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12:26

Gibraltar

HMS Duncan on a short visit to Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

HMS Duncan was in Gibraltar on Thursday, for a routine logistics visit. This impressive Type 45 destroyer recently sailed from her home port in Portsmouth for a six-month operational deployment. Initially she will be operating in the ... Mediterranean Sea, tasked with providing area air defence to the French aircraft carrier FS Charles de Gaulle as part of their Carrier Strike Group deployment, Groupe Aéronaval (GAN) 19. She will then resume NATO operations as required. HMS Duncan is the

14:31

Local

HMS Duncan docks in Malaga

europa press

The Royal Navy warship HMS Duncan docked in Malaga port on Monday morning after its return to the Mediterranean to take over as Flagship to NATO’s Standing Maritime Group 2 (SNMG2). The Type 45 destroyer left Portsmouth Naval Base on 8 January to ... and military representatives to strengthen defence cooperation between Spain and the UK. The HMS Duncan is the Royal Navy's most modern warship and the sixth and final Type 45 destroyer, launched in October 2010. Commanding Officer of HMS Duncan ... response and real world operational missions. HMS Duncan has a crew of 190 sailors.

15:10

Gibraltar

HMS Duncan visits Gib on her way home

Debbie Bartlett

HMS Duncan is due to arrive in Gibraltar today, 6 July, for a routine engagement visit. This Type 45 destroyer has just completed a very successful seven-month deployment as flagship of NATO's task group in the Black Sea and Mediterranean. She

11:44

Local

HMS Duncan stops in Malaga at start of Nato flagship role in the Mediterranean

I. LILLO / R. HAYNES

The Royal Navy warship HMS Duncan docked in Malaga port last Monday morning on its return to the Mediterranean to take over as flagship to Nato's Standing Maritime Group 2 (SNMG2). The Type 45 destroyer left Portsmouth Naval Base on 8 January to ... with civilian and military representatives to strengthen defence cooperation between Spain and the UK. The HMS Duncan is the Royal Navy's most modern warship and the sixth and final Type 45 destroyer, launched in October 2010. The ship owes its name ... to Adam Duncan (1731 -1804), the admiral who defeated the Dutch fleet off Camperdown on 11 October 1797, a victory that was considered one of the most significant actions in British naval history. In front of the large windows on the ship's bridge

11:04

Local

Malaga hosts 30th anniversary of top UK-Spain diplomatic forum

SUR

...was attending, as was David Lidington, UK Cabinet Office minister, UK Foreign Office minister Sir Alan Duncan and the British Ambassador to Spain, Simon Manley. These conferences are held every year, alternating between venues in the UK and in

14:18

Gibraltar

Theresa May stresses support for Gibraltar on National Day

Debbie Bartlett

...rapturous applause. As usual, the British political scene was well-represented with a cross-party selection of visitors including the Minister for Europe, Sir Alan Duncan. There were also reassuring words from British prime minister Theresa May in a

16:50

Opinion

First class delivery

Peter Edgerton

1. “We've received your order.” 2. “All the information is correct and everything's going swimmingly.” 3. “Mrs Dawkins is processing your order at her desk as we speak. No, wait, she's been distracted by a WhatsApp photo of her grandson, Duncan ... do it online - don't. This is a first class service from the moment you first sit down at your computer and they take you through every step like Mrs Dawkins showing Duncan how to walk, to when you sign for it, quite possibly over a plate of paella

17:44

LifeStyle

The heart of Scottish tradition

Tony Bryant

Robert the Bruce, and of course, Sir James Douglas. Shortly after the group was formed, members visited Teba to pay homage to the Black Douglas and to see the site where the famous battle took place. First visit Duncan Thomson, Chairman of the ... if I would like to go. I said that two men in kilts in the middle of Spain was a big no, but he persuaded me by saying he would take me to the place where Sir James Douglas was killed,” the chairman explains. Duncan immediately fell in love with the ... of the castle at night. As it turns out, we had missed the first Douglas festival by a few days,” Duncan says. The group developed a bond with the town and now they visit every August to commemorate the battle of Teba. This year, twelve members

10:40

Gibraltar

Red, white and proud

Debbie Bartlett

...address the crowds in person.SUR Although the prime minister was not able to give her speech in person, Europe minister Sir Alan Duncan did attend the National Day event and reiterated the British government’s commitment to supporting Gibraltar. He is no