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14:13

Gibraltar

Gibraltar downplays the Yellowhammer report, saying it is seriously out of date

Debbie Bartlett

...damning. "Gibraltar, due to the imposition of border checks at its border with Spain (and the knock-on effect of delays from UK to EU), will see disruption to supply of goods (including food), medicines, trans-frontier shipment of waste and delays of 4+ ... hours for at least a few months in the movement of frontier workers, residents and tourists across the border. Prolonged border delays over the longer term are likely to adversely affect Gibraltar's economy. Like the UK mainland, cross-border services ... not have passed all necessary legislation for no deal, opening up potential legal gaps/risks mainly for the Government of Gibraltar. Gibraltar continues to plan for less significant border delays than our Yellowhammer scenario," it reads.

12:29

Gibraltar

Video of border closure exhibition launched

Debbie bartlett

Those who missed the exhibition to mark the 50th anniversary of the border closure can now see it on a video produced by the Gibraltar National Archive. The film can be found on the Archive website www.nationalarchives.gi, together with the video

13:16

Gibraltar

8 June 1969: Franco closes Gibraltar border

DEBBIE BARTLETT

On 8 June 1969 Spain closed the border with Gibraltar. The decision came when General Franco was angered at the prospect of Gibraltar's new Constitution. He feared this would negatively effect Spain's sovereignty claim over the Rock, which had been ... ceded to Britain in perpetuity under the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713. According to the press of the time, which of course was State-controlled, the drastic decision to close the border and cut off all types of communication with Gibraltar was welcomed ... La Línea were also working in shops and as bakers, electricians and mechanics etc in Gibraltar. They all had to leave before the border closed: absolutely nobody was to be allowed to cross, under any circumstances, and all communications and

13:18

National

Extremadura boasts its own Stonehenge

MIGUEL ÁNGEL MARCOS

...the province of Cáceres, close to the border with Toledo, have received an influx of tourists asking after this archaeological treasure. The 'Dolmen de Guadalperal', as this megalithic monument which dates back to between the second and third

13:27

Gibraltar

Exhibition to mark 50 years since the Gibraltar border was closed

DEBBIE BARTLETT

On 8 June 1969 the Spanish authorities closed the border with Gibraltar, beginning years of hardship and separated families which finally came to an end when the frontier was reopened to pedestrians at the end of 1982, and fully in 1985, as a

15:02

Sport

The challenge is equality

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...schools should be so compartmented by gender, when the aim is to encourage good health and have a good time. Visibility is one of the strategies to attract more women to the legendary race between the French border and the capital of Gipuzkoa. For

12:26

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government calms fears after Yellowhammer report

Debbie Bartlett

Yellowhammer contingency plans for a civil emergency, referred to problems arising such as four-hour queues to cross the border, a shortage of food and medicines in Gibraltar and problems with waste disposal. It caused considerable alarm, but the government ... few surprises in store in general on 1 November. With regard to concerns about potential delays at the border, Picardo said in a later statement that Gibraltar has been working with the UK and Spain to address a no-deal situation, especially given

12:45

Gibraltar

As Brexit looms, Gibraltar welcomes the idea of a Tangier trade office

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...that the Tangier trade office plan is not due to fears that the border will be closed after Brexit. A press release issued by the government on Thursday recalls that in 1969, when Franco closed the border, Gibraltar depended on labour and the ... different in that the border is not going to close," says the official statement, referring to Brexit. "The continuation of a fluid border for persons and goods is in the interests of both sides. Gibraltar imports some 1.5 billion euros a year in goods and