If London fails to respond again, then Madrid will be ‘launching whatever legal action it deems most appropriate to defend its position’
In the first nine months of 2018, its wineries sold 32 million litres of vino to UK buyers - one third of its total global exports
In the UK capital, around 400 activists were arrested, following acts of civil disobedience
British MEP Claude Moraes, who was removed as the rapporteur on Monday, claimed the move had come after ‘a long campaign of bullying’
Gibraltar Chief Minister Fabian Picardo meets Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt for Brexit and Iran crunch talks
After the talks with the leadership hopefuls, Picardo said he ‘wished both candidates all the best for next week’
BREXIT: Rights of British expats in Spain ‘will be preserved whatever’ Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says
SPANISH Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has tried to calm British expats in Spain by saying a no-deal Brexit will not affect their rights. Even if...
British Chamber of Commerce in Spain issues stark Brexit warning ahead of ‘Plan B’ unveiling on Monday
Around 700 British investors generate over 200,000 jobs in Spain each year
WIMBLEDON has been cancelled due to Covid-19.
KEITH Azzopardi has used his new year message to criticize the Gibraltar government over its Brexit arrangements. Speaking last night, the GSD leader said that...
THRILLER IN MANILVA: British Ambassador to Spain encourages worried British expats to ‘get residency’ in Costa del Sol...
Manley spoke to a crowd of 200 people, as he outlined the various scenarios that the UK may leave the European Union in
Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo claimed Spain was trying to ‘bully’ the Rock by refusing to remove the extra paragraph
British Ambassador to Spain Simon Manley answers all your Brexit questions in Facebook live Q & A next week
The online event has been organised in a bid to calm public fear over the UK’s departure from the European Union, scheduled to occur on March 29
Gibraltar Chief Minister Picardo meets outgoing UK Prime Minister Theresa May to discuss Iran crisis and Brexit
British Royal Marines commandeered Iran's vessel off the Rock earlier this month on suspicion of violating sanctions against Syria
'Gibraltar can be the strongest foundation stone for a future relationship between the UK and the EU, not a rock on the road to agreement'
AN Olive Press reporter who was trapped in the UK for months due to the coronavirus pandemic has finally managed to return to Spain.
AS someone who’s constantly watching and reading the Spanish news and the situation in Spain, I appreciate how important it is to stay home, so I try to apply the same principles during my self-isolation in London.
ONGOING strike action by Spanish foreign office staff at embassy and consulate offices in the UK could cause delays in issuing visas. The warning comes...
Sean Connery’s Bond uses a similar 9mm rocket-firing pen gun in the film Never Say Never Again (1983)
Labour table no confidence vote in UK government as Theresa May loses Brexit deal vote by majority of 230
LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a vote of no confidence after Prime Minister Theresa May suffered a historic defeat over her Brexit deal...
Michelin star chef Albert Adria opens first restaurant outside Spain with Cakes and Bubbles in London
The champers and sweet treats restaurant is open for business ahead of the festive season
Both Spanish cities had identical scores for the first three categories, but Barcelona edged ahead with better health and infrastructure rankings than Madrid
Stephen Lawrence murder suspect who ran €4.5 million cannabis empire ‘fled to Spain and used fake name’ court hears
Those present heard how in two years Acourt's drug runners made 34 600-mile-round trips between London and South Shields to sell cannabis resin
FLIGHTS between Castellon and London will resume in May. Last year was supposed to be the busiest year yet for Castellon airport, but the virus...
THE first week of lockdown in London has come to an end.
Gibraltar warns citizens to ‘inform themselves’ ahead of no-deal Brexit but says: “We are better off than UK”
“We voted to remain in the European Union and this is still the preferred position of the Government"