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  1. Gibraltar wants to play 'home' games in London

Goal reports: “Gibraltar is keen to play its next series of competitive games in London – hopefully in World Cup qualifying. The only stadium in Gibraltar is inadequate and the newest member of UEFA is playing its home qualifiers for Euro 2016 in Faro, Portugal. It could be years before it can build a new home, so Gibraltar will be looking for another temporary base when it next competes in a qualifying phase.”

  1. Garcia highlights Gib-US links on Capitol Hill

Gibraltar Chronicle reports: “Dr Joseph Garcia, the deputy Chief Minister, has highlighted the long and historic relationship between Gibraltar and the United States during a series of meetings in Washington.”

  1. Gib can ‘sleep easy’ if Labour wins election - Unite boss

Gibraltar Chronicle reports: “Unite boss Len McCluskey gave ‘the fullest of assurances’ yesterday that he would influence a future Labour government in Britain to respect the wishes of the people of Gibraltar in any dealings with Spain.”

  1. Labour MEPs lead efforts to break single European sky deadlock

Your Gibraltar TV reports: “Labour MEPs Clare Moody (MEP for Gibraltar and South West England) and Claude Moraes (Chair of Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee) have today set out a proposal that they say could unblock EU negotiations over revisions to the Single European Sky package.”

  1. Superyacht Marina Bay plans presented at DPC

GBC News reports: “Plans for a new super-yacht marina were presented at yesterday’s meeting of the Development and Planning Commission.”

 

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