Friday, 21 July, 2017

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Why should Gibraltarians have to repeatedly remind others that they are...

What other group of people are so regularly forced to proclaim their nationality?

Don’t prejudice thousands of Gibraltar jobs by using border as ‘choke...

THE UK's only continental border is with the Southern Andalucian town of La Linea de la Concepcion, which developed as a dormitory town for...

How the European Union may have been holding us back

The British decision of the 23rd of June 2016 it could well be that the dismantling of the EU as we currently know it could well be a liberation, a release of the pent-up energies of the European people and a challenge and opportunity

Donner Und Blitzen! Britain should look out for Brexit thunder and...

Brexit has caught Germany in a vulnerable position
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The knock-on effects of the Brexit vote in Gibraltar

Encouraging noises coming from various political leaders, but more must be done

How the economies of the UK and Gibraltar are coping with...

Threat to Gibraltar’s economy may have little to do with Brexit

So what of European ‘citizenship’?

Can the individual rights of 64 million UK citizens be made to disappear?

Is the EU really in a position to face down the...

The likes of Germany and Spain rely on UK investment
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Can Parliament stop Brexit?

How MPs could side-step the referendum result

Why is Greenland relevant to Brexit?

What we can learn from Greenland’s set up

Exclusive: GRFU denied membership of Rugby Europe after secret lobbying

SECRET Spanish lobbying has scuppered Gibraltar’s bid to join governing body Rugby Europe, the Olive Press can reveal. Jose Maria Epalza, Rugby Europe’s Spanish treasurer...

Referendum mania: The eurozone economy is not out of the woods...

  “WELL”, said my Dutch colleague (for I remain ensconced in Sovereign’s Amsterdam office for just a little while longer), “what do you reckon to...

Hit the books, boys!

Boys may pretend they never work, but there are some things they should know

Going Dutch: A Gibraltar businessman in Amsterdam

Ian Le Breton discovers what Amsterdam thinks of Gibraltar in his bid to promote the Rock abroad

2016: The good, the bad and the oily

The only certainty for 2016 is that we’re living in a time of great uncertainty…

All for the Commonwealth cause

The recent Commonwealth meeting was a roaring success

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