• Together Gibraltar, a new political party

    Together Gibraltar, a new political party0

    Together Gibraltar is set to become a political party after 86% of its members voted in favour of the motion at a meeting held last night. The party will be spearheaded by founder and Independent MP Marlene Hassan-Nahon. With the general elections due to take place next year, Ms Hassan-Nahon is hoping to put forward

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  • Rajoy resigns: ‘It’s best for Spain’

    Rajoy resigns: ‘It’s best for Spain’0

    Spain’s former Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, resigned from the leadership of the Partido Popular yesterday, as the country’s new Socialist government signalled key cabinet members including the foreign, economy and budget ministers. And in another development that could further complicate the PSOE’s hopes of an orderly minority government, the PP said it was considering torpedoing

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  • GSD takes ‘hard but necessary’ decisions to reunify party

    GSD takes ‘hard but necessary’ decisions to reunify party0

    GSD Leader Keith Azopardi yesterday moved to reunify the party, announcing the “hard but necessary” readmission of Lawrence Llamas as a GSD member and parliamentarian and the co-option of Damon Bossino as a member of the Executive. The move swells the ranks of the GSD to six MPs as the party steers its focus on

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  • Llamas rejoins GSD as Bossino returns to party executive

    Llamas rejoins GSD as Bossino returns to party executive0

    Independent MP Lawrence Llamas has been accepted back into the ranks of the GSD – almost one year after resigning from the party – following a meeting of the GSD executive on Tuesday evening in which former MP Damon Bossino was also co-opted back into the executive. This is according to GBC with party Leader

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  • Spain fails to stop Gibraltar flag from flying in Valencia IAAF Half Marathon

    Spain fails to stop Gibraltar flag from flying in Valencia IAAF Half Marathon0

    This Saturday saw a team of seven athletes attend the IAAF half marathon in Valencia surrounded by controversy before the race begun. After what is understood to have been a political decision by the Spanish authorities the Gibraltar flag was refused to be flown by organisers. The controversial decision soon went public as the GAAA

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