This 4 April 2017 video is called Gibraltar accuses Spain of ship incursion.
Both Britain and Spain at the moment have wobbly right-wing minority governments. Both are European Union allies for the time being. Both are NATO military allies. Nevertheless, recently a politician of the ruling British Conservative party threatened Spain with a Falklands/Malvinas style war about Gibraltar.
And now, King Felipe VI of Spain has counterattacked while on a state visit to Britain. Though he did not (yet) threaten to send an ‘invincible’ Spanish armada to England like his predecessor Felipe II did in 1588 …
From daily The Independent in Britain today:
Spanish king risks diplomatic row after raising Gibraltar during state visit to Britain
King Felipe raises issue during speech in Parliament
Arj Singh, TONY JONES, Andrew Woodcock
Gibraltar has criticised the king of Spain for saying the governments of his country and Britain will find a solution on the Rock’s future that is “acceptable to all involved”.
King Felipe raised the thorny issue as he addressed MPs and peers at the Royal Gallery in the Houses of Parliament during his state visit.
Michael ‘Poundland Pinochet’ Howard Rattles Sabre over Gibraltar: here.
There is a third aspect to this re Brexit and Gibraltarians’ views
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