Following the announcement that Barclays has made today, Unite the union have said that they feel that this is a “very sad day not only for its employees, but also the Gibraltar community as a whole.”
After a thorough review of its presence in Gibraltar, Barclays Bank has announced that it will no longer be offering local banking services in the future and that, as from October next year, it will close its Main Street branch.
The GSLP Youth Section would like to congratulate all six students who have been selected to travel to the United Nations Committee of 24 - New York and Washington, under the program which was promised in the GSLP manifesto in 2011. This is, they say, another example of how the Government, is continually fulfilling Manifesto commitments which, in turn, are having “huge positive effects on the people of Gibraltar.”
Media – Police Reports
From 0700hrs the 01/10/2013 to 0700hrs the 02/10/2013
2 Reports of Theft
1 Report of Burglary
3 Persons arrested for Possession of a commercial quantity of cigarettes