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Feb 22 - UK Environment Experts In Gibraltar For Brexit Discussions

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Feb 22 - Gibraltar Mental Welfare Society Holds Public Meeting

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Feb 22 - Global Sound Movement To Put On Interactive Exhibition At The Magazine Studio Theatre

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Feb 22 - Padel Tournament Raises Over £300 For Childline

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Feb 22 - Government Says Together Gibraltar Concerns On School Parking Are "Misguided"

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Feb 22 - Mayor Seeks Historical Images Relating To City Hall And Mayoralty

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Feb 22 - Government Says GSD Is "Out Of Touch" On Education

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Feb 21 - Government “Disappointed” By Unite’s Decision To Organise Demonstration

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Dec 27 - 2018 Politics Year In Review

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By Mark Montegriffo

I began January of 2018 by asking whether this would be the year that we talk about greater equality in Gibraltar. This seemed out of step with reality at the time. After all, Brexit was anticipated to be all-consuming, leaving no space in the public discourse for anything unrelated. As it happens, Brexit in 2018 has brought fewer developments and detail than most were hoping for. The House of Commons remains in gridlock and British politics is so unstable that it hardly bears consideration...if only for the sake of personal sanity, in the absence of national and political sanity. We learned that soft Brexit isn't actually a thing. The almost universally criticized Chequers deal was the last bastion of softitude. It was a false choice all along. In reality, it was always no deal or no Brexit. Shame the pundit class (and shame myself for that matter) for thinking that a compromise was ever possible. So misplaced was our faith that, with hindsight, we only have our own well-intentioned naïveté to blame. 2018 has made it clear that Brexit will be forever unclear. There's no way out except for voting on the thing again now that there are some actual options on the table. But don't be surprised if we slide to a no deal. Have a happy new year. 

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Dec 03 - Military Movements Review: November

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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.

By David Sanchez 

November has certainly made up for recent months by being one of the most varied and interesting for military visitors both afloat and in the air. We have seen plenty of interesting RAF and Royal Navy activity with even the United Kingdom Border Agency paying us one of their now frequent visits. The United States military has also kept up its increased presence on the Rock compared to recent years and this month saw arrivals by units belonging to the United States Navy, Air Force and Army, something not seen here for many years.

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Nov 30 - Nunos @ The Express - Restaurant Review

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By Gastrorob

Whenever I am asked for what, in my opinion, is the best restaurant on the Rock, I unhesitatingly always declare Nunos.

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Nov 09 - Russian Navy Returns To Ceuta

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By David Sanchez

This morning the Russian Navy Slava-class cruiser RFS Marshal Ustinov, accompanied by the replenishment oiler Dubna and the Naval Tug SB406 called in at the port of Ceuta. The vessels proceeded from the Eastern Mediterranean with Marshal Ustinov having taken part in operations in the Syrian theatre. She had entered the Mediterranean on the 11th of August this year in company with the Udaloy class destroyer Severomorsk.

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