By Roy Clinton
There is apparently a rumour doing the rounds that under a GSD Government Community Care would be scrapped. Nothing could be further from the truth.
By Erika Pozo
A frequent matter of discussion throughout this campaign with constituents and the general public has been that of our Pensions. We have a debt to our senior citizens who have built the Gibraltar we have today, yet many live forgotten and in poverty.
By Danny Feetham
At this election experience does matter and the GSD has it in abundance. Both Keith and I worked very closely at No 6 Convent Place with the then Chief Minister Sir Peter Caruana. We know what it is to govern. Five further members of our list have Government or parliamentary experience. We are ready to deal with the challenges posed by Brexit and today I want outline the six core principles that underpin our strategy in our manifesto.
By Jackie Anderson
There is a frisson of fear rippling through our community. There are simply some words that we don’t like to hear. Like “corruption” and “poverty”. We don’t like to speak those words publicly because if we do, then we have to acknowledge that just possibly these things exist and then we would need to do something about it. There is another word that no-one likes to use. No, not Brexit, although the fear-mongering from the current administration is as impressive as it is irresponsible.
By Daniel Ghio
It’s no secret that citizens do not enjoy having to visit to Government counters to conduct their administrative business. People work during Government business hours and businesses need to prioritise their time to be productive. Unfortunately, having to go to the ETB, tax office, licensing dept is a still an extremely cumbersome chore that can take up valuable amounts of your time.