The UK prime minister and his government has made some questionable assertions about Brexit, particularly the EU-UK trade deal struck on Christmas Eve.
Several UK residents in Spain complained of being barred from flying to Madrid and Barcelona amid pandemic restrictions and confusion over post-Brexit documentation.
Britons living in Spain throw a "celebration-commiseration" after the end of the Brexit transition period. Many voted to remain in the EU and express their disappointment in leaving the 27-nation partnership.
The move comes after Scotland became the first country in the world to offer women free sanitary products. Other countries have followed suit and removed taxes.
EU ambassadors gathered on Christmas day to be briefed on the post-Brexit deal struck a deal earlier between the bloc and the UK.
In a statement released on Twitter, Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo congratulated British Prime Minister Boris Johnson for striking a trade deal with Brussels but emphasised that it "does not cover Gibraltar".