15th November 2013
The Conservative MEPs representing Gibraltar today responded to the publication by the EU Commission of a report from its inspectors sent to monitor problems at the border crossing with Spain.
21st October 2013
Local South West Conservative MEP, Ashley Fox, is to visit Gibraltar from Sunday 27th to Tuesday 29th October. Gibraltar, which forms part of the South West of England region for the purpose of European Elections, has been represented by Mr Fox since 2009.
14th October 2013
The European Parliament is set today (Monday) to take a historic vote, committing itself to work for changes to the EU's treaties in order to scrap the notorious Strasbourg "travelling circus".
9th October 2013
Local South West MEP, Ashley Fox, has thrown his support behind a campaign calling for proposals that will see the development a massive wind farm off the coast of Dorset to be scrapped.
26th September 2013
Gibraltar's Conservative MEPs have called on the European Commission to make an early and "crystal clear" public statement on the findings of a fact-finding mission sent to the Spanish border.
8th August 2013
I have today called on the European Commission to despatch a team of officials immediately to the Gibraltar border crossing to begin a detailed assessment of Spain's interference. The Commission has already agreed to the principle of sending a team of investigators to the Rock, but has intimated that this might not take place until late September, or even October.
5th August 2013
The three Conservative MEPs representing Gibraltar today accused Spain of "desperation and recklessness" over its increasingly outlandish threats against the British territory and its citizens.
29th July 2013
Spain's provocative efforts to intimidate and cut off Gibraltar are unacceptable, Gibraltar's Conservative MEPs said today after Spanish authorities engineered six hour queues at the border crossing with Spain this weekend.
9th July 2013
I am delighted to see the progress of the EU Referendum Bill and that this has now passed its first vote in the House of Commons. I do believe that this is a step in the right direction and my personal thanks go to James Wharton MP for bringing this issue forward so that the British public can have their say on our relationship with the European Union.
5th July 2013
Like so many of my constituents, I am unhappy with Britain’s current relationship with the European Union. I firmly believe it has to change. I am delighted that the Prime Minister now wants to renegotiate our membership of the EU and put that deal to the British people in an in/out referendum.