Spain will use the Brexit negotiations between Britain and the EU to attack Gibraltar's low-tax economic model, which Madrid sees as a “tax haven” that engages in “unfair competition”. Madrid's stance comes as the EU hardens its position towards the UK  .
Like many other European cities it remains on high alert for terror attacks and the official advice is that a terrorist attack is very likely to happen in Spain ... be closed and there may be travel delays. The official UK Government travel advice states.
They are targeting specific areas where they could defeat Mrs May's government in parliament over its Brexit-related legislation, believing they can successfully press the government to rule out a “no deal” scenario and secure a post-Brexit transition.
Things she had long taken for granted — including the ability to live, work and travel freely anywhere in the EU — suddenly seemed in doubt. To make matters worse, ... As the months went by, and the UK position continued to harden, it seemed like a.
Tui UK & Ireland claims one law firm has dropped 1,800 holiday sickness cases against it and has revealed customers who submitted false or exaggerated against hoteliers in Majorca in the past year can now “expect criminal action to be taken”.
The storm is then forecast to travel ... government forecasters said the storm could be the most severe weather to hit the country since 1961 - when Hurricane Debbie made landfall. In Britain, the Met Office said Ophelia's gusts are forecast to make it.
The Catalan parliament has approved a law to hold a referendum to break away from Spain , setting it on a collision course with Madrid, which has vowed to stop it. A majority of the regional parliament, which is controlled by pro-independence parties.
Spain's government has threatened to cut off funds for Catalonia unless the administration in the region shows it is not using the money to prepare for a secession referendum. In a decision certain to raise tempers in Barcelona, Mariano Rajoy's centre.
We have all the tickets to stand up to Openreach,” said Evan Wienburg, TrueSpeed's chief executive, referring to the BT engineering arm, which controls the UK's national broadband network. This sort of investment ... And TrueSpeed do not need.
The decline of Timbuktu's tourism is far from unique, as the traffic-light system used by government travel advisory websites neatly shows. It is now impossible to travel overland from the Mediterranean to sub-Saharan Africa without entering territory.