London gets a Rock on the head

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It has happened before. Cars along the check point of La Linea de la Concepcion in Cadiz, Andalusia, southern Spain, in August 2013. Spain was then considering imposing a border-crossing fee for access to Gibraltar. Following a Brexit, the border could be closed for good without legal complications.

Gibraltarians are more in a business-friendly than a patriotic mood


Increasingly, it is becoming clear that a Brexit referendum could signal the end of the “U” in the U.K. Gibraltar’s government argues that each territory of the U.K. should make the 2017 referendum choice separately. The Scottish National Party and Plaid Cymru in Wales have called for separate referendums as well. If there was a Brexit, it may be of England alone.

Thousands of tourists and workers make their way from Spain to the 7 km “Rock” of Gibraltar every day, which is the source of the ...


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