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Irregular migration to Spanish coasts falls by 39% after EU and Spain grant €170m to Moroccan authorities
IRREGULAR migration to Spanish coasts has fallen by 39% after the EU and Spain granted €170m to Moroccan authorities in a bid to boost...
‘DON’T PANIC’: Gibraltar Government opens Brexit Information Office in bid to calm Rock ahead of October 31 departure from...
"Things will be very different, there are solutions, but the solutions will involve processes and procedures, which are more complicated"
Brits living in Spain will LOSE their rights if UK fails to give Spanish citizens better protection says Spain’s...
The future of the 365,967 Brits living in Spain will now depend on how the 180,000 Spaniards living in the UK are treated by the British government.
The government has pledged £150m to cover healthcare costs of the 180,000 British nationals living in the EU in the event of a...
Marbella warns that EU countries will be ‘much more demanding’ on the UK and expats post-Brexit as special talks...
MARBELLA is set to hold a series of Brexit talks for British residents after the planned departure date of October 31. The talks will be...
In our exclusive poll of over 2,100 readers, we discovered that an eye-catching 27% still want Britain to leave the union, despite having a potentially detrimental effect on their healthcare, pensions and freedom of movement. Now the expats have had their say.
‘UNITY AND STRENGTH’: With Brexit and Vox on horizon, SDGG’s Richard Buttigieg says Rock stands ‘together’ on Gibraltar National...
“These are the very traits that our forefathers had to rely on to overcome what were extremely difficult years during the frontier closure of 1969”
“We will be fully ready for Brexit, and are leaving in a way that protects the interests of citizens here and in EU member states”
Regina Lankenau zooms in on how the EU helped ensure Spain’s ‘terrible drivers’ are no longer Europe’s worst
TROUBLE BREWING: Spain’s beer producers warn of ‘big impact’ of no-deal Brexit on Spanish drinks sector
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised a ‘do or die’ Brexit if no deal can be agreed with the EU before the October 31 deadline
Gibraltar warns citizens to ‘inform themselves’ ahead of no-deal Brexit but says: “We are better off than UK”
“We voted to remain in the European Union and this is still the preferred position of the Government"
“Boris Johnson ’s reckless, senseless approach to Brexit will leave working families worse off. He must urgently rethink and take no deal off the table”
Outrage as MILLIONS of birds slaughtered by intensive olive farming before being served as TAPAS in Spain’s Andalucia
Millions more songbirds get vacuumed into machinery during intensive night-time harvesting across Spain and Portugal
Virgin Bet launches in Gibraltar just weeks after Bet365 reveals €70 million Brexit plan to leave Rock
VIRGIN Bet has announced its launch in Gibraltar, just a fortnight after Bet365’s Rock exit plan was revealed. The Gamesys Group, which has an office...
The European results saw euro-sceptic parties gain ground and far-right Vox MEPs entered the EU parliament for the first time
Bet365 to relocate 1,000 staff from Gibraltar office to Malta in HUGE €70 million move over Brexit fears
It comes just four years after Bet365 opted to make Gibraltar its main licensing hub
HAPPY BEE-DAY: Bees are disappearing across the planet and Spain, could we be on the brink of ecological Armageddon?
As conservationists around the globe mark World Bee Day on May 20, Claire Leibovich got busy to find out
EU Ministers to discuss the trade of dirty electricity between Spain and Morocco amid links to controversial REE project...
It comes as anti-pylon campaigners wrote to the Minister of Ecological Transition and Spain’s European Commissioner to demand an end to all electrification projects
It comes as bitcoin worth €37 million was stolen by hackers from one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges
It comes despite 99% of Gibraltarians rejecting shared sovereignty with Spain in the 2002 referendum
The law change will mean around 100,000 people who had previously been barred from voting in Spain will have their voting rights restored
The Rock leader also warned the youngsters about the ‘dark days’ of the border closure issued by Fascist dictator General Franco in 1969
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THE European court is set to decide whether airlines should pay out thousands to travellers in lost luggage compensation. Under proposals, flight operators could...
British MEP Claude Moraes, who was removed as the rapporteur on Monday, claimed the move had come after ‘a long campaign of bullying’