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British tourists still flocking to Spain’s Malaga as first quarter of 2019 shows almost 10% increase in hotel stays
Some 39,632 Brits visited the capital of the Costa del Sol in the first three months of the year
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
Virgin Bet launches in Gibraltar just weeks after Bet365 reveals €70 million Brexit plan to leave Rock
ONE IN ONE OUT: Virgin Bet launches in Gibraltar weeks after Bet365 announces exit planVIRGIN Bet has...
The European results saw euro-sceptic parties gain ground and far-right Vox MEPs entered the EU parliament for the first time
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
May fought back tears during the speech which came after intense pressure to resign from her own party
GSD blasts Bet365’s Brexit move to shift Gibraltar operations to Malta as over 500 staff could be relocated
The party also blasted what it called the Government's ‘aimless strategy’ of backing of British Prime Minister Theresa May
Bet365 to relocate 1,000 staff from Gibraltar office to Malta in HUGE €70 million move over Brexit fears
It comes just four years after Bet365 opted to make Gibraltar its main licensing hub
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’
Financial specialist Blacktower is continuing to make inroads in Spain, offering excellent advice to expats of all nationalities
BREXIT: Is time running out for expats?DESPITE Britain's imminent departure from the EU, Spain is still an...
OPINION: The increasing number of British expats registering on Spain’s padron is pleasing, but also surprising
Experts believe Brexit has pushed more Brits to fill out their paperwork, something which will hopefully continue after B-day
It comes despite 99% of Gibraltarians rejecting shared sovereignty with Spain in the 2002 referendum
A contemporary of Hirst at Goldsmith’s, Mat became the talk of the art world in 1988 when he exhibited Bullet Hole at the collective Young British Artists exhibition, Freeze
Here we look across Spain for the fruit and veg most under threat from pests
The Rock leader also warned the youngsters about the ‘dark days’ of the border closure issued by Fascist dictator General Franco in 1969
In 2013 there were 76,931 Britons in Malaga - the highest of any year
MORE than a third of Spaniards fear Brexit will have a ‘very negative’ impact on their country’s economy.A survey by El Cambio en...
Brexit is proof UK has ‘lost its influence’ in the world, says Andalucia minister before assuring healthcare for Brits...
Velasco added that Spain is working to make the border crossing between the Campo de Gibraltar and the Rock as seamless as possible
WATCH: ‘Bonkers’ British expats fly from Spain to UK to support Nigel Farage’s new Brexit party and the internet...
The couple, known only as Barry and Diane, appeared on BBC news last week
WATCH: British ambassador Simon Manley has new message for expats in Spain following Brexit extension
https://www.facebook.com/BritsInSpain/videos/430619174172277/?v=430619174172277"I’m sure you have been following recent developments in the Brexit negotiations very closely, so I wanted to give you a quick update about...
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The British government has advised British residents in Spain to check their passport before travelling post-Brexit
BRITONS in Spain have been guaranteed a 21-month grace period in which they will be classed as legally resident in the event...
The province is particularly vulnerable to the economic shock of a disorderly UK exit
British MEP Claude Moraes, who was removed as the rapporteur on Monday, claimed the move had come after ‘a long campaign of bullying’