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20:33

Local

More British tourists head to the Costa, despite the threat of a hard Brexit

MATÍAS STUBER

The possibility of a no-deal Brexit on 31 October does not appear to be affecting British tourism to the Costa del Sol. In fact, the latest figures show that Malaga province is still proving extremely attractive to British tourists and there is no ... is a clearly positive sign. “It shows that a possible Brexit is not affecting the numbers of tourists from the UK,” he told a press conference. Salado also spoke about the expectations for the rest of this year. According to the figures, the UK ... possible inconveniences which could arise as a result of Brexit, such as stricter passport controls, would put tourists off. The statistics provided by Turismo Costa del Sol also provided information about other markets and the classic formula prevails:

12:45

Gibraltar

As Brexit looms, Gibraltar welcomes the idea of a Tangier trade office

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...policy of developing and exploring new markets, and although the plan is not directly related to Brexit, it is interesting in the context of Britain's proposed departure from the European Union. However, the Gibraltar authorities are keen to stress ... that the Tangier trade office plan is not due to fears that the border will be closed after Brexit. A press release issued by the government on Thursday recalls that in 1969, when Franco closed the border, Gibraltar depended on labour and the ... different in that the border is not going to close," says the official statement, referring to Brexit. "The continuation of a fluid border for persons and goods is in the interests of both sides. Gibraltar imports some 1.5 billion euros a year in goods and

17:49

National

Consulates offer advice for those who can't get "green card"

SUR IN ENGLISH

British consulates in Spain published more information on their official website this week aimed at reassuring Britons who have had problems registering as resident of Spain ahead of Brexit. Many applicants have been unable to get appointments ... because of high demand for the so-called "green card" proof-of-residency document with Spanish authorities. Residency Up-to-date official Brexit information For up-to-date official Brexit information on residency for those in Spain, consult the ... are on offer from the Spanish government if the UK leaves with a hard Brexit and no deal with the EU. "If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, any UK national residing in Spain before the date the UK leaves will be considered legally resident for a

12:30

Opinion

How do I look?

Mark Nayler

You've got Brexit, and we've got THIS." So said the owner of my local bar last week as he pointed to the TV, which was showing hypnotisingly dull footage of Pedro Sánchez's investiture vote. As each of the 350 deputies rose to say "Yes" or "No", I ... exasperation among Britons and Spaniards and it's brought on, respectively, by the interminable farce that is Brexit and by Spain's all-too-familiar governmental vacuum. The latest Good Governance Index, compiled on the basis of World Bank data, confirms ... about repairing Spain's dented international reputation. Boris Johnson faces a similarly tough PR exercise in the UK over Brexit, which he's promised to deliver on Halloween come what may (not a pun on the name of his hopeless predecessor). Neither of

10:38

Local

Brexit isn't diminishing the UK's commitment to investing in Spain

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...investment. This means that, despite Brexit, investment has continued to come and this is very important. Last year it was 3.17 billion, and this year, the figure for the first quarter indicates that it was 850 million. If the trend continues, then by the end ... "post-Brexit" investor as "Spain is a country of opportunities for British companies". The United Kingdom represented more than 15 per cent of the total stock of direct foreign investment in the Spanish economy in 2017 (56.9 billion euros). This figure is 2.4

15:52

Opinion

The Brexit diet

ANDREW J. LINN

...but since 60% is imported - and most of that from Europe - where is Britain supposed to turn? It seems that most supporters of a hard Brexit have little idea of the mechanism that puts food on their tables. A hard Brexit, reason Spaniards, means that

12:51

Opinion

Hobson's choice

REV ADRIAN LOW

...minister completely ignore this change in the preference of the people and vow to leave. One has indicated that he will suspend parliament if it votes against a no-deal Brexit. But only 28% of the UK want a no-deal Brexit, so suspension of parliament to ... not vote last time (including the new 18 to21-year-old voters), prefer Remain by majority of more than 2:1. What a joy it would be, if at a stroke, we could cancel all the Brexit palaver that has filled the news for so long. If we do leave, of ... course, Brexit will continue to fill our screens and papers for years to come. Leaving is only the beginning. Why is no one listening to the polls? Are they afraid of democracy? Indeed, are we being bullied out and talked out of the EU. Is the BBC

18:18

LifeStyle

Rod Stewart: "I'm all for a second Brexit referendum; we were lied to before the first"

Regina Sotorrío

...last performed on the Costa del Sol; his last visit being in 2005 at the Mijas racecourse. Before he arrived, however, he agreed to answer this newspaper's questions about his career and his opinions on issues such as Brexit by email. Tricky ... strong thoughts on Brexit,” says the London-born musician of Scottish origin. “At the moment basically I feel the same way as most British people, tired of procrastination, tired of politicians who are full of self-interest. I am all for a second

17:33

National

"Many Brits live or retire in Spain and we want to keep it that way as much as possible"

Daryl Finch

British people living in Spain will be allowed to stay in the country even if the event of a "no-deal" Brexit scenario, according to foreign minister Alfonso Dastis. Dastis, speaking to Andrew Marr on British television on Sunday, said: "I do hope ... that there will be a [Brexit] deal. If there is no deal we will make sure that the lives of ordinary British people who are in Spain are not disrupted." He went on to highlight the strength of ties between Spain and the UK, "in terms of economic