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Sources Claim Spain Will Insist On Excluding Gibraltar From Any Brexit Deal

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Sources Claim Spain Will Insist On Excluding Gibraltar From Any Brexit Deal

Sources Claim Spain Will Insist On Excluding Gibraltar From Any Brexit Deal

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Spanish diplomatic sources claim that Spain will insist on excluding Gibraltar from all agreements between Britain and the European Union once the UK leaves the EU.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has said that Spain intends to revive its bid for shared sovereignty over Gibraltar, a British territory since 1713, following Brexit.

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