Monday, 20 February, 2017

Laurence Dollimore (Reporter)

Laurence Dollimore (Reporter)
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Spain blocking aviation agreement between UK and EU over Gibraltar demands

GIBRALTAR’S International Airport has become the latest bargaining chip in the upcoming Brexit negotiations. Spain has signaled that it will block Britain’s access to the EU’s single aviation market unless any new terms exclude Gibraltar...

UK Supreme Court overwhelmingly rules parliament must vote to trigger article 50

They ruled against the government by a majority of 8-3

Theresa May to star in US vogue photoshoot

May will be the only UK Prime Minister ever to have featured in the US edition

British Airways calls halt to free on-board food and drink

The airline has pledged that no food will cost more than £5

Huge cannabis haul worth more than £4 million seized by Gibraltar police

The vessel began offloading the drugs into the water

£1,000-prize up for grabs in competition for young artists

All entries will be exhibited at the John Mackintosh Hall

Rock police inspector joins A-listers in honours list

They join the likes of Andy Murray and Victoria Beckham

Language courses for young people launched to increase cultural awareness

The school hopes to promote bilingualism in Gibraltar’s young people

Margaret Thatcher was furious at report into ‘Death on the Rock’ documentary, released files...

The film looked into the shooting and killing of three IRA members by the SAS

Police launch appeal for witnesses of robbery

Police are interested in speaking to two members of the public

Spike in crime over New Year’s but firework embargo a success, say police

The Royal Gibraltar Police were kept busy as festivities went on into the wee hours

New Spanish foreign minister refers to Gibraltar as ‘colony’ as he reignites co-sovereignty rhetoric

Margallo's successor said Spain had 'a particular situation' over Gibraltar

Row breaks out over steep pay rise for the Rock’s top civil servants

Two top civil servants received a 28% pay rise


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