• May’s offer on citizens’ rights includes Gibraltar

    May’s offer on citizens’ rights includes Gibraltar0

    Prime Minister Theresa May unveiled details of her plan to protect the rights of EU nationals living in Britain yesterday, saying the government would work to offer them largely the same benefits as British citizens. The Prime Minister sought to offer reassurance that, until Britain actually leaves, EU citizens would continue to be able to

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  • Feetham denounces ‘dangerous farce that undermines parliamentary governance’

    Feetham denounces ‘dangerous farce that undermines parliamentary governance’0

    Opposition leader Daniel Feetham delivered a scathing assessment of the Gibraltar Government’s handling of public finances yesterday, insisting it was undermining parliamentary governance in Gibraltar. Responding to Chief Minister Fabian Picardo’s budget speech, Mr Feetham restated in tough terms the GSD’s long-standing concerns about transparency and accountability. Denouncing the government’s approach as “a dangerous farce”,

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  • Hook, a Gibraltarian who ‘shines’

    Hook, a Gibraltarian who ‘shines’0

    Receiving the Freedom of the City of Gibraltar yesterday on board the Cunard cruise ship Queen Victoria, an emotional Christian Hook told those present this accolade “meant a great deal” to him. “I believe that my journey as an artist has only just began and no doubt it will take me to places far away

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  • David Davis says he is not certain UK will secure Brexit deal

    David Davis says he is not certain UK will secure Brexit deal0

    Brexit Secretary David Davis has said he is not certain the UK will secure a withdrawal deal with the EU. Mr Davis said he was “pretty sure” an agreement could be struck, but left the door open to leaving the bloc without one. The Brexit Secretary said that “no deal would be better than a

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  • May defends ‘fair and serious offer’ to EU nationals living in UK

    May defends ‘fair and serious offer’ to EU nationals living in UK0

    Theresa May has defended her plan to protect the rights of the three million EU nationals living in the UK, saying it was a “fair and serious” offer. At the end of a two-day summit in Brussels, the Prime Minister said she would be looking for similar assurances for UK citizens in the EU. “I

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  • £30,000 raised for Aleppo appeal

    £30,000 raised for Aleppo appeal0

    Over 13,000 Christians in the Middle East will benefit from money raised locally during the Aleppo appeal during Lent organised by the Catholic Church on the Rock. The Bishop’s Appeal helped raise £30,000 which was yesterday presented to the director of National Director, Aid to the Church in Need), Neville Kyrke-Smith, in Gibraltar to receive

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