Madrid plots to reassert control over Gibraltar after 'deterioration of Spanish culture'

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    However, the Institute’s director did cite overworked staff, vacant positions and low salaries as factors which “complicate things” in the calculations around the Gibraltar facility.

    Gibraltar, as a British Overseas Territory, lists English as its official language, with many residents also fluently speaking Spanish or Llanito, a hybrid language of Spanish, English and other Mediterranean languages.

    English is the language typically taught in schools in the territory, and the one used for Government administration.

    A Cervantes Institute, according to Garcia Montero, would ensure the teaching of the Spanish language, particularly among Gibraltarian schoolchildren.



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