Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Cameron refuses to talk about sovereignty with Rajoy

Main item on agenda: the euro crisis
LONDON (Agencies) British Prime Minister David Cameron refused to talk about the sovereignty of Gibraltar with his Spanish counterpart, Mariano Rajoy, when the latter visited him yesterday at No. 10. The fact was not unexpected as Rajoy had announced his intentions but Cameron and Foreign Secretary William Hague had already said that the subject would not come up 'without the approval of the people of Gibraltar'. At the press conference after the meeting, Cameron said that there was no change in the Government's position, while Rajoy is quoted as saying that they "had different positions but we will talk in the future."

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