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a native or inhabitant of Gibraltar

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Spain says it is considering measures such as a 50-euro ($67) border fee for people entering Gibraltar from Spain, tax investigations of Gibraltarians with property in Spain and restrictions on use of its airspace for flights going to Gibraltar's airport.
The British government's stated position is that the 'wishes' of the Gibraltarians are paramount, and that it anticipates no change in the territory's sovereignty status.
There is massive opposition by Gibraltarians to co-sovereignty: when their chief minister Peter Caruana called a referendum on the issue last November, 17,900 Gibraltarians reject it while only 187 voted in favour.
The question of what it means to be a Gibraltarian and, indeed, who Gibraltarians truly are, is one whose answer has been ar the eye of all the protectorate's political storms since the British first arrived.
Gibraltar's FA said: "This is yet another momentous occasion for Gibraltarian football and we look forward to taking our place at the home of world football.
The dispute has flared up over allegations of damage to fishing grounds caused by Gibraltarian authorities following the creation of an artificial reef.
In a TV address to the Gibraltarian people last night, Mr Caruana denounced the shared sovereignty proposal made by Foreign Secretary Jack Straw as 'a betrayal and violation of our right to self-determination'.
MH Bland were keen to have this important part of our Gibraltarian history recognized and recorded and as such, and together with Tarik Ship Agents and Wilhelmsen Ships Services, have donated these commemorative plaques.
But proud Gibraltarian Bula bristles at the "minnow" tag despite his country boasting a population of less than 30,000 people and just 600 registered footballers, and used World Cup hosts Brazil's semi-final horror show against Germany to support his case.
A P&O Cruises spokeswoman said just six passengers were still displaying symptoms of the bug, but more than 50 had been asked to stay on board by the Gibraltarian authorities.
He was also, importantly, the other Gibraltarian politician who attended, alongside Sir Joshua Hassan, the meetings of the United Nations Committee of 24 and the Fourth Committee of the General Assembly to plead Gibraltar's case in the nineteen sixties.
MICHAEL Griffiths and the Gibraltarian lady he met on holiday (Yesterday's Yourview) are quite entitled to be proud of their Britishness.
THUMBS UP: Westlife's Shane and Kian welcome the Gibraltarian Special Olympics team yesterday after gig confirmed
Gibraltarian pop groups have been banned from performing by councillors because of 'political overtones'.
BY fusing their native Gibraltarian influences with contemporary rock and metal, Breed 77 proved they are a force to be reckoned with.