Gibraltarians have grown disenchanted with the EU, yet their continued economic success depends on it. In light of UKIP’s surge in the recent European elections, Michael Castiel asks what an in-out referendum would mean for the Rock and which areas of industry might be able to go it alone.
A selection of the best articles about politics, business and life on the Rock from the last seven days.
Gibraltar is one of seventeen non-self-governing territories on the UN’s decolonisation list. Dr Joseph Garcia explores Gibraltar’s place in the colonial picture and makes the case for embracing “self-determination”
Former rugby player Paul Sampson and Paralympic cyclist Darren Kenny share their story
The opportunity for an upmarket hotel in Gibraltar seemed too good to miss – so Sunborn floated an idea
A selection of the best articles about politics, business and life on the Rock from the last seven days
Low cost, low hassle cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin have the gaming world pricking up their ears, says KPMG’s Archie Watt. Here, he recaps a riveting discussion from Gibraltar’s most recent eGaming summit.
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