That was the message from Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the EU Commission, to Theresa May during a phone conversation between the pair following her call for an early return to the polls

France resident Chris Madsen is behind the new campaign, which has gained several thousand signatures in less than 24 hours

Prime minister Mariano Rajoy and ex prime ministers Felipe González and José María Aznar are among the 10 caricatures pasted onto the side of the left-wing political party’s eye-catching ‘Tramabus.’

Rajoy will give evidence in a corruption case concerning his party

This is despite a pledge last year by the Conservative government to introduce a bill to scrap the unpopular 15 year limit on expat rights in time for the next national return to the polls

The Tory leader also took the opportunity to take a dig at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

The eight provinces will receive 36,6% less than in 2016 with only €1.16bn euros to spend on major public projects

The Chief Minister admitted he was not 'a big fan' of the idea, but it could be a viable option 'in the future

Carme Chacon, who almost became leader of the PSOE, was found dead in her Madrid home on Sunday aged 46

Madrid launches Brexit charm offensive after EU puts Gibraltar veto on table

The regulation is a response to 'the increase of terrorist threats'

Its 8-month report was just 34 pages long

A spokesperson for Spain's Foreign Ministry insisted that Spain does not recognise maritime spaces belonging to Great Britain unless they are listed in Article 10 of the Utrecht treaty

The Sun has urged its readers to 'make the strength of feeling known on keeping Gibraltar British

EXCLUSIVE: Securing rights 'number-one priority', says Michel Barnier, but nightmare scenario looms

It comes after Lord Michael Howard said the UK prime minister would be prepared to show the 'same resolve' as Margaret Thatcher did over the Falklands

Lord Michael Howard implied Theresa May would be willing to go to war over the Rock

The Olive Press spoke to Spaniards living in the UK and to Brits living in Spain

Gibraltar has been a British Overseas Territory since 1713 and is home to 30,000 residents

A series of corruption scandals has caused popularity for the PP to wane