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Jun 19 - GHA and ERS Premises To Become ‘Smoke-Free’

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Jun 18 - Together Gibraltar Collect Signatures For Abortion Referendum Petition

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Jun 18 - Pro-Choice Group Launched

Jun 18 - Pro-Choice Group Launched

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Jun 18 - Promotion At The Port Authority

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Jun 18 - “Upskirting” To Be Made A Criminal Offence In Gibraltar

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Jun 18 - Ministry Of Culture Announce Artists For Next Installation of Street art

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Jun 18 - Interreg SUDDOE Hold Events In Brussels

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Jun 18 - Special Olympics Gibraltar To Hold 33rd National Games This Week

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Jun 18 - Man Jailed For Cocaine Importation

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Jun 18 - Analysing Populism In Gibraltar

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By Mark Montegriffo

Populism is one of those words that has enjoyed a re-emergence in common usage, and therefore, a re-visiting of its analysis at an academic level. The reason for this, of course, is the re-emergence of the phenomenon itself in the political world. In the 1990s after the Berlin Wall collapsed and the western democratic bloc rejoiced, there was a lofty idealism about the future (ironically many capitalists accuse leftists of ‘idealism’). Fukuyama infamously wrote that liberal capitalist democracies would bring the ‘end of history’ – we have reached our apex of civilisation and we’re not going down from here. This could not have been more wrong. The contradictions of world politics have plunged us into a new start of history.

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Jun 15 - The Things We Say - The Weird And Wonderful Llanito

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By Alex Menez

 

This is about things we say that we think are normal but really aren’t…

Have you ever been in a shop outside of Gibraltar and asked for a size 6 1/2 of their Nike Air Rubbershoes? Well then you’re in the right place. 

Today I’m gonna have a wander through our oddest English terms than don’t make any sense in actual English but, instead, are just some super odd Llanito slang. 

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Jun 15 - World Cup Wallies

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By Stefano Blanca Sciacaluga

The World Cup Russia 2018 Sochi Olympic Mystery Game has started and I know it has because I can already hear the whispers of women all over Gibraltar complaining about having to do everything alone around the house because “Dagla está pegao al television todo el santo día”, it’s not like she gets any help from el Dagla anyway, que no ha pegao un palo al agua en cinco años, pero lo que molesta es que hay partido at the same time as Sálvame.

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Jun 14 - Pig Farms And Online Debate: The Perils Of Being A Digital Self

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By Giordano Durante

In March, the New York Times published a lengthy article on Erik Hagerman, a man who, following the election of Donald Trump, retired from the online world and now lives in digital silence alone on a pig farm in south-eastern Ohio.

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