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20:42

LifeStyle

13 July 1713: The Utrecht Treaty passed Gibraltar and Menorca to Britain

Debbie Bartlett

Prince Philip the Fifth, the Catholic King of Spain, concluded at Utrecht the 2/13 Day of July, 1713", and it meant that Gibraltar ceased to be Spanish and was ceded in perpetuity to Britain. Many people, however, may not be aware that the same Utrecht ... by the British once again in 1798, during the French Revolutionary Wars, but it was finally and permanently repossessed by Spain under the Treaty of Amiens in 1802. The Utrecht Treaty of 13 July 1713 changed history, but as everyone knows, the

13:16

Gibraltar

8 June 1969: Franco closes Gibraltar border

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...ceded to Britain in perpetuity under the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713. According to the press of the time, which of course was State-controlled, the drastic decision to close the border and cut off all types of communication with Gibraltar was welcomed

12:45

Opinion

Spain and the UK sign an international treaty on Gibraltar

BERNARD FAY

...and the UK in relation to Gibraltar since the treaty of Utrecht in 1713 by which Britain gained sovereignty over Gibraltar. The agreement has the ingredients of a win-win negotiation and the parties involved or affected seem content with the outcome.

17:24

Opinion

An ongoing dispute

Mark Nayler

...of Gibraltar's airport is hardly a flag-waving, tub-thumping demand to reclaim this weird place. He told the FT that regaining sovereignty of Gibraltar - which Spain lost to Britain in 1713 after the Wars of Spanish Succession - is not on the agenda ... Britain than it is now, so there is no reason that it should share management of the airport with Spain post-Brexit. But lurking behind that argument is a territorial dispute that goes back right back to 1713, when Britain was ceded Gibraltar as part of ... 426-metre-high Rock itself, mention of which was also omitted in the 1713 treaty. Dastis said early last year that Spain wants all these parts of Gibraltar back under Spanish jurisdiction. In London, his latest requests will be seen as the first small steps

15:44

Opinion

Green is for "go"

Mark Nayler

...secretary, announced this week that he was sure Monday's proposed deal “does cover Gibraltar”. Naturally, Davis would assume this. As far as the UK is concerned, Gibraltar has been fully British since the Treaty of Utrecht was signed in 1713. Theresa May's