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Welcome to the official Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party website.

The GSLP has been in an alliance with the Gibraltar Liberal Party since 2000 and in Government since the 9th of December 2011 – however, our roots extend much further than that, being founded by Sir Joe Bossano KCMG in 1977. This makes us the oldest surviving political party in Gibraltarian history. Throughout our time in office, we have delivered some of Gibraltar’s greatest political advancements with the interests of the people of Gibraltar always firmly at heart.

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FABIAN PICARDO

So it's come off to raise awareness for Prostate Cancer Gibraltar. Have your bloods checked by booking an appointment at prostate@gha.gi. Just this month 32 men have been found to have higher markers needing further investigation. This charity's campaign may have saved lives!

Just read the full report from the printed version of the Gibraltar Chronicle. Good (and constructive) parliamentary interaction between Roy Clinton (Opposition) and Albert Isola (Government). Good coverage from Brian Reyes as well.

I made a statement in Parliament yesterday referring to the UK/EU Treaty negotiations. We remain confident that we can reach a safe and secure agreement for #Gibraltar that will mutually benefit us, our people and the whole of the area around us and it's people.

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Brilliant @GSLPYouth Section representing @GSLP_Gibraltar and @GslpSocial last night on Viewpoint! https://twitter.com/GSLPYouth/status/1593513295545352192

Kyle, Brian and Sam representing the GSLY last night on GBC’s Viewpoint programme. A great opportunity to discuss what Gibraltar’s future may look like from a youth perspective. Thank you to everyone for their kind feedback! #youthparticipation

JOHN CORTES

Working day in Tangier as we look forward to our cultural exchange in February 2023! @GibCulture #gibcultureinspires #gallerykent #gibculturetalk #culturalsoiree #exportingourart

!Important Announcement!

With Graduation 2022 just around the corner, here is some important information for guests and students arriving at Europa Point Campus on the day.

Find out arrival times for Guests and Students here: https://www.unigib.edu.gi/graduation-2022/

I made a statement in Parliament yesterday referring to the UK/EU Treaty negotiations. We remain confident that we can reach a safe and secure agreement for #Gibraltar that will mutually benefit us, our people and the whole of the area around us and it's people.

SAMANTHA SACRAMENTO

Operation Encompass; Domestic Abuse training for Department of Education and Royal Gibraltar Police announced this morning by the Minister for Justice, with responsibility for Children and Safeguarding the Hon Samantha Sacramento MP.

Full PR: https://bit.ly/3XvmrPq

LIVE AIR CRASH EXERCISE CONCLUDED

Today, HMGoG in conjunction with MoD carried out a Live Air Crash Exercise to test capabilities at Strategic, Tactical and Operational level. Minister Samantha Sacramento chaired the SCG at No6 Convent Place.

Full PR: https://bit.ly/3GBefY6

PAUL BALBAN

Even for those that must drive, more cyclists mean less cars on the road, so that means less traffic, better air quality and a more fluid bus service #Gibraltar

Points system would see new drivers repeat examination process if they accumulate seven points
https://www.gbc.gi/news/points-system-would-see-new-drivers-repeat-examination-process-if-they-accumulate-seven-points