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Maria - not her real name - was detained at Luton airport after spending a Christmas break in her home country of Spain. / A Spanish woman was deported from the UK after returning from a Christmas holiday in Málaga, despite presenting the necessary Brexit paperwork that showed her right to live and work in the country.
he OBR pours cold water on hopes for a big boost from the Pacific trade deal. / Have you ever wondered how the UK, based firmly in the north Atlantic, managed to join the free trade area known as the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)? After all, as the name suggests, it is for countries around the Pacific.
A hotel employers' association in Spain has slammed 'chaos' at passport control in Tenerife South Airport following Brexit. Some arrivals have claimed that 'queues are miles long' for UK passport control, while EU passport holders 'sail through'.
Brits going on holiday to Tenerife are being warned of "chaos" at the south airport partly caused by Brexit.
“I don’t think the UK is in a good place right now. I am not writing off the UK but they have made it more difficult for us to grow there,” said the 52-year-old, who was born in Alicante, grew up in Brussels and then studied at Imperial College London.
Following the recent Spanish elections, Andrew Canessa shines a light on the problematic nature of Gibraltar’s border with Spain, and the protracted efforts to resolve the issue.
Chris Pellow, 64, will get to vote in Spain’s election on Sunday, but says it’s no compensation for the problems caused by the UK’s exit from Europe
A Spanish election victory for conservatives could spell disaster for UK-Spain sovereignty deal over the ‘Rock’.
There are new entry requirements for Brits travelling to Spain since Brexit.
Among the local government team in Spain's Costa Blanca region, a name with a distinctly British ring to it stands out.
The rationing of fruit and vegetables by supermarkets "could last for weeks" an expert has warned - but shelves in Europe are "heaving" with fresh produce.
Campaigners from across the country joined forces in Leeds city centre today (25 March) as part of a national call to rejoin the EU. / The protest was one of more than 30 events taking place in Britain – plus two in Spain – on what was dubbed a 'Day for Rejoin'.
Some of the UK's biggest supermarkets are limiting sales of tomatoes and other salad items.
Iceland's boss says a dearth of fruit and vegetables in stores is due to climate change, but a European country's minister suggests other factors are also at play - saying: "Brexit was not a great deal."
The Tap It Out cycling club will now have to close after paying the fee.
Britain will continue trying to recruit the health workers it needs from abroad, but getting back those its lost to the EU is unlikely - as ITV News Europe Editor James Mates reports.
Spain and Britain are reportedly close to a deal on the status of Gibraltar, but those living there say the anxiety over their future is making it difficult to cope.
Warm weather, fast internet and a specially designed visa are just some of the incentives Spanish authorities are hoping will attract Britons to return after being blocked by Brexit restrictions.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is shifting some of its euro swaps trading desk to Milan from London, the latest example of roles moving to the continent after Brexit.
Thousands of British expats are unable to obtain driving licences – and some say the isolation and difficulty of not being able to drive has harmed their health.
New government figures show post-Brexit slump in UK exports to Germany, France, Italy and Spain – and failure to transition exports to the US and China, says ParcelHero
New Government figures show a massive post-Brexit slump in UK exports to Germany, France, Italy and Spain – and reveal the UK failed to transition to key export markets such as the USA and China. The new International Trade Secretary, Kemi Badenoch, faces an uphill battle, warns ParcelHero.
Promises of a special trading relationship with America have also yet to materialise, the ONS figures show. / New Government figures show a massive post-Brexit slump in UK exports to Germany, France, Italy and Spain – and reveal the UK failed to transition to key export markets such as the USA and China.
At the very time when government wants to be less dependent on food imports, it’s becoming impossible for some farmers to survive.
A study has suggested that the complicated process of securing a visa to live in Spain was putting Britons off.