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Gibraltar takes its “Brexit” concerns to the Scotland's ruling party conference

Saturday, October 15th 2016 - 10:20 UTC
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Gibraltar Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Joseph Garcia has said it should be possible for different parts of the British family of nations to enjoy varying degrees of participation with the European Union in the future. Dr. Garcia was speaking in Glasgow during the Scottish National Party conference, in the presence of Scotland’s Minister for Europe and International Development Dr. Alisdair Allan MSP. Read full article


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  • Lord Lucan

    Scotland's people dont want to leave the UK. They have no stomach for public service poverty. They don't qualify to join the EU in their own right. Gibraltar should be careful who they associate with.

    Oct 15th, 2016 - 05:48 pm - Link - Report abuse +2
  • Pete Bog

    Surely if Scotland leave the EU they will be allowed to run their own fisheries , reclaim the past fishing industry which would surely benefit their economy. And if they want to remain to attract EU funding, have they not worked out that if the UK does not contribute to the EU coffers on Brexit, which country is going to replace the UK as one of the major contributors to the EU?. So in the case that Scotland was independent, where would the EU funding come from, unless the EU finds another sugar daddy to fund it?

    Oct 15th, 2016 - 08:21 pm - Link - Report abuse +2
  • Briton

    Scotland will stay with us,
    the SNP is driving a wedge between lunacy and democracy,
    and I suspect democracy will win,
    and the SNP lunatic ideals will end up turning the people against them,

    Gibraltar on the other hand should not play with fire,
    she will get her fingers severally burnt,
    just an opinion.

    Oct 15th, 2016 - 08:53 pm - Link - Report abuse 0

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