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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’
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
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
Yet another defeat for May would force either the cancellation of Article 50, a no deal departure or a long delay
Waiting times at borders, import tariffs and working restrictions could all see the inflow of Spanish food and drink into Britain dwindle to a trickle
It comes after a no deal Brexit was last night dramatically ruled out by MPs by just four votes
KICKING THE CAN: Theresa May broke the news in a statement to the Commons this afternoon THERESA May...
A deal, or no deal, expats are growing increasingly concerned about Brexit next month… here Charlie Smith and Joshua Parfitt present their Brexit Survival Guide
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 shock move, PM Pedro Sanchez has insisted on excluding the Rock from all of its post-Brexit agreements with the UK and the EU
It comes as MPs are set to vote on amendments to British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal on Tuesday
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
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
UK Trade Secretary Liam Fox in Gibraltar for Brexit crunch talks hours after Theresa May survives no-confidence vote
It comes after a tense night in Westminster on Wednesday where Theresa May’s, narrowly survived a no-confidence vote
Labour table no confidence vote in UK government as Theresa May loses Brexit deal vote by majority of 230
LOSS: Theresa May suffered one of the worst parliamentary defeats of any British Prime Minister ever over her Brexit deal
The Rock's chief minister spoke on a range of domestic issues, as well as Brexit and a general election
Despite a recent Panorama poll putting Picardo and the GSLP ahead, the Rock's leader batted down calls for an early general election
BREXIT: Rights of British expats in Spain ‘will be preserved whatever’ Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says
DEFIANT: Brits in Spain will see their rights unchanged even under a no-deal Brexit, says Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez
BREXIT: British applications for Spanish citizenship soar 232% as Theresa May faces no-confidence vote
UNDER FIRE: Theresa May faces a no-confidence vote THE number of Brits applying for Spanish citizenship has tripled...
Spain’s Mallorca must ‘turn away from British market’ to survive no-deal Brexit, business leaders warn
MALLORCA needs to turn away from the British to stave off the ‘serious’ effects of a no-deal Brexit, business leaders have warned. Business associations...
FX trader Mark Rickard looks at the ways to avoid Theresa May 'messing up' your Christmas - and not missing crucial stage payments
Sanchez celebrates Spain’s Brexit ‘win’ over Gibraltar as May to issue stark warning to MPs ahead of vote
The Prime Minister will warn MPs of 'division and uncertainty' if they do not back her deal
"Europe and the UK have accepted our demands"
Sanchez revealed in a late-night tweet that the UK and Spain's positions 'remain far away'