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13:55

Opinion

How to keep the Brits on the Costa del Sol

Ivan Gelibter

...all of them did. Some decided to buy a home here in order to retire within the Schengen area, and selected Malaga province as the best place to be. British citizens with no access to the health care system are worried about how to get their Covid ... and cannot return to the Schengen area for another three months. This seriously affects those who normally spend six months in each country, avoiding the cold of the UK winter and the excessive heat of the Spanish summer. These so-called 'swallows'

21:06

National

Spain to reopen frontiers with the EU on 21 June

MIGUEL ÁNGEL ALFONSO

...announced in a Tweet on Monday that the Spanish government had confirmed that the UK is included in the group of countries to which border relaxations on 21 June will apply. With regard to the arrival of tourists from third countries outside the Schengen

15:51

Gibraltar

Agreement reached in principle over Gibraltar’s future relationship with EU

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar’s future relationship with the European Union. Specific details have still to be ironed out, but the parties involved indicated that this could be done within six months. Gibraltar would have access to Schengen, and the EU border force Frontex ... would control entry and exit to the Schengen area and to Gibraltar. This has been agreed initially for four years. Everything laid out in the agreement will be enshrined in a treaty between UK and EU regarding areas of EU competence. Picardo said this

14:24

Travel

The insider guide to Gran Canaria

Andrew Forbes

...are at level 1, with the least restrictions, followed by Tenerife and Fuerteventura at level 2. Both level 1 and 2 islands are open for tourism from the Schengen area as well as almost a dozen other countries on Spain’s travel corridor list. At the

16:50

Local

Automatic passport reading fully operational in Malaga airport

SUR

National Police have announced that the automatic passport reading machines at Malaga airport for passengers coming from outside the Schengen area are now fully installed. From this week, officers will be stepping up efforts to inform travellers

12:24

National

The exception is because of Schengen

j.g.

Schengen exception, an agreement signed in 1992 between the authorities in Spain and Morocco to allow the border with Ceuta to be crossed from Tétouan without a visa. This meant that Moroccan citizens with a passport issued in that province didn’t need any

17:20

Gibraltar

Gibraltar will 'stretch every sinew' for post-Brexit deal

Debbie Bartlett

...an agreement is certain. In answer to questions about Gibraltar joining Schengen and the Customs Union, he said that full membership would be a bureaucratic and unnecessary nightmare for such a small territory, but other arrangements might be

11:46

Gibraltar

Gibraltar border problems lie ahead for people and some goods if no Brexit agreement reached

Debbie Bartlett

...means their passports will have to be stamped every time they cross the border in either direction, and their documents scanned into the Schengen Information System. People crossing from Gibraltar into Spain would only be able to spend 90 out of any ... 180 days in the Schengen area, and could be questioned about the reasons for their visit and whether they have the means of subsistence while they are there. Also, from 2020, the ETIAS travel pre-authorisation system would apply. In terms of ... possibility of being part of Schengen, but one problem with that is that Spain says it wants to control entry points to Gibraltar and the Gibraltar authorities say having Spanish officers on their territory is a line they are not prepared to cross. The

15:00

Gibraltar

New security checks could mean long border delays

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

New EU security controls were implemented at Schengen borders with effect from Friday 7 April and as a result it is possible that there will be delays for pedestrians and motorists entering and leaving Gibraltar. In fact, there were queues of over ... Rock to a standstill. As the UK is not part of the Schengen Agreement, Gibraltar does not have to introduce any further controls but Spain is obliged to do so. This means that from today onwards Spanish officials will have to check all identity