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Govt cautions against ‘gladiatorial contest of untested allegations’ in McGrail Inquiry

The Garrison Library, where the McGrail Inquiry is scheduled to start in March. Photo by Johnny Bugeja

• GSD says criticism must not be silenced The Gibraltar Government on Thursday said the McGrail Inquiry must be allowed to run its course without becoming a “gladiatorial contest of allegations”. In a statement, No.6 Convent Place said it was unfair that government parties in the Inquiry should be subjected to “premature, unsubstantiated, untested and...

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