On previous occasions, the Spanish UN ambassador has described the Gibraltar issue as an 'anachronistic situation'
Andalucia had the third most asylum applications so far this year after Madrid with 20,395 and Catalunya with 6,059
Brit in Spain takes on Nigel Farage bankroller with 2,000 mile Brexit protest walk from Gibraltar to London
The colossal walk will take Anthony Hogan from Gibraltar to Westminster via Malaga, Barcelona, Paris and Brussels
Newly-elected Brit councillor hopeful of attempts to move past long standing rivalries of Spain’s politics
It comes after Ciudadanos continues to rule out any form of pacts with the PSOE on a national level, while the PSOE refuses to work with the Partido Popular either
The arguments of his family against removing him from the Valley of the Fallen rested on the ‘irreparable’ damage it would cause
MORE than half of the British public don't know that Gibraltar is an Overseas British Territory, a new survey has revealed. According to a study...
The vehicle was stopped by border police while trying to enter the Spanish territory of Melilla
Andalucian football players wear shirts printed with racist insults for protest in final game of season
Teammates have, in a tongue-in-cheek way, branded the five-year-old squad ‘the foreigners’
The European results saw euro-sceptic parties gain ground and far-right Vox MEPs entered the EU parliament for the first time
SPAIN’S conservative party (PP) has come out on top of yesterday’s municipal elections in the province of Alicante.The...
Spain’s Andalucia won by PSOE in municipal elections as Vox decimated and PP take control of Costa del Sol
THE PSOE has achieved the largest share of Andalucia’s municipal votes, continuing its upward rise.The Socialist party achieved...
Registered foreigners hold the key to elections in many key tourist resorts
Lib Dem leader Vince Cable issues stark Brexit warning for Gibraltar in EXCLUSIVE Olive Press interview
He also insisted he had no regrets about the coalition that brought the Tories and David Cameron to power in 2011
OPINION: Accusing a Benidorm bar of a ‘hate crime’ for renting out a midget is political correctness gone mad
If an upcoming investigation finds their dwarf to be proud of his work, and doing it without any coercion or humiliation, then we should crouch behind him
Open letter from PP’s Javier Quero to people of Casares, as he bids to become mayor and ‘return Casares...
Dear Neighbours of Casares, Secadero and Casares Costa,
OPINION: Expats will make all the difference in tomorrow’s elections, both as candidates and in the polling booths
Above all, ensure you vote for the local team that best understands the wealth and diversity we bring to their towns
May fought back tears during the speech which came after intense pressure to resign from her own party
WE’VE GOT THE POWER! :Expats fill up the ballot lists for vital local elections – in which FINALLY foreigners...
Hundreds of foreigners have been included on the various political party lists in a bid to become councillors
Other prizes included female wax strips and an electric foot file
WE’VE GOT THE POWER: Dozens of expats fill up the ballot lists for vital local elections in Spain’s Andalucia
All around Andalucia, Brits, Scandinavians and other northern Europeans have thrown their hats in the ring
Vince Cable says Brexit will ‘really hurt’ Gibraltar while Rachel Johnson calls for Article 50 to be revoked
The leader believes the process of Brexit is not going well even though there is currently ‘an anti-Brexit majority in the House of Commons’
The move is part of the Wifi4EU programme, which will see €120 million invested into providing better internet access across the continent
Plans for the Spanish boat’s use in the fleet were made a year ago, and its participation was due to last until October 31, but will now not continue
As the dust settles on last month’s snap election, we take a look at the property portfolios of Spain’s political supremos
OPINION: British fraud victims in Spain can be hopeful after MPs – who never agree on anything – lend...
Indeed getting more than a handful of MPs to agree on anything these days is certainly no small feat