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Dec 14 - Gibraltar Port Authority's Longest Serving Member Of Staff Retires

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Dec 14 - Alex Tipping Undertakes Gold Residential Project

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Dec 14 - Government: GSD Lack Credibility On Fishing As They Entered Into “Illegal Agreement”

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Dec 13 - British Forces Gibraltar Raise £765 For Movember Foundation

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Dec 13 - Government Receives Over 100 Responses To Abortion Command Paper

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Dec 13 - GSD Echoes Pollution Concerns From Residents Near North Mole Power Station

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Oct 02 - On The People's Vote

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By Mark Montegriffo

It's conference season for the UK's political parties. Save for the image of Prime Minister's May holding a Gibraltar national team football shirt, memorable moments have been scarce. The Liberal Democrats can be safely forgotten. Conservatives continue to be split down the middle on Europe and Brexit. Similarly, Labour are focusing on the crucial issues of poverty and austerity, but still can't crack the Brexit nut. On the constitutional crisis of our time, it is unclear what the concrete direction of either party is set to be - it is a purgatory of eternal uncertainty.

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Oct 01 - Military Movements Review - September

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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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Sep 20 - The Brexit Bilateral - Good News For Gibraltar?

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By Mark Montegriffo

Spain's Foreign Minister, Josep Borrell, is a largely well-respected diplomat with intellectual clout. With the PSOE government replacing the PP after corruption investigations, the main office holders of the new administration already had a lot on its plate as it is in needing to distance itself from the politics of their predecessor. Add on to this the issue of Brexit, Spain's role in the refugee crisis, managing secessionist tensions in Catalonia, as well as domestic economic recovery. The government is also cycling on a tightrope until the next election with their lack of a strong parliamentary majority. In summary, they have two years to exceed expectations in a critical political climate for Spain. But is anything in it for us?

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Sep 04 - Military Movements Review: August

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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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