Why Gibraltar Remains an Issue in Post-Brexit Talks

The aftershocks of the U.K.’s exit from the European Union are still being felt in Gibraltar, the rocky outcrop at Spain’s southern tip that’s been British for three centuries. Its 2.35 billion-pound ($3.2 billion) services-based economy is dependent on the untrammeled flow of frontier workers and other visitors coming in from Spain — the type of free movement that Brexit was meant to limit. Rules guiding border protocols are still in flux, even after the EU and the U.K. sealed their divorce.

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