Together Gibraltar's Response to GPLM Statement

Together Gibraltar’s stance is far from radical. It is in line with scientific evidence, international research, medical guidelines and human rights law in relation to the viability of the embryo and women’s reproductive rights. What is radical is the current legal position in Gibraltar, which makes it one of the last places in the developed world where abortion continues to be illegal and punishable by life in prison, and the suggestion of GPLM that this should continue to be so.

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Commission for the Environment

Together Gibraltar is the only party truly committed to the Environmental agenda. All our policies are run through an environmental filter and our commitments will transform Gibraltar and dramatically improve our quality of life and public health. We will also make serious commitments to the fight against Climate Change.

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Voting by post or by proxy

The general election is only a few weeks away and it is extremely important to cast your vote. You can vote at the polling station but for those who cannot vote in person or are abroad there is the option of postal and proxy voting.

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Crowdfunding Explained

Big companies and lobbies fund election campaigns in Gibraltar, sometimes funding all parties standing. This comes at a cost, which is a place of privilege at the table where important decisions are made. We want to keep our independence to implement an agenda that allows for fair access to prosperity and opportunity as opposed to a crony system that supports particular interest groups.

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Together Gibraltar Presents Candidate Portfolio Areas

Together Gibraltar is proud to announce the finalisation of the portfolio areas for each of its candidates. In addition to portfolios for each existing branch of public policy, Together Gibraltar will be including Public Accountability, Sustainability and Urban Regeneration. These causes have been key pillars of Together Gibraltar since its inception and regrettably neglected by previous administrations.

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Yellowhammer Report Leak

The Governments response has been often evasive and inadequately backed up. Questions over the supply of food and medicines into Gibraltar continue to mount, unabated by the Chief Minister’s reassuring, but ultimately self-serving, words. His admission that delays of over four hours at the Spanish border are possible, even though he does not consider them probable, has done little to allay people’s fears.

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Together Gibraltar Rejects Government's Last-Minute Enlargement of Parliament

Together Gibraltar notes with concern the recent publishing of a proposal bill to extend Parliament to include backbenchers under the guise of enhancing democracy. Democratic reform is a huge deal. It will involve a significant cost for the taxpayer and will change the way our entire democracy operates, requiring serious consultation with the public since it is their interests that those in Parliament seek to represent. 

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TOGETHER GIBRALTAR LEADER MEETS LA LINEA MAYOR

Together Gibraltar Leader, Marlene Hassan Nahon MP has today met with La Linea Mayor Juan Franco at his offices in the Ayuntamiento of La Linea. The meeting was a first for the Together Gibraltar leader with the intention of forging links and a spirit of collaboration with the Mayor and the Municipality.

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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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