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15:30

Opinion

Tradition

POLLY RODGER BROWN

Whizz. Whoosh. Bang! Last weekend the customary peace of the English countryside in autumn was punctured by explosions and the darkness of the night skies around us filled with trailing fluorescent stars. November 5th is one of the most popular and

14:49

LifeStyle

Reliving the golden age of rock and roll and a subculture that took on the Establishment

Tony Bryant

...the bank. Colin and his generation were at the forefront of a new style, beat and ethos that would take Britain into a brighter and more confident future. His recently published book tells the story of a young man bearing witness to one of the ... greatest decades Britain ever knew. From his last day at school to supporting some of the era's most iconic groups with his band, The Candles, Colin recalls this exciting period with the utmost precision. “I have a very good memory and I have always

18:06

Opinion

Holiday

POLLY RODGER BROWN

...air traffic controller strikes and stagnant wages - Britain in July, August and now September has become more crowded than ever. Every coastal town and resort, every Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, every National Park has been full to bursting ... islanders can return to farming, fishing, knitting and driving home on quiet roads. Here in Suffolk we can now visit the coast and Southwold (which has just been voted Britain's best seaside resort much to our horror) without wading through the hoards of

11:56

LifeStyle

Craft beer in a champagne bottle

VANESSA MELGAR

Britain, among other countries. “I am receiving the biggest orders from abroad,” she admitted and said that 50 per cent of products are sold outside Spain. At present, the brewery produces around 1,500 litres per month, although this figure varies

14:39

Local

"It's just a matter of waiting now"

charles dowles malaga

Six flights leaving from Malaga airport were cancelled on Monday as a result of the airline Monarch announcing that it had ceased all operations with immediate effect. Flights from the Costa del Sol to London Luton, Birmingham, London Gatwick and Man

14:33

Gibraltar

UK Armed Forces Minister visits Gibraltar

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Britain's Minister for the Armed Forces, Mark Lancaster, began a two-day familiarisation visit to Gibraltar on Wednesday, which included meetings with chief minister Fabian Picardo, deputy governor Nick Pyle and services personnel stationed on the

15:27

Gibraltar

Britain's former attorney general on fact-finding tour of Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Britain’s former attorney general, Dominic Grieve, made a short visit to Gibraltar last week, following previous contact with the attorney general of the Rock, Michael Llamas. After a meeting with the chief minister, Fabian Picardo, Grieve was

18:06

LifeStyle

16 June 1779: Spain declares war on Great Britain

Tony Bryant what happened today?

The Great Siege of Gibraltar, the longest siege ever endured by the British Armed Forces, began after Spain officially declared war on Great Britain on 16 June, 1779. The siege was an unsuccessful attempt by Spain and France to capture Gibraltar ... from the British during the American War of Independence (1775 -1783). The war began as a conflict between Great Britain and its North American colonies, but by 1779 both Spain and France had offered their allegiance to America. France had already ... declared war on Britain in 1778, and in April 1779, they, along with Spain, signed the Treaty of Aranjuez. Spain declared war on Great Britain in 1779 and, together with France, set about recovering lost territory. Spain's main goal, as it was in the

15:06

National

UK ambassador tells hoteliers that sickness bug law will change

The British ambassador to Spain, Simon Manley, has written to bosses in the Spanish tourism industry to keep them up to date on the steps that the UK government is taking to tackle fraudulent sickness claims. Britain’s relations with Spanish ... many millions a year. Closing loopholes In his letter to soothe local nerves, Manley said that recent measures to tighten up the law showed “how seriously [the UK] takes the issue”. It laid out the recent announcement by Britain’s justice ministry