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12:57

Gibraltar

Gibraltar to hold abortion referendum on 19 March

Debbie Bartlett

The government announced this week that it will propose, in a motion to be tabled in the first session of the new Parliament, that the date for the referendum on legalising abortion will be Thursday 19 March 2020. This will be a vote on the ... commencement of the Crimes (Amendment) Act 2019, the Act which the last parliament passed to allow abortion in Gibraltar in certain limited circumstances. Gibraltar is one of the very few places in which abortion is still a crime, and there has been fierce ... or not it should come into force. Chief minister, Fabian Picardo said, "For the new GSLP Liberal administration, the referendum on the abortion issue is a priority. We consider, as we have explained on many occasions, that changes to the current

11:10

Gibraltar

Pro and anti-abortion campaigns stepped up

Debbie Bartlett

The debate continues into Gibraltar's anti-abortion laws and whether they should be changed. Members of the 'No More Shame' pro-choice group are collecting signatures on a petition asking the Gibraltar government to decriminalise abortion, while

14:07

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government advises residents not to travel to Spain

Debbie Bartlett

...to keep their movements in public to a minimum. It also began to send COVID-19 statistics every afternoon by text message to all mobile phone users in Gibraltar. Abortion referendum postponed On Thursday it was announced that the referendum on ... changing the abortion law in Gibraltar, which had been due to take place on 19 March, was to be postponed. On Thursday bars, restaurants and nightclubs were also told that they had to close by 8pm, but this proved ineffective and two days later it was

14:11

Opinion

A step to the right

Mark Nayler

Pedro Sánchez, who leads a Socialist government intent on increasing public spending, amongst other things. If it's not the Spanish economy, what does keep Casado up at night? Abortion laws and Catalan secessionists, it seems. Staying true to his aim ... of representing "everything to the right of the Socialist party", Casado suggested returning to 1985 legislation that rendered abortion illegal, with hardly any exceptions (a law that was cancelled in 2010 by Socialist prime minister Luis Zapatero, ... who legalised no-questions-asked abortion during the first fourteen weeks of pregnancy). The new PP chief also proposed outlawing pro-independence Catalan parties, thus trying to eliminate the secessionist problem at its source. These proposed

14:29

Opinion

Mansplaining

ELENA DE MIGUEL

"I think that it's good for pregnant women to know what they are carrying inside: an autonomous life." Read the sentence again. I don't even want to delve into the ideological issues - that no woman should decide to have an abortion under external

17:24

National

Madrid arrest reopens euthanasia debate

D. CHIAPPE / D. ROLDÁN

"Provoked death is never a solution to conflicts, not in the case of abortion or euthanasia or in any other situation," said the secretary general of the Spanish Episcopal Conference, Luis Argüello. "We must defend life, palliative care and oppose

15:18

National

Electoral breakthrough for far-right Vox

SUR

They want to repeal gender equality legislation, criticising the strength of the feminist movement, and repeal 'historical memory' laws that seek to investigate events under Franco's regime. They are conservative on abortion and pro-family. Some of

09:35

LifeStyle

16 February 1962: A major step towards the recovery of women's rights

Debbie Bartlett What Happened today?

...countries in southern Europe to enfranchise women, abortion was legalised, adultery was no longer treated as a crime and women were given equal access to the labour market. Under the 1931 Pay Law, workers were granted the right to equal pay for the same