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One night on the Costa del Sol: a true crime story of rape, murder and wrongful conviction – New Statesman


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One night on the Costa del Sol: a true crime story of rape, murder and wrongful conviction
New Statesman
On 2 September 2003, a Dutchman named Romano van der Dussen walked to the beach in Fuengirola, a resort on Spain’s Costa del Sol. It was noon, and the high-rise apartment blocks along the seafront shimmered in the heat. Van der Dussen opened a …

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One night on the Costa del Sol: a true crime story of rape, murder and wrongful conviction – New Statesman


New Statesman

One night on the Costa del Sol: a true crime story of rape, murder and wrongful conviction
New Statesman
On 2 September 2003, a Dutchman named Romano van der Dussen walked to the beach in Fuengirola, a resort on Spain’s Costa del Sol. It was noon, and the high-rise apartment blocks along the seafront shimmered in the heat. Van der Dussen opened a …

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Remembering the great Darcus Howe, Gibraltar’s phoney war, and cricket’s brain freeze – New Statesman


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Remembering the great Darcus Howe, Gibraltar’s phoney war, and cricket’s brain freeze
New Statesman
The threat to the Rock is not that Spain will invade but that it will close the border, stop people and goods from crossing and strangle Gibraltar’s economy. If the Brexiteers stick (as it were) to their guns, they will be supporting a war to retain
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Remembering the great Darcus Howe, Gibraltar’s phoney war, and cricket’s brain freeze – New Statesman


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Remembering the great Darcus Howe, Gibraltar’s phoney war, and cricket’s brain freeze
New Statesman
The threat to the Rock is not that Spain will invade but that it will close the border, stop people and goods from crossing and strangle Gibraltar’s economy. If the Brexiteers stick (as it were) to their guns, they will be supporting a war to retain

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Defend Gibraltar? Better condemn it as a dodgy tax haven – The Guardian


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Defend Gibraltar? Better condemn it as a dodgy tax haven
The Guardian
Fortunately, there was a solution: Gibraltar. The then-FSB chief flew into the British territory, hopped on a boat and entered Spain illegally, on perhaps as many as five occasions. Russian spooks are not the only thing Gibraltar has smuggled across
Forget the 1950s, Tories threatening Spanish with an Armada over Gibraltar will take Britain back to the 1590sMirror.co.uk
Tea, biscuits, and exceptionalism: The curious performative Britishness of GibraltarNew Statesman
‘Give us our own Westminster MP’ Gibraltar pleads to BritainExpress.co.uk
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Tea, biscuits, and exceptionalism: The curious performative Britishness of Gibraltar – New Statesman


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Tea, biscuits, and exceptionalism: The curious performative Britishness of Gibraltar
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Gibraltar is in many ways an anthropologist’s paradise, a surreal case study which encapsulates the current crisis of British identity being played out through Brexit. Out of sight and out of mind in the Costa Del Sol, British overseas territory was
Brexit battle over Gibraltar sees interest in holidays to the British territory almost TRIPLEThe Sun
Gibraltar Brexit wrangle opens old woundsChurch Times
The delightful oddness of GibraltarCatholic Herald Online
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Tea, biscuits, and exceptionalism: The curious performative Britishness of Gibraltar – New Statesman


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Tea, biscuits, and exceptionalism: The curious performative Britishness of Gibraltar
New Statesman
Gibraltar is in many ways an anthropologist’s paradise, a surreal case study which encapsulates the current crisis of British identity being played out through Brexit. Out of sight and out of mind in the Costa Del Sol, British overseas territory was
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John Bew: the Gibraltar row shows “the balance of power” is back in European affairs – New Statesman


John Bew: the Gibraltar row shows “the balance of power” is back in European affairs
New Statesman
The dispute followed the release of guidelines by the European Council that offered Spain a de facto veto over any settlement on the future of Gibraltar (thereby throwing a territorial disagreement into the Brexit divorce proceedings). The former

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Gibraltar is a sideshow – why isn’t May focusing on Northern Ireland? – New Statesman


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Gibraltar is a sideshow – why isn’t May focusing on Northern Ireland?
New Statesman
Has Spain planted its flag in the Rock of Gibraltar? Well, no, but anyone who’s so much as looked at a television this weekend could be forgiven for assuming so. As with so much of the Brexit debate, the contention is prosaic and the consequences
At least two thirds of voters would oppose paying EU ‘exit bill’ of £10bn or more, poll suggests – as it happenedThe Guardian (blog)

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