Brian Reyes is the Editor of the Gibraltar Chronicle.
– In treaty text, Spain recognises for the first time the existence of registered Gibraltarians and the Gibraltarian Status Act. The UK and Spain yesterday signed a tax treaty for Gibraltar and Spain, in a landmark development that will put an end to the “irritating myths” of Gibraltar as an uncooperative and opaque tax jurisdiction.READ MORE
A project to build a boutique hotel in Gibraltar’s old town has put a spotlight on the challenges of redeveloping an area where residents and businesses must co-exist in close proximity. The project aims to convert an existing building that faces onto Cornwall’s Lane and Gavino’s Passage into a 24-room hotel with a rooftop terraceREAD MORE
Gibraltar, the UK and Spain have finalised the terms of a tax treaty that forms part of the package of Brexit agreements relating to the Rock. News that the treaty had been finalised was revealed by Josep Borrell, Spain’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, as the Spanish Government approved “temporary and unilateral” measures to mitigate theREAD MORE
A solution has yet to be agreed to resolve the row over a reference to Gibraltar as “a colony” in draft legislation to ensure reciprocal visa-free travel for British and EU citizens after Brexit. The matter was discussed on Wednesday at a trilogue meeting between the European Commission, the European Parliament and the European Council,READ MORE