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DLT framework offers flexibility for quality operators, regulator says – Gibraltar Chronicle


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DLT framework offers flexibility for quality operators, regulator says
Gibraltar Chronicle
Gibraltar's new framework for distributed ledger technology [DLT] will offer businesses flexibility to innovate in a fast-moving sector, while ensuring a “regulatory grip” to protect investors and consumers, the Rock's chief regulator said this week

UK and Gibraltar continue engagement on Rock’s post-Brexit future – Gibraltar Chronicle


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UK and Gibraltar continue engagement on Rock’s post-Brexit future
Gibraltar Chronicle
Brexit Minister Robin Walker yesterday reiterated the UK Government’s “firm intention” to ensure Gibraltar’s continued access to the UK markets after Brexit, highlighting work in areas such as financial services, on-line gaming, the environment and the

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Police set sights on ‘subtle’ forms of domestic abuse – Gibraltar Chronicle


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Police set sights on ‘subtle’ forms of domestic abuse
Gibraltar Chronicle
Police would welcome the addition of a new offence to target subtle, non-physical forms of domestic abuse. Behaviours such as isolating a person from their friends or family, or restricting their access to money, are lesser known forms of domestic

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‘I’m more interested in issues than cocktail parties,’ Azopardi says – Gibraltar Chronicle


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‘I’m more interested in issues than cocktail parties,’ Azopardi says
Gibraltar Chronicle
Being the unelected leader of Gibraltar’s main opposition party will not hinder his goal of revitalising the GSD, Keith Azopardi said, while acknowledging the “disadvantage” of not being able to hold the Gibraltar Government directly to account in

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UK and EU clinch Brexit ‘breakthrough’ and move to trade talks – Gibraltar Chronicle


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UK and EU clinch Brexit ‘breakthrough’ and move to trade talks
Gibraltar Chronicle
The announcement in Brussels was cautiously welcomed by the Gibraltar Government, which said it opened scope for a softer Brexit than many were anticipating. “Subject to the full satisfaction and agreement of the representatives of the people of
Brexit ‘breakthrough’ means phase two trade talks can now beginGibraltar Olive Press (blog)
Trade talks will not start until February at earliest, EU tells UKThe Guardian

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