• GHA walkout averted amid bitter political exchanges

    GHA walkout averted amid bitter political exchanges0

    A planned protest at St Bernard’s Hospital was yesterday curbed following a last minute meeting between unions and Health Minister Neil Costa. Mr Costa met with Unite the Union on Thursday evening where 16 GHA representatives cited “long standing staffing matters” as the reason for industrial action. According to a union representative, members were willing

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  • Fixed cameras highlight Gib’s ‘speed problem’

    Fixed cameras highlight Gib’s ‘speed problem’0

    A total of 1,700 drivers were logged breaking speed limits on Gibraltar’s roads within the space of a weekend, it was revealed yesterday as new fixed speed cameras became operational in three speeding hotspots. Officials testing the cameras in the run-up to the launch clocked hundreds of drivers exceeding the speed limits, with Transport Minister

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  • MPs clear way for UK general election on June 8

    MPs clear way for UK general election on June 80

    Britain will go to the polls on June 8, after MPs cleared the way for an early general election. Theresa May easily cleared the hurdle needed under the Fixed Term Parliament Act to bring the poll forward from the scheduled date of 2020. With the Prime Minister needing the support of 434 MPs – two

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  • MPs clear way for general election on June 8

    MPs clear way for general election on June 80

    Britain will go to the polls on June 8, after MPs cleared the way for an early general election. Theresa May easily cleared the hurdle needed under the Fixed Term Parliament Act to bring the poll forward from the scheduled date of 2020. With the Prime Minister needing the support of 434 MPs – two

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  • May and Corbyn trade blows before vote to confirm June 8 poll

    May and Corbyn trade blows before vote to confirm June 8 poll0

    Theresa May has promised to deliver “a strong economy, strong defence and strong, stable leadership” if Conservatives win the snap election. Speaking at Prime Minister’s Questions in the Commons shortly before MPs vote on her plans for a June 8 poll, Mrs May denounced her Labour rival Jeremy Corbyn as “not fit to lead”. But

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  • Theresa May asks voters to give her mandate for ‘really good deal’ with EU

    Theresa May asks voters to give her mandate for ‘really good deal’ with EU0

    Theresa May has claimed that victory in the snap general election would strengthen her hand in Brexit negotiations with European Union leaders. The Prime Minister said, if she had not performed a U-turn on calling an early vote, the “crucial part” of the Brexit talks would have occurred in the build-up to a general election,

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