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11:49

Gibraltar

Meetings with Tory top brass raise the profile of Gibraltar issues

DARYL FINCH

...prime minister, Theresa May, was followed by meetings with the candidates to succeed her as head of the Conservative party, Boris Johnson MP and Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, on Thursday morning. Picardo met May at Downing Street, accompanied by Dr

14:22

Gibraltar

Theresa May confirms support for Gibraltar at Tory conference

Debbie Bartlett

British prime minister Theresa May visited the Gibraltar reception at the Conservative Party conference this week, the first time any prime minister has done so. In a speech welcoming Mrs May, chief minister Fabian Picardo thanked her for her clear

11:00

National

Brexpats accuses Theresa May of denying basic human rights

Tony Bryant

Brexpats in Spain, the organisation set up to defend the rights of European expat residents in the lead-up to the forthcoming Brexit, has written to British prime minister, Theresa May, to express the group's disappointment concerning the treatment ... of the 1.2 million British passport holders living in the EU. Following Theresa May's speech in September, president of Brexpats, Anne Hernández, accused the prime minister of "totally overlooking the existence" of foreign residents living in the ... denied us a basic human right". "Not mentioning us in her statement on Friday has just proven to us how little she actually cares. Our patience is running very thin. Theresa May's announcement was the straw that broke the camel's back, and just

14:18

Gibraltar

Theresa May stresses support for Gibraltar on National Day

Debbie Bartlett

...rapturous applause. As usual, the British political scene was well-represented with a cross-party selection of visitors including the Minister for Europe, Sir Alan Duncan. There were also reassuring words from British prime minister Theresa May in a

15:22

National

A further week of Brexit turmoil sees pound fall sharply against the euro

Jennie Rhodes

...referendum more likely. At the very least, our case has ensured that any future referendum will be under stricter scrutiny against illegal activity." Vote delayed Also on Monday, the prime minister, Theresa May, announced that the UK parliament vote on ... their euro bank accounts. The delay led to SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon tweeting that she would be prepared to merge with the Labour Party in order to topple Theresa May in a vote of no confidence. However, the call was unanswered by Jeremy Corbyn,

15:05

Gibraltar

Gibraltar a sticking point for Spain in run-up to Brexit deal ratification

Debbie Bartlett

Understanding and these had almost been agreed, but pointed out that, in any case, they are separate from the withdrawal agreement and neither depended on the other. Meanwhile, Theresa May appeared to have backing for the UK's withdrawal agreement, and it was ... happy with either. On Wednesday evening Theresa May said she had spoken with the Spanish prime minister and was confident that by Sunday a deal could be reached that delivered for "the whole UK family including Gibraltar". On Thursday it was ... subject to last-minute legal checks, and said that "desite the threats, Gibraltar will be part of any withdrawal agreement and transitional arrangement if there is one". So now, it is really down to Theresa May. She returns to Brussels on Saturday for

11:52

National

EU agrees to Brexit delay but length depends on May's deal vote

Jennie Rhodes

The leaders of the 27 EU countries agreed on Thursday night to allowing the UK an extension to article 50 to delay its exit from the Union. Theresa was told, however that the UK can have until 22 May to organise legislation if prime minister Theresa ... After MPs voted overwhelmingly for an extension to article 50 last week, on Monday, House of Commons Speaker, John Bercow, rejected a third meaningful vote on Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement, stating that the deal had to be "fundamentally different -

11:43

National

Citizens' groups in EU27 react angrily to draft Brexit deal

Jennie Rhodes

Citizens' groups representing Britons abroad have reacted "with anger and disappointment" to the draft Brexit deal which Theresa May's cabinet approved on Wednesday evening. British in Europe, which is an umbrella organisation representing British ... when both sides knew it was critical for us." Theresa May has said that she is "determined to see this through" despite criticism on many frontsBy Thursday morning, May's draft deal had already led to the resignation of three senior Tories and calls ... Rees-Mogg emerged in which he calls for a vote of no confidence against Theresa May and suggests she should "step aside". Leader of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn, whose views on Brexit have never been made clear, said that the existing deal "does not meet