In a curious sidelight to Brexit, there seems to be a bit of kerfuffle over Gibralter. From The Local:
London and Madrid have had a long and bitter dispute over the huge rock off Spain’s southern coast, which has been a British territory for more than 300 years.
British rhetoric quickly heated up after the EU’s Brexit negotiating guidelines released on Friday included a section saying Spain must have a say on any future trade deal involving Gibraltar.
In related news, the British paper, The Sun, which makes our National Inquirer look like Smithsonian Magazine, decided to do a bit of saber-rattling.