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VOX has asked to remove free healthcare for non residents during the state of emergency.
THE coalition government has repealed a law that allowed businesses to dismiss workers if they had accumulated too much medical leave.
One percent of all vehicles are powered to some extent by electricity, in figures released in Parliament recently,
SMUGGLERS will find it harder than ever to bring tobacco into Spain after the authorities teamed up with wholesalers.
Spain’s conservative PP party funds ‘Cambridge Analytica-style’ dirty ad campaign targeting left wing voters in run-up to election
Advertising was ‘distributed in neighbourhoods that traditionally support the PSOE or United Podemos’
Finally a mass murderer has been moved away from the 30,000 he killed.
WATCH: Gibraltar’s Fabian Picardo FUMING after squad of Spanish officers spotted on the Rock after driving across UK border...
GIBRALTAR is in uproar after a video purporting to show a group of Spanish officers having crossed the border in their car 'without being...
Spain shutting the border would be like ‘cutting off its nose to spite its face’, slams Gibraltar’s deputy commander
Deputy Chief Minister Joseph Garcia said that tightening frontier controls would hurt the Spanish as much as the Rock.
Caretaker Prime Minister only has until next week to secure a deal and form a government after talks with the king and party leaders failed yesterday
Businesses on Spain’s border with Gibraltar asked to shut down in solidarity with Spanish workers in planned Brexit protest
BUSINESSES which operate on Spain's border with Gibraltar have been asked to remain closed during a planned protest against Brexit. The Asctecg group, which represents...
Brexit is making Gibraltar less competitive and a no-deal Brexit will only make things worse, experts warn
Higher costs of imports and exports on September 1 is ‘lumbering the private sector with another tax’, according to the Gibraltar business group.
The bill set to stop a no-deal Brexit is set to pass through the House of Lords on Friday.
We will support the new Mayor in any way we can for the benefit of Mijas and its residents
Known as the 'comeback kid,' the 47-year-old has so far only managed to secure the backing of his own 123 PSOE lawmakers
Newly-elected Brit councillor hopeful of attempts to move past long standing rivalries of Spain’s politics
It comes after Ciudadanos continues to rule out any form of pacts with the PSOE on a national level, while the PSOE refuses to work with the Partido Popular either
Lib Dem leader Vince Cable issues stark Brexit warning for Gibraltar in EXCLUSIVE Olive Press interview
He also insisted he had no regrets about the coalition that brought the Tories and David Cameron to power in 2011
Open letter from PP’s Javier Quero to people of Casares, as he bids to become mayor and ‘return Casares...
Dear Neighbours of Casares, Secadero and Casares Costa,
Vince Cable says Brexit will ‘really hurt’ Gibraltar while Rachel Johnson calls for Article 50 to be revoked
The leader believes the process of Brexit is not going well even though there is currently ‘an anti-Brexit majority in the House of Commons’
Political stability, better health care and expat rights are some of the new year wishes, Bill Anderson hopes for in 2019
VOX number two reveals UK police STILL have search warrant for him after Spanish flag prank in Gibraltar
The former Green Berets soldier claimed he could still be arrested for the act, which was intended to question Gibraltar’s sovereignty
https://twitter.com/msoledadperez/status/1085141318429540352 HUNDREDS of feminist activists have gathered at the Andalucian parliament to protest against the far-right supported government...
It marks the first time a far-right party has had a role in Spanish regional government since Franco died in 1975
Extreme-right party Vox ‘will not support’ Partido Popular and Ciudadanos in Andalucia government unless gender violence law revoked
Vox has slammed the law for treating men as 'second class citizens' but Ciudadanos leader Albert Rivera insisted 'equality is non-negotiable'
As Spain celebrated 40 years of its constitution on Thursday, the study also revealed that a majority of Spaniards would like a vote on the future of the monarchy
The local leader said she would take her seat, even if the opposition parties formed a coalition
It is the first time a far-right Spanish political party has gained seats in a regional election since 1975, when General Franco's death brought the return of democracy