• Air quality ‘better than ever’

    Air quality ‘better than ever’

    • June 23, 2016

    The Gibraltar Government has slammed the “poor calibre of the Opposition” as it hit back at the GSD’s comments on the Rock’s air quality. In a statement the Government accused the GSD of making “irresponsible” and “misleading” comments on the subject. “The latest Opposition press release on air quality is both poorly researched and scientifically

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  • Gibraltar and UK vote in historic EU referendum

    Gibraltar and UK vote in historic EU referendum

    • June 23, 2016

    Gibraltar and the United Kingdom go to the polls today for a historic referendum that will determine whether or not Britain stays in the European Union. With EU membership at stake, some 24,117 people in Gibraltar are registered to vote today and a high turn-out is expected. The UK’s Electoral Commission’s figures suggest a record

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  • Flag stunt man pleads guilty and admits ‘Gibraltar is British’

    Flag stunt man pleads guilty and admits ‘Gibraltar is British’

    • June 23, 2016

    A far-right campaigner who helped unfurl a giant Spanish flag on the Upper Rock has recognised Gibraltar’s British sovereignty and admitted his conduct could have caused a public disturbance. Juan Ignacio Mínguez Martinez, 53, from Madrid, admitted participating in the ‘politically motivated’ stunt and pleaded guilty to a charge of conduct likely to cause a

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  • A message from the Chief Ministers: Remain

    A message from the Chief Ministers: Remain

    • June 22, 2016

    Last night Gibraltar’s current political leaders urged the community to rally behind Remain. Tonight, in a first for Gibraltar, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo will deliver the same message flanked by his three surviving predecessors in the post. Sir Peter Caruana, Joe Bossano and Adolfo Canepa join Mr Picardo and Gemma Vasquez, the head of the

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  • Feetham punches for Europe

    Feetham punches for Europe

    • June 22, 2016

    GSD Leader Daniel Feetham went a few rounds in the boxing ring this week for the ‘Remain’ campaign as he takes the pro-Europe message to clubs and organisations within the community.  Along with his GSD colleagues Roy Clinton, Trevor Hammond and Lawrence Llamas, Mr Feetham visited the Wellington Front Boxing and Kick Boxing clubs on

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  • Brexit would free Spain to take ‘quite negative’ steps at border – report

    Brexit would free Spain to take ‘quite negative’ steps at border – report

    • June 22, 2016

    A UK exit from the European Union would enable Spain to impose ‘quite negative’ restrictions on Gibraltarians who reside in Spain and tough controls at the border, even to the point it could be legally closed. That is the stark analysis of a Spanish professor in international law and relations who prepared a report on

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