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Army intelligence officers have been expecting an IRA attack on a military target for some months after a series of setbacks for the Provisionals. Reports say 20 members of the IRA have been killed in the past 15 months. A Charter of Justice was granted in that year, a civilian magistracy established, and civil rights bestowed on its inhabitants. A Supreme Court was also created by letters patent, with a resident chief justice and jury system. Only a year after Sir Robert Peel's Metropolitan Police Force was created in London inGibraltar followed suit, setting up what has become the second oldest British police force after Peel's.

These political advances were cut short by the appointment of Sir Robert Gardiner as Governor in The new Governor had strong views on how a fortress should be administered, and this drew him into a series of undignified wrangles with the Exchange Committee, a body which by then claimed to be representative of all the civilian inhabitants of Gibraltar. Gardiner contended that the population of Gibraltar could not aspire to the political freedoms granted to other British Colonies because Gibraltar was primarily a fortress. In strongly worded correspondence he accused the Exchange Committee of encouraging 'notions of political rights which it has never been the intention of any British Government The merchants were deeply critical of Gardiner's government of Gibraltar, arguing for the necessity of creating some form of municipal administration, and a consultative council of civilian inhabitants.

Relations were strained to the extent of the Governor banning members of the Exchange Committee from functions at Government House. In order to silence the increasingly virulent attacks on his administration, Gardiner issued a press ordinance inbestowing upon himself as Governor the power to control publications in Gibraltar. When Gardiner started to threaten the economic interests of the merchants, they used their links with Chambers of Commerce in Manchester and London to lobby Members of Parliament against him, and their enemy was finally recalled in Since the Governor had been assisted in the administration of civilian affairs by a 'civil secretary', and inperhaps as recognition that Gibraltar had become a fully-fledged Colony, the post was replaced by that of a 'colonial secretary'.

The colonial secretary became the corner-stone of the civilian government and all correspondence addressed to the Governor passed through his hands. Throughout this book, the term 'colonial secretary' will be used when referring to this Gibraltar official, as opposed to the term 'Secretary of State for the Colonies', which is self explanatory. A severe cholera epidemic in led to the 'Sanitary Order for Gibraltar', which created a Sanitary Commission consisting of twelve members, all of whom were civilian and nominated by the Governor. The Sanitary Commissioners took responsibility for problems of health and water-supply. In it was decreed that four of the twelve were to be non-civilian, and in that only four were to be Gibraltarians.

The Exchange Committee appealed at regular intervals for a larger representation of Gibraltar ratepayers on the Sanitary Commission, but the Secretary of State insisted that as Gibraltar was a fortress, he could not accede to the Committee's demands. In an ordinance issued by the Governor decreed that only native born inhabitants had a right of residence in the Colony. Everyone else, including British subjects, but excluding officials of the Crown had to obtain permission to live on the Rock. Inadvertently perhaps, the definition of a Gibraltarian had been created, as natives of a territory possessing exclusive rights of residence, entrenched in their birth on the Rock, which not even British subjects could claim.

The ordinance of was thus a landmark in the political history of Gibraltar and in the development of its inhabitants. It was in part the response to local resentment at the number of aliens on the Rock, but it was also a tacit recognition by the London government that the local people of Gibraltar could boast certain rights in the colony which others could not. The First World War saw the Rock play a crucial role in the control of the Straits as an assembly point for convoys, and for its services Gibraltar was rewarded by the creation of a City Council inreplacing the Sanitary Commissioners.

The Council, albeit with a majority of 5 nominated officials to 4 members elected by ratepayers, was an important advance for a civilian population which by then had passed the mark. The concerns of the council were essentially matters of a municipal nature, streets, sanitation, sewage disposal and water supply.

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Gibraltar was not incorporated as a borough in the English sense, no Charter of Privileges was granted to Gibraltar woman dating municipality, no aldermen were created, and the City Council was presided over by Gibralrar Chairman, not a Mayor. On 1 December the first elections were held. For perhaps the first time sinceit was recognised that the civilian inhabitants of Gibraltar had a right to elect their own representatives, however limited the nature of the suffrage only male ratepayers could voteand the powers of the representatives. It is interesting to compare the very limited suffrage in Gibraltar with that in force at the time in the United Kingdom, where three years earlier the vote had been granted to all adults, male and female.

On 14 October a consultative Executive Council was established to advise the Governor.

Datinv consisted entirely of appointees, four official Gibraltra three unofficial members all nominated by the Crown. The Governor remained a military man, with daitng legislative Gibraltar woman dating executive wman vested in him, and was at the same time Commander-in-Chief wojan the garrison. Demands for greater local representation continued throughout the twenties wojan thirties. With some dating apps February the call for a majority of elected members on the City Council was rejected by the Governor, Sir Charles Monro, as was a further request by the Exchange and Commercial Library three years later.

In the Gibraptar Committee, the Chamber of Commerce and the Transport and General Workers' Union all independently agitated for greater representation of the people of Gibraltar in the government of the colony. A mass meeting was Gibraaltar in August and a petition to the King-in-Council signed by out of an electoral Gibralttar of The petition was rejected and no more significant advances were made on the road to self government for the time being. What happened, in the event, was a retrogression, with the concessions that had been so gradually won destroyed by a single blow.

That blow was the Second World war, which made military considerations paramount over civilian rights. During the First World War, Spain remained neutral and was not a danger to the security of the fortress. By all that had changed. The three years of bloody civil war that swept Francisco Franco to power had been marked by the aid he received from the Axis countries. In the autumn of Britain was at war with Germany. Mussolini soon joined Hitler, and in doing so he opened a new theatre of war in the Mediterranean.

There was a very real danger that Franco would join the men who had helped him win Spain. Gibraltar was thus judged to have been in acute danger. At the beginning ofthe Governor assumed all the powers of the City Council, and the Executive Council was suspended, but more important than this was the earlier action taken to evacuate approximately civilians, women, children and other non-combatants, who were judged to be a hindrance to a fortress at war. It seemed that all the political gains made in over years of British rule had been lost. The evacuation of the civilian population was a traumatic time in the history of Gibraltar. The elderly, the infirm, women and children left their homes on the Rock for temporary accommodation in Jamaica, Maderia, Northern Ireland and London.

At the same time, a group of people on the Rock got together to agitate for a greater say for the civilian population in the running of the colony. Albert Risso was its first President, and Joshua Hassan, a young lawyer who had drawn up the movement's constitution became its Vice President.