The GSD is calling on the Government to state what progress, if any, has been achieved on the increase of limits for qualification of legal aid and assistance as set out in the GSLP’s 2011 manifesto.
Selwyn Figueras, Shadow Minister for Justice, explained that ‘the only progress the Government has made on this agenda is the extension of legal assistance in complex cases involving fraud. That extension currently applies to one case, which is ongoing.
From 0630hrs the 13/02/2014 to 0630hrs the 14/02/2014
2 Reports of Theft
1 Report of Assault occasioning actual bodily harm
1 Report of Criminal damage
After misleading reports contained in Spanish digital media "El Confidencial Digital", OLAF, the European Commission’s anti-fraud office, has today written to that publication as follows:
At the Annual General Meeting of UKOTA (United Kingdom Overseas Territories Association) held on Wednesday 12th February 2014, Gibraltar was elected Chair of UKOTA.
Albert Poggio, the Government’s United Kingdom Representative, will represent the Government of Gibraltar in this role. The other offices of Secretary and Treasurer were taken by the Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands respectively.