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17:53

Gibraltar

Gibraltar under social lockdown to control the coronavirus crisis

Debbie Bartlett

In what he described as the hardest decision he had ever had to make in his political career so far, Gibraltar's chief minister, Fabian Picardo, announced on Sunday afternoon that a "total social lockdown" would begin from 12.01am on Tuesday,

10:31

Gibraltar

Gibraltar goes into "total social lockdown" from Tuesday

Debbie Bartlett

...initial period of 30 days. Fabian Picardo explained that the measure was not being implemented immediately, to give businesses time to organise. He also said it will be reviewed every 48 hours, to assess whether it was still necessary. The terms of

15:44

Gibraltar

Picardo wins Gibraltar general election

Debbie Bartlett

The GSLP-Liberals have won the General Election in Gibraltar that took place on Thursday. The party led by Chief Minister Fabian Picardo has been voted in for a third four-year term with 52.5 per cent of the votes. Picardo received the highest ... this: GSLP MPs: Fabian Picardo, Dr Joseph García, John Cortes, Albert Isola, Sir Joe Bossano, Gilbert Licudi, Steven Linares, Paul Balban, Samantha Sacramento and Vijay Daryanani, who stood for election after former Health minister Neil Costa decided ... turnout for this election was 70.84 per cent, very slightly above the turnout for the last election in 2015 (70.77 per cent). Fabian Picardo recently announced that, if the GSLP-Liberals should win this general election, it would be his last term as GSLP

13:32

Gibraltar

Challenges lie ahead, but Gibraltar will overcome them, says chief minister

Debbie Bartlett

The 2020 New Year message from chief minister Fabian Picardo was upbeat but didn't pull any punches: challenges lie ahead in this Brexit year, and everybody must be ready to do their bit to overcome them. He said logistical problems will ... for any such consequences are already in hand. We will be more than ready by then. Because we have worked and continue to work hard to ensure that Gibraltar is not caught out in any way". Picardo insisted that it is time for the whole population to

17:40

Gibraltar

Chief minister says Boris Johnson expressed his "continued" and "fulsome" support for Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The chief minister of Gibraltar, Fabian Picardo, made a statement to the Gibraltar parliament on Monday about the results of the UK election and the way forward with Brexit, which is expected to take place on 31 January. Fabian Picardo said that ... the Leader of the Opposition, Keith Azopardi, in his response to Mr Picardo’s statement.

10:37

Gibraltar

Picardo and Garcia in London Brexit talks

Debbie Bartlett

Chief minister Fabian Picardo and deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia spent two days in London this week for meetings related to Brexit. The discussions included preparations for a no-deal Brexit in the event that the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement

14:07

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government advises residents not to travel to Spain

Debbie Bartlett

...minister, Fabian Picardo, said the Gibraltar government was clarifying with Spanish colleagues that people coming to work in Gibraltar could continue to do so in the normal way. There have been no further updates on this issue since then. Avoid travel to

15:41

Gibraltar

Popular Gibraltar governor's term of office has come to an end

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...took up the post in January 2016 and in a speech at a reception organised this week the chief minister, Fabian Picardo, said: "Ed and Lorraine took to Gibraltar immediately upon arrival and had no trouble in settling into our close community. The ... sentiments were reciprocated as the people of Gibraltar very soon became fond of them and we took them as ours." Picardo also referred to the excellent relationship between the Governor and the Gibraltar government, saying it had been an easy ride to have

12:26

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government calms fears after Yellowhammer report

Debbie Bartlett

...insisted that it was "out of date" and "wrong". In the statement, and also during interviews with local and international media, chief minister Fabian Picardo pointed out that these were worst-case scenarios which the Gibraltar authorities had themselves ... 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

11:49

Gibraltar

Meetings with Tory top brass raise the profile of Gibraltar issues

DARYL FINCH

Gibraltar's chief minister, Fabian Picardo, and his deputy, Dr Joseph Garcia, have been in London this week in an attempt to raise the profile of Gibraltar issues among the Conservative party top brass. A meeting on Wednesday with current UK ... prime minister, Theresa May, was followed by meetings with the candidates to succeed her as head of the Conservative party, Boris Johnson MP and Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, on Thursday morning. Picardo met May at Downing Street, accompanied by Dr ... Garcia and the Attorney General Michael Llamas. The discussion centred around the Grace 1 tanker and Brexit issues. Picardo also thanked May for her support for Gibraltar during her time in office. The meeting with Jeremy Hunt the following day also

18:51

Gibraltar

Brexit brings a different flag but no immediate change for Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

...government, because during the transition period nothing will change. In the three and a half years since the EU referendum, in which the people of Gibraltar voted overwhelmingly to Remain, chief minister Fabian Picardo has made no secret that he and his ... the transition period was also a critically important achievement for the Rock because it will soften the process and effect of the departure from the EU, as Picardo pointed out in his New Year Message. For the authorities, of course, this is just

15:46

Gibraltar

New Spanish government may have different attitude, says Gibraltar's chief minister

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar government has welcomed the successful vote-of-no-confidence which led to Pedro Sánchez becoming Spanish prime minister. Chief minister Fabian Picardo told parliament this week that “the importance of that political change in Spain at ... this time in our history, cannot be underestimated”. As the leader of the Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party and as chief minister, Picardo wrote immediately to the new Spanish leader to congratulate him, and expressed his wish for dialogue,

10:56

Gibraltar

Chief minister meets with president of the Mancomunidad

Debbie Bartlett

...the Gibraltar government, and among the matters discussed were Brexit, the border, waste disposal and other items of mutual interest. Fabian Picardo then hosted a working lunch for Juan Lozano.

16:03

Gibraltar

Further top level talks between Gibraltar and UK over Brexit

Debbie Bartlett

The chief minister, Fabian Picardo, and deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia held another meeting in London to discuss Brexit on Wednesday, this time in Downing Street with Dominic Raab, the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, and

11:24

Gibraltar

Deputy chief minister reveals details of "bilateral dialogue with Spain"

Debbie Bartlett

...talks with the UK because they said they do not recognise Gibraltar as an authority in its own right, this is being seen as very positive news, and it was backed up by chief minister Fabian Picardo in a TV interview this week, when he explained that the ... "absolutely no concession whatsoever". Picardo also warned that the next six weeks will be crucial in the Brexit negotiations between the UK and EU: "There will be peaks and troughs," he said, "good news and bad news in the media. This is a time of

11:54

Gibraltar

Chief minister of Gibraltar pays first official visit to La Línea, with Brexit on the agenda

Debbie Bartlett

Chief minister Fabian Picardo paid his first official visit to La Línea on Thursday morning, for discussions with the mayor of the Spanish town, Juan Franco. Picardo, who was accompanied by Gibraltar's deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia, also ... signed the town's 'Book of Honour' before joining the mayor and members of La Línea council for lunch. During the visit Picardo called for a special fiscal regime for La Línea, above all to enable the town to host the online gaming firms that could ... abandon the Rock after Brexit. This was not the first time the two men had met. Juan Franco has visited the chief minister in Gibraltar in the past and has spoken about the cordial relationship between them, but it was the first time Picardo had been

13:46

Gibraltar

Chief minister speaks about Brexit and the Campo de Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Brexit in San Roque (Cadiz) this week and, especially, yesterday when Fabian Picardo, the chief minister, gave a talk on how Britain's withdrawal from the EU would affect not only Gibraltar but the Campo de Gibraltar area as well. The large room was ... immediate statement by Señor Margallo, Spain's Foreign Minister, who appeared on television screens all over the world explaining that within four years the Spanish flag would be flying over Gibraltar. Populism, pure and hard." Picardo stressed that

13:14

Gibraltar

Gibraltar sends tax transparency message at OECD meeting in Paris

Debbie Bartlett

The chief minister Fabian Picardo, financial secretary Albert Mena, commissioner for income tax, John Lester and finance centre director Jimmy Tipping attended the 10th anniversary meeting of the Global Forum of the Organisation for Economic ... Gibraltar, which is on the OECD White List, has been working with the organisation for more than a decade and is a signatory to the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance. This, Picardo said, had put them in a good place to show the