SPAIN has capitulated on Gibraltar and is set to surrender the Rock for a second time, according to a former Spanish foreign minister.
José Manuel García-Margallo said a last-minute Brexit deal between Madrid and London was "nonsense and very difficult to implement in practice". And in a blistering attack on the socialist government of Pedro Sanchez, he warned his country had shown a lack of "national will" and was in danger of becoming a "foreign irrelevance".
Mr Margallo said the agreements were sold as "a diplomatic victory" by Madrid but had in fact represented the resignation of all Spanish interests on Gibraltar.
Mr. Picardo stated "We seek normality and the positive relationship of corporation going forward."
A former Spanish foreign minister says Spain has surrendered on Gibraltar