A Step Backwards For Women

Together Gibraltar is dismayed at the Government’s decision to put the upcoming abortion bill up for referendum on the 19th of March 2020. Issues of human rights, such as the right to bodily autonomy and healthcare should not be decided by a referendum

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Together Gibraltar Members Meet Westminster MPs

Independent MP and leader of Together Gibraltar Marlene Hassan Nahon, accompanied by Executive Party Secretary Kamlesh Khubchand in an assistant role, took part in a series of talks with prominent MPs from three political parties. The MPs were: Michael Gapes, a member of Change UK and MP for Ilford South, Dominic Grieve QC, Conservative politician and MP for Beaconsfield, and Sir Lindsay Hoyle of the Labour Party and MP for Chorley. All three meetings took place yesterday, Tuesday the 18th June.  

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Together Gibraltar Remains Unconvinced by Developers’ Reassurances on Victoria Keys and Requests Meeting from Government

The people of Gibraltar deserve answers to these serious questions and in lieu of the eternal press release marathons between Government and Opposition, Together Gibraltar has today written to the Chief Minister to request an official meeting in order to clarify these questions and unknown factors in what could be the biggest capital project that Gibraltar may see in decades.

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Bet365 Relocation And Our Economic Future

This is another clear sign of the damage that Brexit is causing across the UK and we will keep campaigning to make sure Gibraltar remains in the EU. In any scenario, we are committed to working with Parliament to ensure Gibraltar maintains EU market alignment and mitigates further damage to our economy and future prospects.

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Together Gibraltar Visits Residents Of Beachview Terraces And Surrounding Areas

Alarmingly, Together Gibraltar learnt of the serious nature of concerns expressed by residents in connection with tobacco-related activity in the area late at night. This includes issues involving road safety and threatening, anti-social behaviour. Together Gibraltar would like to echo the residents’ calls for greater and more effective policing by the relevant authorities in the area.

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Workers' Day Message

The inequality of pensions will continue with the Government’s newly announced private sector pension proposal. Those on minimum wage are not included at all and some employees will have to wait another six or seven years for employer pension contributions.

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