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Apr 25 - Abortion Bill Published - Terminations To Be Allowed In Limited Circumstances Up To 12 Weeks

Apr 25 - Abortion Bill Published - …

The Government has publis...

Apr 25 - Chief Minister Gives Talk To La Linea Students

Apr 25 - Chief Minister Gives Talk …

The Chief Minister, Fabia...

Apr 25 - Island Games Stamps Issued

Apr 25 - Island Games Stamps Issued

The Government and the Gi...

Apr 25 - Together Gibraltar To Hold Event At Stay Clean Charity

Apr 25 - Together Gibraltar To Hold…

Together Gibraltar will b...

Apr 25 - Luke Stagnetto To Stand In European Parliament Elections

Apr 25 - Luke Stagnetto To Stand In…

Twenty year old Gibraltar...

Apr 25 - Six Cadets Attend Band Camp

Apr 25 - Six Cadets Attend Band Cam…

Over the Easter break, a ...

Apr 25 - Together Gibraltar Say Government Is "Losing Their Grip" On Industrial Relations

Apr 25 - Together Gibraltar Say Gov…

Together Gibraltar have s...

Apr 25 - Kitchen Studios To Exhibit At GEMA Gallery

Apr 25 - Kitchen Studios To Exhibit…

Kitchen Studios is to cel...

Apr 25 - ESG To Hold Public Meeting At John Mackintosh Hall

Apr 25 - ESG To Hold Public Meeting…

The ESG says it will be h...

Apr 24 - Youth Service Initiative For Young Adults With Learning Difficulties

Apr 24 - Youth Service Initiative F…

The Gibraltar Youth Servi...

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Apr 04 - Climate Emergency

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By Mark Montegriffo

Any haste in tackling the disgraceful state of our climate is welcome. But the Climate Emergency only goes so far. It lacks substance in policy terms and it lacks an attempt at reflecting on an honest story why sufficient action has not been taken. Conveniently, the story surrounding the degradation of the climate is the same in every part of the world: elite economic interests do not align with measures to save the planet.

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Apr 01 - Military Movements Review - March

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YGTV’s article series continues - each month, David Sanchez will review military visits to the Rock. Drawing on his in-depth knowledge and photographic skills, the articles will provide readers with valuable background facts to the aircraft and vessels that pop into the Rock.

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Mar 29 - Why is Parliament Afraid of Democracy? – People’s Vote v Ministerial Votes

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By Samuel Marrache

Flying back from London to Gibraltar for the Easter break a day before the date that was meant to see the UK leave the European Union had me thinking – given the recent events in relation to Brexit and the stalemate which Parliament is in, why do MPs seem so reticent to put the question back to the people?

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Mar 28 - Parliamentary Sovereignty In Action

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By Mark Montegriffo

For almost three years, the UK government has faced an impasse over Brexit. Leadership on arguably the defining crisis of 21st century Britain has not been apparent. The past week in Brexit has seen an extension of the withdrawal deadline, a petition that proposed the revocation of Article 50 reaching six million signatures, and a march in London attended by over a million people in support of a second referendum on EU membership. Then yesterday happened...

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