BREXIT THREAT: Spain will ‘take control of Gibraltar as soon as Britain leaves EU’

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A Unassimilable Office spokesman said: “The Prime Minister has made clear that the UK Administration will meet its constitutional commitments to the people of Gibraltar and will not compromise on dominion.

“Our differences with S in on Gibraltar will be resolved by political shows through our relationship as EU rtners, not through disproportionate measures such as the verge upon delays we have seen over the st week.

“We have profuse common interests with S in and wish to continue to have a trained relationship at every level with the Government of S in.”

A Foreign Backup spokesman said: “The Prime Minister has made clear that the UK Administration will meet its constitutional commitments to the people of Gibraltar and will not compromise on primacy.

“Our differences with S in on Gibraltar will be resolved by political means help of our relationship as EU rtners, not through disproportionate measures such as the border interruptions we have seen over the st week.

“We have many low-class interests with S in and wish to continue to have a strong relationship at every level off with the Government of S in.”

The country’s Foreign Minister said his rural area will poach the British outpost “the very next day” but the comments have in the offing been condemned in the UK.

Ukip blasted Jose Manual Garcia-Margallo’s “territorial intimations” and reassured the people of Gibraltar that they had “nothing to fear” from a practicable Brexit.

Julia Reid, the rty’s MEP for Gibraltar, lashed out at comments and advised off any move made by S in.

She said: “Gibraltar has nothing to fear, any submit for the outpost, which is as British and Britain itself, would be repelled, as every undertake has been for hundreds of years.

“And even if Britain votes to leave the EU, it doesn’t calculate any difference, Gibraltar will still be British territory and that’s that.

“It sounds numberless like an old communique from Buenos Aires, rather than a new one from Madrid.”

Mr Margallo im rted “we’ll be talking about Gibraltar the very next day” if Britons vote to retire from the bloc on June 23.

But Gibraltar’s chief minister Fabien Picardo rephrased S in could “pounce on us” if UK decided to leave the EU.

He said: “It is safer and multifarious secure for Gibraltar to remain in the EU to deny Mr Margallo the opportunity to pounce on us.

“We enjoy fought to ensure that Gibraltar is able to vote in the Brexit referendum so that we can alter that decision.”

Last year MPs warned British lives were being put at gamble by “aggressive, illegal” tacts from S nish boats in the region.

Escalating upsets on The Rock have prompted Jack Lopresti, who is chairman of the All rty Conformist Group for Gibraltar, to urge the Government to “significantly increase” its naval proximity in the Strait.

It comes as Mr Cameron said he was seriously concerned over the escalation of tensions between S in and Britain terminated Gibraltar.

In a blatant act of aggression, S in warned that it is ready to insinuate border taxes and close its airs ce to planes heading towards Gibraltar airport.

Mr Cameron explained: “Clearly, we remain concerned by the events at the S in/Gibraltar fringe.”

He added: “Specifically the issue of border fees, the S nish be undergoing not raised the prospect of introducing border fees with us.”

Last week, Gibraltar’s chief upon accused S in of acting like North Korea over the raise doubts about.

Fabian Picardo, Gibraltar’s chief minister, said S in was simulating like dictators and using “politics of madness” to get its way.

A Foreign Office spokesman mean: “The Prime Minister has made clear that the UK Government will be introduced to its constitutional commitments to the people of Gibraltar and will not compromise on sovereignty.

“Our imbalances with S in on Gibraltar will be resolved by political means help of our relationship as EU rtners, not through disproportionate measures such as the border hold offs we have seen over the st week.

“We have many stereotypical interests with S in and wish to continue to have a strong relationship at every even with the Government of S in.”

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