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12:20

Local

Andalusian MEP warns of "difficult and dangerous" times ahead for the Costa tourism industry

Tony Bryant

Member of the European Parliament, Clara Aguilera García, visited the Costa del Sol last week to participate in a conference concerning the UK's troubled withdrawal agreement from the EU. The conference was held at the Palacio de Congresos in ... "At the moment the situation is complicated and the ambience is not very good"Highlighting the current problems the British government is facing with regards to its withdrawal policy, she went on to say that there were "difficult and dangerous" times

18:51

Gibraltar

Brexit brings a different flag but no immediate change for Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

...government would have preferred Brexit not to be happening. If it had to happen, however, they said that approval of the Withdrawal Agreement and associated Gibraltar Protocol was essential to ensure an orderly withdrawal. Securing Gibraltar's inclusion in ... Withdrawal Agreement and, in particular, to prepare for the first meetings of the Committees established under the MoUs. These meetings will take place in late February in Algeciras. These MoUs cover matters such as citizens' rights, police and customs

10:29

Gibraltar

Anti-Brexit protest planned in La Línea

Debbie Bartlett

A long-planned anti-Brexit protest in La Línea is still expected to go ahead tomorrow (Saturday), even though the British government and the EU say they have reached agreement over a new withdrawal deal. British MPs will have to approve the deal if ... make its way to the Plaza de la Constitución. The organisers are extremely concerned about the effects of Brexit on Gibraltar and the nearby area, whether or not a withdrawal deal is agreed.

11:57

Local

UK Embassy reassures Britons on Brexit paperwork requirements

SUR IN ENGLISH

...end of the month, said the Embassy. The UK parliament is currently approving the Withdrawal Agreement, which now looks virtually certain to take Britain out of the EU on 31 January, moving the country into an official transition, or implementation, ... protected if registered The Withdrawal Agreement also guarantees British residents the same rights as now in healthcare, pensions, work and residency beyond that date providing they are registered by the end of the transition, 31 December. In a message ... are, as originally there were alternative terms if the UK left without a deal with the EU. That risk subsided with the Conservatives winning a big majority in last December's British general election. The UK's Withdrawal Agreement with the EU, when

12:53

National

Brits in Spain still divided over Brexit and the UK's future relationship with the EU

TONY BRYANT / JENNIE RHODES

...of citizens' rights in the Withdrawal Agreement, opinion is divided on issues such as the relationship between the UK and EU as well as future travel and working arrangements. Withdrawal Agreement eases healthcare concerns of British ... read the Withdrawal Agreement, that my Spanish partner would be able to come with me and work in the UK. Currently I have the right to move back and have my EU citizen partner join me and work." Hugh Whittam, who has lived in Malaga for 14 years, ... voted to leave. He says he is "happy with the Withdrawal Agreement" and is "positive" about Britain's future outside the EU. "We should all get behind our government now, as we should have done after the referendum, instead of being so doom-laden and

18:09

Opinion

The Hokey Cokey

Jennie Rhodes

...to leave and then not, our rights have been protected, then protected as long as everyone else reciprocated, then not protected because we were about to go crashing out without a deal and finally to the 2020 Withdrawal Act. While the act guarantees ... work? Who knows. Even the transition period remains to be seen. Boris Johnson seems determined that it will not be delayed beyond 31 December 2020, but we have little to go on when it comes to the UK government sticking to deadlines. The Withdrawal Act

12:30

National

A rollercoaster four years for Brits in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

...and the improbable idea that the UK would vote to leave the EU after 43 years started to look like a reality. Mijas offers support to residents Withdrawal Agreement eases healthcare concerns of British pensioners in Spain Almost immediately ... as a minister after tabling an amendment to the Withdrawal Agreement to secure citizens' rights. He may have lost allies in the political world but he gained thousands of friends across the EU who knew someone was really listening to their plight. ... those fighting for citizens' rights paid off and Brits legally resident in the EU and vice versa retain their rights to healthcare, pensions, residency and working arrangements according to the Withdrawal Act which comes into force tonight.