Policy paper

Response to the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee’s second report of session 2014-15 on Gibraltar

This command paper sets out the government’s response to the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee’s second report of session 2014-15 on the government’s Gibraltar policy.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Response to the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee’s second report of session 2014-15 on Gibraltar

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The Government welcomes the Foreign Affairs Committee’s interest in Gibraltar. We are grateful that the Committee was able to visit Gibraltar, hold an evidence session with the Chief Minister of Gibraltar, and talk to a wide range of local people. As the Committee itself noted, these displays of engagement and support are widely appreciated by the people of Gibraltar. We hope the Committee will maintain this interest. We thank the Committee for this report and for its detailed recommendations and comments.

Published 5 September 2014