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What the UK General Election means for the Gibraltar property market – Gibraltar Chronicle


Gibraltar Chronicle

What the UK General Election means for the Gibraltar property market
Gibraltar Chronicle
Yesterday's announcement was another surprise in the world of politics. So what will be the impact on the Gibraltar property market? Since the referendum, the Gibraltar property market has been remarkably resilient. Within a week of last year's shock

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Michael Howard accused of ‘absurd jingoism’ over Gibraltar threat – Politics live – The Guardian (blog)


The Guardian (blog)

Michael Howard accused of ‘absurd jingoism’ over Gibraltar threat – Politics live
The Guardian (blog)
… accelerated headlong into “surreal/barmy” territory as Lord Howard, a former Conservative party leader and former home secretary, suggested that the government should threaten the use of military force to protect the interests of Gibraltar as

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Gibraltar voted 96% Remain – but now Brexit makes it vulnerable to Spanish aggression – Politics.co.uk


Politics.co.uk

Gibraltar voted 96% Remain – but now Brexit makes it vulnerable to Spanish aggression
Politics.co.uk
A large grey cloud is clinging to the Rock as I sit in the departure lounge at Gibraltar airport. It seems fitting. During my two day fact-finding trip, funded by the Gibraltar government, I have been impressed by the warmth, the can-do attitude and

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Sir Peter reflects on politics and his return to the law – Gibraltar Chronicle


Gibraltar Chronicle

Sir Peter reflects on politics and his return to the law
Gibraltar Chronicle
“That of course gave me credibility for what I really want to do, which is to always be available to the Government of Gibraltar to help and advise whenever I can and whenever it becomes in the interest of Gibraltar, which is what I quietly do behind

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Spain must act intelligently in its approach to Gibraltar, says foreign minister – MercoPress


MercoPress

Spain must act intelligently in its approach to Gibraltar, says foreign minister
MercoPress
Spain’s Foreign Minister, Alfonso Dastis, said that he believed Gibraltar should be Spanish, though he added Spain must be intelligent in its approach to the Rock. He was speaking during a wide-ranging interview on the morning politics show Los

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Dastis wants ‘intelligent’ approach to Gibraltar – Gibraltar Chronicle


Gibraltar Chronicle

Dastis wants ‘intelligent’ approach to Gibraltar
Gibraltar Chronicle
Spain’s Foreign Minister, Alfonso Dastis, said yesterday that he believed Gibraltar should be Spanish, though he added Spain must be intelligent in its approach to the Rock. He speaking during a wide-ranging interview on the morning politics show Los …

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Black Choreographers Festival returns with passion and politics – The Mercury News


The Mercury News

Black Choreographers Festival returns with passion and politics
The Mercury News
The Flamenco Society of San Jose is presenting “Andalucia,” a dance/concert extravaganza featuring Spanish artists, including dancer Antonio Molina, vocalist Felipa del Moreno and guitarist Manuel Valencia. And at Z Space performance complex in San …

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Ed Balls rules out running in Labour by-election as he prepares for Strictly Come Dancing tour – Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

Ed Balls rules out running in Labour by-election as he prepares for Strictly Come Dancing tour
Telegraph.co.uk
Ed Balls has ruled out standing in the latest Labour by-election in order to take part in next year’s Strictly Come Dancing tour. The former shadow chancellor said he was not planning a return to politics after a backbencher quit and triggered a by
Ed Balls dresses up as Father Christmas – and rules out return to politics in the Copeland by-electionMirror.co.uk
Labour’s Ed Balls ducks out of by-election in favour of joining Strictly Come Dancing tourThe Sun

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