The Government has been in touch with the Brussels-based European Citizen’s Action Service (ECAS) regarding the unacceptable delays to enter or exit Gibraltar that have been deliberately generated by the Spanish authorities.
Barclays staff were this morning told that although the banking giant plans to remain in Gibraltar, its presence will be “reduced”.
Spain has this week clamped down heavily on its zero tolerance approach to drink driving. The Olive Press notes that fines for any individual found driving under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs have risen to €1,000. Under-Secretary of the Interior Ministry, Luis Aguilera has stated that the proposal will be tabled before the Cabinet in the next few weeks.
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