Cristina Cavilla is the Chief Reporter at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
Parliament saw a number of thorny exchanges between Government and Opposition yesterday as MPs clashed over issues including ‘security risks’ over the Government’s new schools and the decision to remove the financial reports from the public part of GHA board meetings. The question and answer session commenced in the afternoon with a series of questionsREAD MORE
The first six acts were announced yesterday for this year’s MTV Presents: Gibraltar Calling music festival, and include Bob Geldof’s band The Boom Town Rats and grime artist Stormzy. Other acts announced include Rag‘n’Bone Man, indie band Two Door Cinema Club as well as Sister Sledge and 70’s American singer-songwriter Suzi Quatro. They will beREAD MORE
The Gibraltar Government clashed on consecutive days with the GSD over the level and nature of briefings the Opposition has received on the current state of play in the Brexit negotiations. As the latest salvo played out the GSD accused the Government of erecting a smokescreen over its handling of the Brexit negotiations by notREAD MORE
EU leaders are tomorrow expected to restate their support for Spain’s position on Brexit and Gibraltar, a draft statement ahead of a European Council meeting showed yesterday. The 27 leaders, who will meet Prime Minister Theresa May today, will endorse an interim deal struck by EU negotiators on Monday to grant London a 21-month, statusREAD MORE