It looks like the EU will approve British prime minister Theresa May's draft Brexit deal when its 27 leaders meet with her on Sunday.
As the EU summit on Brexit nears, Euronews takes a look at why Gibraltar is so important to Spain.
Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez says the country will veto the withdrawal agreement if no changes are made over Gibraltar — a British overseas territory that Spain has asserted claims to.
Spain's prime minister has warned that the country will reject the Brexit withdrawal deal if plans for future talks on the status of Gibraltar are not clarified.
Every day, some eight thousand Spaniards cross the border between Spain and Gibraltar to work on the rock ... By car, on foot, by bicycle ...
Now they are worried about Brexit.
Although the tiny British territory is not part of the EU customs union, businesses thriving there, fear regulation of the border could become more rigid and its economy relies on workers crossing the border with Spain
Gibraltar residents mark the territory's national day with celebrations and a word from British Prime Minister Theresa May
Brexit could affect about 12,000 workers who cross the border into Gibraltar daily. Over 50 percent of them are Spaniards.
Ahead of formal Brexit negotiations, the two key industries face an uncertain future.
The border crossing between Gibraltar and La Linea, the closest Spanish town to the Rock, epitomises the relationship between Spain and the United Kingdom, even more so since the advent of…
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