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Gibraltar: HMS Westminster Arrives At Rock


HMS Westminster sails in as tensions between Spain and the British territory are described as at their worst for 40 years.

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Sailing from the strait of Gibraltar in to the bey, a steel, grave warship shaped a reminder that Britain is still the dominant overseas power on the rock. And for the locals, long may it remain so.

HMS Westminster is here as part of a long planned naval exercise and not a reaction to the current diplomatic feud between Spain and the UK over Gibraltar. But it can’t hurt the political posturing to have a frigate tied up in the harbor with two large support ships to cramp with war marines alongside.

-It's essential that we have here a frigate all the time. It’s not for defy, but to show these agers(?) that this is a British one.

-Margaret Thatcher met with King Juan Carlos and then Prime Minister of Spain, and they said that they weren't going to interfere with your border, but they still do in 40 years after. So you can send all of the British fleets here, but they are not going to stop.

Gibraltar’s Chief Minister avoids to jingle his rhetoric with some of his compatriots, but he’s clear Spain is in the wrong and EU needs to sort it out and soon.

Well, I’d like to see the EU demonstrates(?), and particularly the Commission that it take its responsibilities as guardian of the treaties as seriously as all of us who are pro-European believe that it does, and that it should manifest itself in action to stop the abuse that we are seeing at the frontier and with between Gibraltar and Spain.

The latest impasse between Spain and its small neighbor is supposed to be about fish, but its ramifications go much deeper.

The diplomatic standoff is about far more than political brinkmanship. It affects the daily lives of thousands of people, not only in Gibraltar, but also Spanish tourists who come across the border every day. The seemingly random clamp down on border checks by the Spanish appears to be causing chaos. Many people are either abandoning their vehicles on the Spanish side or abandoning their trip altogether.

Next month, Gibraltarians will have a holiday to celebrate national day, and revealing their independence and pride in their British heritage. Spain will have to wait much longer than the three hundreds years already passed until the Rock entertains being Spanish again.

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Sailing from the strait of Gibraltar, a small grey warship serves as the reminder that Britain is still the dominant overseas power on the rock. And for the locals, long may remain so. H. Westminster this year is a part of a long plan naval excise, a not a reaction of the diplomatic field between Britain and Spain over Gibraltar. But it can’t hurt the political posturing to have a f~ tight over the harbor, with two large supportive marines alongside.
It is essential that we are here figuring all the time that some of the fire but sure for ages that this is a British one.
``prime minister Spain that they won’t go to interfere with Gibraltar. It still do for 40 years or so. You can sent out all the British flees here. They are not gonna stop. The chief minister of Gibraltar has discussed it with some of his compatriots that what is clear is that Spain is on the wrong and clearly the EU needs to sort it out.
Well. I’d like to see, particular the commission, take its responsibilities as the guideline of its treaties seriously. All of us who are pro-EU believe it does and should take action to stop the abuse we are seeing at the frontier between Gibraltar and Spain.
The latest dispatch between Spain and its small neighbor Gibraltar is mainly about fish, but the ramification goes to much deeper.
The diplomatic stand is about far more than political agreement ship. It affects on the daily life of thousands of people, not only in Gibraltar, but Spanish tourists who come across the broader everyday. The seemingly random collapse down on broader check by the Spanish appears to cause chaos. Many people either abandon their vehicle on the Spanish side or abandoning their checks altogether. Next week, Gibraltar will have a holiday to celebrate national day, in honoring their independence and pride their British heritage. Spain will have to wait much longer than the three hundreds years has already passed until the rock entertains being Spanish again.
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[Homework]2013-08-24 直布罗陀海峡争端升级 英警告西班牙让步否则报复

Sailing from the strait of Gibraltar into the bay, a * grey warship * Britain is still the dominant overseas power on the rock. And for the locals, long may remain so. H. Westminster this year is a part of a long plan naval excise, a not a reaction of the current diplomatic field between Spain and UK over Gibraltar. But it can’t hurt the political posturing to have a * tight over the harbor, with two large supportive marines alongside.
- It is essential that we have here figuring all the time that some of the fire but sure for ages that this is a British one.
- It's a matter of fact it may * prime minister Spain that they won’t go to interfere with Gibraltar. It still do for 40 years or so. You can sent out all the British fleets here. They are not gonna stop.
Gibraltar's chief minister avoids * some of his compatriots but he is clear Spain is on the wrong and clearly the EU needs to sort it out and soon. Well, we'd like to see the EU demonstrates the particular commission, take its responsibilities as the guideline of its treaties as seriously. All of us who are prove EU believe it does * in action to stop the abuse we are seeing at the frontier between Gibraltar and Spain.
The latest dispatch between Spain and its small neighbor Gibraltar is mainly about fish, but the ramification goes to much deeper.
The diplomatic stand is about far more than political agreement ship. It affects on the daily life of thousands of people, not only in Gibraltar, but Spanish tourists who come across the broader everyday. The seemingly random collapse down on broader check by the Spanish appears to cause chaos. Many people either abandon their vehicle on the Spanish side or abandoning their trips altogether.
Next month, Gibraltarians will have a holiday to celebrate national day, revealing their independence and pride their British heritage. Spain will have to wait much longer than the three hundreds years already passed until the rock entertains being Spanish again.

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Sailing from the straight of Gibraltar into the bay, a steel, gray warship shipped to reminder Great Britain is still the dominant overseas power on the Rock. And for the locals, long may it remain so. HMS Westminster is here as part of a long planned naval exercise and not a reaction to the current diplomatic feud between Spain and the UK over Gibraltar. But it can’t hurt the political posturing to have a frigate tight-up in the harbor with two large supportive ship to cramp with war marines alongside.

“It’s essential that we have here a frigate all the time. It’s not to fire, but to show these agers(?) that this is a British one.”

“Margaret Thatcher met with King Juan Carlos and then Prime Minister of Spain, and they said that they weren’t going to interfere with border, but they still do in 40 years after. So you can send all of the British fleets here, they are not going to stop.”

Gibraltar’s Chief Minister avoids to jingle his rhetoric with some of his compatriots, but he’s clear Spain is in the wrong and EU needs to sort it out and soon.

“Well, I’d like to see the EU demonstrates, and particularly the Commission that it take its responsibilities as guardian of the treaties as seriously as all of us who are pro-European believe that it does, and that it should manifest itself in action to stop the abuse that we are seeing at the frontier and with between Gibraltar and Spain.”

The latest impasse between Spain and its small neighbor is supposed to be about fish, but its ramifications go much deeper.

“The diplomatic standoff is about far more than political Brinton ship. It affects the daily lives of thousands of people, not only in Gibraltar, but also Spanish tourists who come across the border every day. The seemingly random clamp down on border checks by the Spanish appears to be causing chaos. Many people are either abandoning their vehicles on the Spanish side or abandoning their trip altogether.”

Next month, Gibraltarians will have a holiday to celebrate national day, and revealing their independence and pride in their British heritage. Spain will have to wait much longer than the three hundreds years already passed until the Rock entertains being Spanish again.
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