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People not fooled on power failure, claims GSD – Gibraltar Chronicle


People not fooled on power failure, claims GSD
Gibraltar Chronicle
The GSD Opposition believe the Government’s attempts to simply blame the GSD for the failure of works to commence on the new station will not wash with the citizens and businesses in Gibraltar, who are tired of the constant power cuts. In a statement
GSD unhappy with power station’s progressEuro Weekly News

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US politicians highlight Gibraltar’s right to self-determination – Gibraltar Chronicle


The Maritime Executive

US politicians highlight Gibraltar’s right to self-determination
Gibraltar Chronicle
Resolution 738 acknowledges the fact that Gibraltar’s citizens have “freely and democratically” expressed their desire to remain British in two referenda. It also notes the Rock’s long military links with the US, including its role as the Launchpad for
US politicians back Gibraltar’s British statusEuro Weekly News
Gibraltar demands Governor explain himself!Panorama
Gibraltar Governor Wants More UK Naval SupportThe Maritime Executive
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US politicians back Gibraltar’s British status – Euro Weekly News


The Maritime Executive

US politicians back Gibraltar’s British status
Euro Weekly News
“The United States has relied on Gibraltar’s military facilities numerous times, including America’s first overseas military intervention in 1801 against the Barbary States, World War II, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization intervention in 2011
Gibraltar demands Governor explain himself!Panorama

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NO MEANS NO CAMPAIGN – Supported by Lesley, Costa del Sol, Spain – Euro Weekly News


NO MEANS NO CAMPAIGN – Supported by Lesley, Costa del Sol, Spain
Euro Weekly News
As a daughter, mother and grandmother I felt impelled to write to show my support to your campaign. The years have shown good changes in the UK to improve equality for women, the law changed in 1956, and again in 2003 to bring more accountability to …

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