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Jan 16 - Demolishing The Guard House – Opinion Piece

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By Richard Labrador MBE

British Forces Gibraltar has taken advantage of a weak Gibraltar Heritage Trust (GHT) in order to demolish the only remaining building which used to comprise the old Dockyard North Gate (the other buildings were demolished back in the 1980s by the then GSLP government).

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Jan 16 - A House In Disorder: Spain’s Ailing Democracy

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By Mark Montegriffo

With back-to-back general elections, and the lingering prospect of a third in quick succession, Spain’s national politics is perhaps at its weakest since its transition to democracy. The bipolarity of power between the PSOE and the PP has strangled the state into inertia. Like so many other western democracies since the global financial crash, economic and regional fragility has exposed fault lines both within and outside the two main parties. Populists on the Left and Right have sought to benefit from dissatisfaction with the traditional powers and the scandalous corruption of the system they have been perpetuating. But that very system could soon be on life support.

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Jan 11 - #InstagrammersOfGibraltar - @themusclebaker

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Every Wednesday YGTV will cast the spotlight on a local Instagrammer, with a few details about the person behind the photos and, in turn, who they follow.

If you would like to be one of YGTV's #InstagrammersOfGibraltar, contact us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Jan 09 - The Spectre Of Hard Brexit

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By Mark Montegriffo

The game of politics should be to always acknowledge that the status quo is finite, to repudiate the advances of an authority that does not hold the common interest at heart, and to collectively correct injustice. The status quo being our financial model, the authority to repudiate being Spain, and the injustice to correct being the dangers that a hard Brexit represents. In the spectre of Brexit, especially a hard one, our community must, for better or worse, adapt to thrive.

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