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12:02

Gibraltar

A look back at the Gibraltar news in 2018

Debbie Bartlett

Junta de Andalucía at the Palacio de San Telmo in Seville. Ironically, it was Brexit and its potential impact not only on Gibraltar but also on the nearest area of Spain which brought chief minister Fabian Picardo and Susana Díaz together for talks. The ... will always be slightly higher in Gibraltar than elsewhere. June New Spanish government Following the change to a socialist Spanish government after a motion of no confidence this month, Gibraltar's chief minister Fabian Picardo said "the

13:50

Gibraltar

Incidents at the border during Spanish police protest

DEBBIE BARTLETT

Picardo, said "This demonstration was organised by an association of police officers and was totally unrelated to Gibraltar. It had no place being organised in the vicinity of the frontier. Whilst I always defend an individual's right to peaceful protest,

14:27

Gibraltar

Plans to remember 50th anniversary of Gibraltar border closure

Debbie Bartlett

...history and of the sacrifices made by their forefathers,” said a press release issued by the government this week. During the recent official visit by chief minister Fabian Picardo to La Línea de la Concepción, the Spanish town the other side of the

10:39

Gibraltar

Historic and “positive” meeting with the Junta's president

Debbie Bartlett

...government in Seville, which took place yesterday morning. Ironically it was Brexit, the UK's decision to leave the European Union, and its potential impact on Gibraltar and the nearby area of Spain, which brought chief minister Fabian Picardo and Susana ... government showed that over 13,000 people now live in Spain and work in Gibraltar, 8,167 of whom are Spanish. Many of these jobs depend on the continued fluid flow of people through the land frontier between Gibraltar and Spain. Mr Picardo also referred to ... once the UK is no longer part of the EU. After Thursday's meeting, Mr Picardo said: “This historic first contact at San Telmo has been a positive and constructive one. I believe it is a precursor to potentially working together to ensure the continued

13:53

Gibraltar

Spanish authorities express regret over incidents at Gibraltar border

Debbie Bartlett

...aside matters of state, is to maintain good neighbourly relations with the people of Gibraltar. The Chief Minister, the Hon Fabian Picardo QC MP, said: "This is a welcome statement which rightly apologises for the inconvenience caused to those whose

11:48

Gibraltar

“Delight” at the result of Brexit talks in London

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar government has expressed its “delight” at the result of Brexit meetings between chief minister Fabian Picardo and deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia in London this week. The agreements have been the result of intense discussions

12:17

Gibraltar

Former chief minister Joe Bossano knighted in New Year's Honours

Debbie Bartlett

...leader by the present chief minister, Fabian Picardo. He is currently the Minister for Economic Development, Telecommunications and the Gibraltar Savings Bank. Also honoured by the Queen this New Year is Vijay Kumar , who is to receive an MBE (Most

13:00

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Literary Festival 2017, bigger and better than ever

ASH BOLTON

...was “Just a Minute”, which was a special version of the long running BBC Radio 4 show, where panel members are challenged to speak for one minute without repetition or deviation on any subject that comes up. Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo

16:16

Gibraltar

A space age opening for Skywalk

Debbie Bartlett

...kilometres an hour, and can bear the weight of 340 people, although only 50 are authorised to use it at any time. It is held secure by 70 metres of rock anchors and 30,000 kilos of steel. Gibraltar's chief minister, Fabian Picardo, was at the inauguration