• Chief Minister called as Master of the Bench

    Chief Minister called as Master of the Bench0

    The Chief Minister was called as a Master of the Bench (or ‘Bencher’) of the Middle Temple in London recently. The ceremony was attended by Attorney General Michael Llamas, QC, Puisne Judge Karen Ramagge Prescott and Justine Picardo, herself a barrister and member of the Middle Temple. Mr Picardo now joins Chief Justice Anthony Dudley

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  • Govt slams PP’s ‘confrontational and outdated’ policy on Gib

    Govt slams PP’s ‘confrontational and outdated’ policy on Gib0

    The Gibraltar Government has blasted the Partido Popular’s policy on Gibraltar, labelling it “confrontational and outdated”. The PP’s approach risks undermining the close, positive economic links that exist between Gibraltar and the neighbouring region, No.6 Convent Place said in a statement The Government was reacting to comments made by the party’s controversial former Foreign Minister,

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  • From ‘faceless mandarins to friends’, CM hails UK/Gib relationship

    From ‘faceless mandarins to friends’, CM hails UK/Gib relationship0

    by Brian Reyes in London Brexit has strengthened links between the Gibraltar and UK governments, transforming the “reviled faceless mandarins” of the past into “strong collaborators” and supporters, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo told a top-level reception in London on Monday night. Speaking to an audience of UK ministers and senior officials, British politicians, ambassadors and

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