• Cameron cites Brexit uncertainty and urges Gibraltar to vote

    Cameron cites Brexit uncertainty and urges Gibraltar to vote

    • February 24, 2016

    Prime Minister David Cameron has highlighted the uncertainty that Gibraltar and expatriate Britons would face should the UK vote to leave the EU. During the course of a four-hour debate earlier this week, he urged everyone who was eligible to vote in the referendum to do so. He was responding to a question from Conservative

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  • Deputy Chief Minister in Brussels EU Meetings

    Deputy Chief Minister in Brussels EU Meetings

    • February 23, 2016

    The Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Joseph Garcia, is in Brussels for a series of meetings with the European Commission and in the European Parliament. The timing of the visit, which comes a few days after the conclusion of the negotiations between the United Kingdom and the European Union on Friday, follows the subsequent announcement by

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  • Scouts and Guides find new home for Founders and Thinking Day

    Scouts and Guides find new home for Founders and Thinking Day

    • February 23, 2016

    Over 650 scouts and guides and their leaders joined in the celebrations of Founders Day and Thinking Day on Saturday at the Tercentenary Hall. For Gibraltar’s Chief Scout Governor Edward Davis, it was his first meeting with the young members of the movement, and he was obviously impressed with the “fantastic” turnout. And it was

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  • Gibraltar backs Cameron in lead-up to EU referendum

    Gibraltar backs Cameron in lead-up to EU referendum

    • February 23, 2016

    Gibraltar’s political leaders yesterday reaffirmed their pledge to campaign for Britain to remain in the European Union, vowing to back UK Prime Minister David Cameron ahead of the June 23 referendum. Chief Minister Fabian Picardo, the leader of the GSLP, said there was “no reasonable alternative” for Gibraltar to the certainty of EU membership hand

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  • Clinton tables motion on parliamentary pay

    Clinton tables motion on parliamentary pay

    • February 22, 2016

    Opposition MP Roy Clinton will bring a motion in Parliament calling for salaries, Pensions and other benefits enjoyed by Members of Parliament to be determined by a body independent of Parliament. The motion reads: “This House believes that the Salaries, Pensions and other benefits enjoyed by Members of Parliament should be determined by a body

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  • Resurfaced runway delivered on budget and two weeks early

    Resurfaced runway delivered on budget and two weeks early

    • February 22, 2016

    Works to resurface the runway at the Gibraltar airport have been completed two weeks early and on budget. This, the Commander British Forces Gibraltar Commodore Ian McGhie proudly declared as the runway was formally handed over both himself and the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia by contractors Lagan at a ceremony within the RAF

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