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Feb 22 - McCluskey: No Deal Brexit Would Be “Serious Blow” For Gibraltar

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Feb 22 - Gibraltar Careers Fair Next Week

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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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Feb 18 - GSD Say Spanish Navy Vessel Incident Is A Sign Of "Unchanging Times"

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The GSD say the footage of a Spanish navy vessel seeking to assert jurisdiction and control over Gibraltar territorial waters is a sign of "unchanging times".

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Feb 18 - Government: Opposition Have “Misrepresented” Government Tendering Process

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The Government says it has noted “with amazement” the proposals made by the Opposition for the award and supervision of public contracts. Number Six says the GSD does not seem to have realised that much of what they propose is already happening and that some of it is “commercially impossible” to do.

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Feb 18 - No Deal Brexit – UK Government Guarantees EU Funding Programmes In Gibraltar

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In November, the European Union and the United Kingdom concluded the terms of an agreement for the orderly departure of the UK from the European Union. Gibraltar was part of that agreement. The Withdrawal Agreement includes a transitional phase until the end of 2020, which also covers Gibraltar.

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Feb 14 - Gibraltar Continues No Deal Brexit Preparations

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The Gibraltar and United Kingdom Governments have met again in Gibraltar in preparation for our departure from the European Union. This meeting centred on plans for no deal Brexit, which means leaving without the Withdrawal Agreement that was concluded between the UK and the EU in November.

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Feb 14 - Liberals Discuss Employment Issues With Unite

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Liberal Party representatives have held “friendly discussions” with Unite the Union, at their invitation, on employment and training matters.

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Feb 14 - Number Six: GSD “Comes Round To Government Thinking” On UN And Decolonisation

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The Government says it notes that the Leader of the GSD, Keith Azopardi, has said that Gibraltarian leaders should continue going to the United Nations and to its various committees to pursue decolonisation. Number Six says this represents a “major U-turn” from the policy that the GSD had defended when they were in office after the 2006 Constitution had been agreed.

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Feb 13 - GSD Unsatisfied With Lloyds Bank's Departure

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The GSD say reports confirming Lloyds Banking Group’s decision to close its Gibraltar operations is "unwelcome news".

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Feb 13 - GSD Proposes New System For The Award And Supervision Of Public Contracts

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The GSD has said that, if elected, it will introduce a new system for the award and management of public contracts. This system will aim to ensure that contracts are “fairly and transparently” allocated and will “reduce the risk of abuse.” The system would apply to all public service contracts and also to companies wholly owned or controlled by the Government - such as GJBS - and public authorities or statutory public bodies like the GSLA or GHA.

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Feb 13 - Government: Less Tall Buildings Means Fewer Flats

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In relation to the Hassan Centenary Terrace Development and Planning Commission (DPC) meeting last Monday, the Government says the GSD have "jumped on the bandwagon".

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