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Why training could help us heal after Brexit

New social work degree could safeguard against a bad border and ensures long-term professionalism. The BA (Hons) in Social Work is a three year course being run out of the School of Health Studies at St Bernard’s Hospital paid for by the Care Agency. “It is the very first time we

When Gibraltar feels like UK

There have been few times in history that the political panoramas of the UK and Gibraltar have so much reflected each other. While in the House of Commons Theresa May hangs on to a deal which has already been voted out, on the Rock, Fabian Picardo defends his Memorandums of

Why short-term contracts could affect the rest of Gibraltar workers

Hundreds marched down Main Street today in a combined union demonstration against temporary government contracts. Unite the Union teamed up with the NASUWT teachers's union and the GGCA to protest against the precarious agency employment that has allegedly left many young people working for years without job security. “This is a protest

Why new party leader thinks a no deal EU exit could hurt Gibraltar

A No-Deal Brexit could leave us with “more brick walls” said the leader of newly formed party Together Gibraltar. With the odds not looking good for Theresa May’s Brexit deal, Independent MP Marlene Nahon-Hassan is dreaming that there will be some way to turn back the clock. “If we really are going to leave the

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