Wednesday, September 29

The bitterness between London and the EU over Ulster spreads to Gibraltar

Correspondent in Brussels



The tensions between the United Kingdom and the European Union raised by differences over Irish protocol, a situation that threatens to bog down the negotiations on Gibraltar that they should start in September and that they also start from an extremely difficult position because both the London Government and its representatives in the colony have already considered the draft negotiating mandate approved by the European Commission unacceptable. The new Spanish Foreign Minister, José Manuel Albares, traveled to London yesterday to meet with his colleague Dominique Raab and to try to soften the British position that is considered as completely inflexible also in this field, but there is no evidence that anything progressed in this regard.

The call that