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11:39

Gibraltar

National Day in Gibraltar on 10 September

DEBBIE BARTLETT

Gibraltar's future relationship with the European Union, and also to the referendum held on 10 September 1967 when the people of Gibraltar made it very clear that they wanted to stay British and accept no control from Spain. "On the 10th September 1967 we ... and their love for the very special place in which they live. And as Picardo also said as he concluded his message: "See you in Casemates in 2022, the 55th anniversary of the referendum."

12:26

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's abortion law comes into force

Debbie Bartlett

Following last month's referendum, Gibraltar's new legislation allowing abortion has now come into force. Abortions may be carried out by Gibraltar Health Authority doctors at St Bernard's Hospital in certain, tightly defined circumstances.

12:33

National

New Catalan leader asks for a referendum and an amnesty

SUR

referendum on self-determination and an amnesty for those sentenced for previous separatist disobedience. In addition he said a priority would be the economic and social reconstruction of Catalonia after the pandemic. PM errs towards pardons for

14:54

Gibraltar

Gibraltar votes in favour of a more flexible abortion law

DEBBIE BARTLETT

Gibraltar voted in favour of a more flexible abortion law in a referendum on the Rock on Thursday. Around 62% of voters said 'yes' to a change that will allow termination up to 12 weeks, in the poll that attracted a turnout of little more than 52%. ... substantial risk of fatal foetal abnormality, and where immediate termination is necessary to save the life or prevent grave permanent injury to the physical or mental health of the pregnant woman. The referendum was due to be held in March last year but

10:48

Opinion

A show of support?

Mark Nayler

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has dismissed a case against Spain brought by two Catalan citizens who were seeking condemnation of the Spanish government's intervention in the independence referendum of October 1st 2017 (1-O). Coming just ... on-the-ground research immediately after the referendum and concluded that police had used "excessive force" - although one could argue that, depending on how "excessive force" is defined, it doesn't necessarily amount to a violation of fundamental rights. The

13:16

Opinion

The final judgement

MARK NAYLER

...orchestrators of an illegal independence referendum held in Catalonia in October 2017 (all of whom were granted pardons in June). Such draconian punishments made it plausible to believe that the judges wanted to make examples of these secessionists, especially

12:57

Gibraltar

Gibraltar to hold abortion referendum on 19 March

Debbie Bartlett

The government announced this week that it will propose, in a motion to be tabled in the first session of the new Parliament, that the date for the referendum on legalising abortion will be Thursday 19 March 2020. This will be a vote on the ... or not it should come into force. Chief minister, Fabian Picardo said, "For the new GSLP Liberal administration, the referendum on the abortion issue is a priority. We consider, as we have explained on many occasions, that changes to the current

19:39

Gibraltar

Commonwealth office now open in Gibraltar, five years after the Brexit vote

Debbie Bartlett

...and overseas territories with 2.4 billion people. As soon as the EU referendum was announced by the UK government, Gibraltar began looking at the possible consequences of a Leave vote and investigated what its options would be, and Dr Garcia said at ... of the EU referendum, saying that it had worked tirelessly with many public servants in those five years to successfully avoid the very many and real risks that Gibraltar was facing after the Brexit referendum, "including the many 'no deal Brexit' ... referendum". Chief Minister Fabian Picardo also said this week that Gibraltar is in good shape five years on, especially with the potential agreement about the relationship with the EU, but "I will always remember the day of the referendum and the