• GSD welcomes UK’s EU deal and will campaign to stay ‘In’

    GSD welcomes UK’s EU deal and will campaign to stay ‘In’

    • February 21, 2016

    The GSD has today welcomed the deal negotiated by the UK with other European states and said it would campaign alongside the Gibraltar Government for Britain to remain within the EU. The GSD said it had followed developments very closely and welcomed the fact that David Cameron had called a referendum for June 23. “It is

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  • Gibraltar pledges ‘full support’ as Cameron seals EU deal

    Gibraltar pledges ‘full support’ as Cameron seals EU deal

    • February 20, 2016

    Chief Minister Fabian Picardo last night pledged Gibraltar’s “full support” for David Cameron’s bid to keep Britain inside the EU, after the Prime Minister agreed a reform deal giving the UK special status within Europe. European leaders said they had agreed on a “fair compromise” deal with which Mr Cameron can campaign to keep Britain

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  • Unsightly

    Unsightly

    • February 20, 2016

    The pavement by Gib V has become an unofficial drop-off point for Morrison’s trolleys.

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  • UN sets up permanent presence on Rock with UNCTAD Centre of Excellence

    UN sets up permanent presence on Rock with UNCTAD Centre of Excellence

    • February 20, 2016

    The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development [UNCTAD] will set up a Centre of Excellence in Gibraltar, conducting training, analysis and research in customs and international trade. Expected to open in April or May it will be based at the University of Gibraltar and will be permanently staffed by a team of four funded

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  • UNCTAD to set up Centre of Excellence in Gibraltar

    UNCTAD to set up Centre of Excellence in Gibraltar

    • February 19, 2016

    The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) will establish a Centre of Excellence in Gibraltar, the Gibraltar Government announced today. HM Customs Gibraltar and UNCTAD have signed a memorandum of understanding and the centre, whcih will be hosted by the University of Gibraltar, is expected to be operational before the summer of this year.

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  • Govt will chase debt into the past

    Govt will chase debt into the past

    • February 19, 2016

    The Gibraltar Government will change the law to enable it to chase old debts which, under current legislation, have expired and cannot be recovered. Draft legislation published yesterday will, once approved by Parliament, remove the six year “limitation period” after which debts cannot be collected. It means that people with historical debts to the government

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