• EU using time pressure to get more money out of UK: David Davis

    EU using time pressure to get more money out of UK: David Davis0

    David Davis has accused the European Union of using time pressure to see if they “can get more money out of us”. The Brexit Secretary also told MPs the UK is “ready and well prepared” to start discussions with the EU on its future trading relationship after Brexit, although it is “still some way” from

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  • Man honoured for brave rescue at sea

    Man honoured for brave rescue at sea0

    Gibraltar resident Arseniy Ladusan was earlier this month awarded the Commissioner’s Certificate of Commendation by Commissioner of Police Eddie Yome for “his selfless actions” to save a man in the waters off Camp Bay. On September 27, Mr Ladusan was snorkelling at Camp Bay when he noticed a fully clothed young man jump into the

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  • Brexiteers not fully aware of what they voted for, says Bill Clinton

    Brexiteers not fully aware of what they voted for, says Bill Clinton0

    Bill Clinton has warned that the Brexit vote was about people thinking differences are more important that what they have in common. The former US president also suggested that some people who backed the split from the EU last year were not fully aware of what they had voted for. After being honoured by Dublin

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  • Gib MEPs join ‘stop Brexit’ rallies

    Gib MEPs join ‘stop Brexit’ rallies0

    Gibraltar MEPs Julie Girling and Molly Scott-Cato joined thousands of anti-Brexit protestors across the UK last weekend in a series of ‘stop Brexit’ rallies. People took to the streets of London, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Newcastle, York, Nottingham, Cardiff, Reading, Liverpool and Birmingham on Saturday as Gibraltar’s MEPs joined protestors in Bristol. “I completely refute the idea

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  • Laguna Youth Club demolition plan has residents concerned

    Laguna Youth Club demolition plan has residents concerned0

    Government plans to demolish the Laguna Estate Youth Club have drawn concern from some residents. An application filed with Town Planning will be discussed at this morning’s meeting of the Development and Planning Commission. The application does not need approval and is only submitted for feedback. The government has not filed any future plans for

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  • Hook looks beyond canvas as new exhibition opens in London

    Hook looks beyond canvas as new exhibition opens in London0

    by Alice Mascarenhas in London Christian Hook’s art is again on show in London with his latest exhibition officially opening tomorrow at the Clarendon Fine Art’s flagship gallery in Mayfair. The Darwin Series – 25 works – has proved extremely popular. Already, even as yesterday’s private viewing by invitation opened, many of the works had

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