A Spanish warship sailed into disputed waters off Gibraltar on Tuesday, the British overseas territory said, at a time of high tension between London and Madrid over the fate of the Rock.
The coach of third division Spanish side Eldense was arrested by police investigating suspicions of match-fixing after his side's 12-0 defeat to Barcelona's B team on Saturday.
The EU's Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier urged Britain on Tuesday to "keep calm and negotiate" after a row broke out over the fate of the rocky outcrop of Gibraltar.
The Sun published a polemical front page on Tuesday launching a “Gibraltar Campaign” with the headline “Up yours Senors: Our message to meddling leaders of Spain and the EU." But it wasn't just the spelling that was wrong.
Police in southern Spain on Tuesday staged raids targeting assets of the family of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad.
It appeared that just days after Article 50 was triggered, parts of the British establishment were already threatening to "go to war" with Spain to protect Gibraltar. But how likely is that?