• ‘Nothing clarified’ on Gib home match venues

    ‘Nothing clarified’ on Gib home match venues
    • July 23, 2016

    UEFA has announced the venues for Gibraltar home matches as El Faro in Portugal on its official website. A spokesman for the Gibraltar FA meanwhile has told the Chronicle no decision had as yet been made on where the matches would ultimately be played. Steven Gonzalez, press spokesperson for the Gibraltar FA explained, “nothing has

  • Family of missing businessman make emotional appeal

    Family of missing businessman make emotional appeal
    • July 23, 2016

    The children of missing businessman Andy Beckwith have posted an emotional appeal on social media vowing not to rest until he is home safe and sound. Mr Beckwith, who is 55 years old, has been missing since Monday morning when he left his apartment in Europlaza and headed to work. But he failed to arrive


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  • RGP issues “CEO” Fraud warning

    RGP issues “CEO” Fraud warning
    • July 22, 2016

    Local businesses are being targeted by fraudsters purporting to be Chief Executive Officers, Senior Management representatives, and in some cases prominent private clients, police have said. The Royal Gibraltar Police has issued a warning following an increase in reports of ‘CEO or Client Impersonation’ scams, as well as advice to avoid becoming a victim of

  • Spain could veto Brexit talks, Margallo says

    Spain could veto Brexit talks, Margallo says
    • July 21, 2016

    The Spanish Government will veto the terms of any Brexit negotiation between the UK and the EU that sought to include Gibraltar, Spain’s acting Foreign Minister José Manuel García-Margallo said yesterday. The minister said once the UK activates the withdrawal process under Article 50 of the EU treaty, the European Council must agree the broad



  • Boris knows Spain’s game on Gibraltar

    Boris knows Spain’s game on Gibraltar
    • July 15, 2016

    When he comes to assess Spain’s current stance on Gibraltar, Boris Johnson, Britain’s new Foreign Secretary, would do well to refresh his memory by looking at his own cuttings file. Back in August of 2013, when Spain tightened the screws and the border ground to a standstill, Mr Johnson, then the mayor of London, penned

  • In the Commons, reassurance laced with uncertainty

    • July 1, 2016

    At a reception in the House of Commons this week, a Conservative MP and longstanding friend of Gibraltar reflected on the upheaval sweeping through British politics in the wake of the Brexit vote. He was one of a group of MPs who had met the Chief Minister earlier in the day to hear Gibraltar’s concerns


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