe for iPhone being a slick means of attaching wireless chargers and wallets (as it currently is), to it becoming the primary method by which the iPhone receives power and data directly, be it from first or third-party products.
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Starmer tries to show his winning streak

The Spectator 28 Sep 2021
Given that this will be Starmer’s first conference speech in front of the membership (the last conference was remote due to Covid restrictions), it is a test for his authority and his ability to connect both with his party and the public ... He said it’s time for the Labour party to change – ‘you can’t lose four elections and not change’.
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Bakers’ union severs links with Labour for neglecting working-class ‘aims and hopes’

The Independent 28 Sep 2021
The leftwing bakers’ union has disaffiliated from the Labour Party with an attack on Keir Starmer for neglecting working class “aims and hopes” ... The Labour Party, which is fighting off criticism that it is fatally split over Sir Keir’s shift to the centre ground, declined to respond directly to the announcement.
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Kanhiaya joins Congress, Mevani to fight next Gujarat polls as Cong candidateKanhaiya defended his decision, ...

Deccan Herald 28 Sep 2021
At a press conference at the Congress headquarters, Kanhaiya said, "I am joining Congress because I feel that an (BJP-RSS) ideology is trying to ruin the values, culture, history and future of this countryif Congress is not saved, the country cannot be savedCongress fights the BJP directly in 200 seats and it is a big party.
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Labour conference: Starmer happy to take the blows if it means winning

BBC News 28 Sep 2021
... members of their own party ... And while Sir Keir didn't say he was happy for malcontents to leave the party, his tone suggested an impatience with those who continue to protest at the direction he's taking - a notion of "Get on board, or there's the door".
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Gigi Hadid wears stylish all-green blazer and trousers as she leaves the Royal Monceau hotel ...

The Daily Mail 28 Sep 2021
She shares the tot with her former One Direction band member boyfriend Zayn Malik. The party was attended by Hadid's entire family, including sister Bella and mother Yolanda, and held at her luxury apartment in New York City ... Birthday party ... She shares the tot with her former One Direction band member boyfriend Zayn Malik.
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Everyware� Partners with Ordereze to Offer Online Ordering Platform At No Cost for Restaurants

Killeen Daily Herald 28 Sep 2021
Industry studies within the last year reported 63% of restaurant consumers prefer to order delivery directly from restaurants, mostly due to the exorbitant customer fees associated with 3rd party ordering apps ... websites, social media, promotions, and cost-free online ordering, allowing restaurants to promote themselves directly to their consumers.
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Labour conference: Winning election more important than unity, says Sir Keir Starmer

BBC News 28 Sep 2021
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said winning the next election is more important than party unity. Rows with left-wingers angry over the direction he is taking the party have dominated Labour's annual conference ... Sir Keir said Andy McDonald was "wrong" to say the party was more divided under his leadership, but added.
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