Show Hide image Special Features 12 June 2015 Weekly round-up: politics, business and news from Gibraltar A selection of the best articles about politics, business and life on the Rock from the last seven days. Print HTML Europe is going to be a major issue for the foreseeable future in this space, and we have two stories to share: first, aviation measures are under discussion and the Gibraltar Chronicle reports that the EU is well aware of the positions taken up by Britain and Spain respectively on Gibraltarian airspace. The same paper reports British Foreign Minister Philip Hammond clarifying the position of Gibraltarians in the forthcoming in/out referendum for Britain, which he clarifies mostly by saying it’s already clear. So that’s OK, then. Outside Europe the economy is still important, leading to meetings between the Gibraltarian Government and Bermuda, reported in Today In Bermuda. Talks appear to have been wide ranging and cordial. The economy won’t have been helped by the recent power outage, reported in the Olive Press; hopefully most residents will have been too asleep to have noticed. Sport is also on the agenda; at the time of writing (Friday morning) the Gibraltarian footie team is gearing up for its match with Germany and the Online Casino site is predicting a 6-0 win to the Germans. We highlight this purely so that you can have a snigger if it’s wrong and the page gets taken down; if it’s right, then good for them. Sky Sports reports on Gibraltar’s win at darts, at least. The other sporting event on Gib is of course the annual yacht rally to Port Smir, Morocco, on which we reported earlier this week; we’re unbiased about the winners of the various trophies of course but we certainly wish everyone a safe and enjoyable passage and success in raising a lot of cash for the Red Cross, which the event is supporting. › Here's what should really terrify Labour about trade union influence in the party Guy Clapperton is the freelance journalist who edits the New Statesman’s Gibraltar hub. You can also find him in the Guardian, Computer Business Review and Professional Outsourcing which he edits. Subscribe More Related articles Looking to the future Gibraltar - impact of Brexit Gibraltar and Europe: caught in the slipstream?