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Feb 08 - Licudi Attends ICE Gaming Exhibition

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minister licudiGaming Minister, Gilbert Licudi attended the ICE Totally Gaming exhibition in London earlier this week. Based at the ExCel Centre, the forum is the largest and most comprehensive of its kind, in the world.

Commenting on his visit, Minister Licudi noted that the competitive nature of the gaming industry requires constant innovation by operators. He added that with Gibraltar hosting the most important online gaming companies in the world, it is crucial that we keep abreast of new developments in the industry.

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Feb 07 - Chief Minister’s Letter in Financial Times

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cmWithin this morning’s Financial Times Chief Minister Fabian Picardo’s letter was published.

The letter read, ‘Sir,

Your otherwise excellent editorial for Tuesday 5th February on Argentina and the Falkland Islands is wrong only in one material respect. Successive British Foreign Secretaries have insisted that they will not engage bilaterally with Spain on Gibraltar issues, referring their counterparts to the Trilateral Process for Dialogue in which the UK, Spain and Gibraltar have agreed to discuss all matters of mutual interest except sovereignty.

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Feb 07 - Government Responds to Feetham ‘Electoral Fraud’ Comments

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govtFollowing his appointment as GSD leader, Daniel Feetham accused the GSLP/ Liberal Government of perpetrating an ‘electoral fraud’ on the electorate, for not being able to deliver their manifesto commitments. The Government has today responded to the claim, noting that it is absurd and betrays a lack of understanding of what happened when the GSD repeated a number of pledges in two General Election manifestos because they were unable to deliver those pledges on time.

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Feb 05 - Daniel Feetham - New GSD Leader

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feethamYesterday evening, the GSD Executive voted to make former Deputy Leader of the party, Daniel Feetham, the new Leader of the Party. Following his appointment, he gave this statement:

‘Firstly, I would like to thank Damon Bosssino for putting his name forward and demonstrating that anointments of political party leaders in stage-managed meetings are for others. Mr. Bossino is, and remains, a valued and important member of an experienced and talented Parliamentary Opposition, which over the next three years will, I hope, discharge the constitutional duties of Her Majesty’s Opposition in a way that earns the respect and confidence of the people of Gibraltar, as the alternative government. 

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Feb 04 - Thomson Cruises Visit

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costaFollowing the recent visit by representatives from Carnival UK, two more cruise company executives arrive in Gibraltar today on a familiarisation visit. Neil Duncan, General Manager - Marketing and Planning, and Jacqui Nobile, Port and Shore Excursion Operations Manager of Thomson Cruises are here to experience first-hand what Gibraltar can offer their ships and passengers on a cruise call.

Minister for Tourism, Commercial Affairs, Public Transport and the Port, Neil Costa, met with Thomson Cruises at their UK headquarters last year to discuss ways in which the number of calls to Gibraltar by Thomson's ships could be increased and how we could develop the shore excursions offered to passengers.

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Feb 04 - Licudi Signs India and Greece Tax Agreements

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taxMinister Responsible for Financial Services, Mr. Gilbert Licudi signed a further Tax Information Exchange Agreement with the Indian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Dr. J. Bhagwati. Following the signing, Minister Licudi discussed a wide variety of policy areas, with the High Commissioner. This Tax Agreement with India is particularly significant due to the country’s status as a G20 member.

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Feb 04 Government puts out Upper Town properties for refurbishment

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Gibraltar HousingAs part of HM Government of Gibraltar’s plans for urban renewal and regeneration in the Upper Town, tenders have today been invited for the redevelopment of various pre-war properties in the area.

This initiative is consistent with the government’s wish to attract more people to live in the Upper Town and it follows other similar tender proposals including one for the old Police Barracks.

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