her Brexit blueprint. The prime minister was accused of caving in to Spain’s demands over the future of the British overseas territory, after Madrid threatened to veto the Brexit deal due to be agreed by the EU today. Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez said the UK
Theresa May has been forced to make an 11th-hour deal over Gibraltar to head off a diplo-matic row, clearing the way
for a key summit to approve
and EU had conceded to its call for guarantees over Gibraltar’s status. Ms May insisted the UK’s position on the sovereignty of Gibraltar had not changed while Lib Dem Brexit spokesman Tom Brake said the PM had “cast the people of Gibraltar aside”.