Deputy Chief Minister, is the Minister with responsibilty for work related to Gibraltar's EU departure.
In November 2018, the United Kingdom and the European Union concluded the terms of an agreement for the orderly departure of the former from the EU. Gibraltar was a part of that agreement. The Withdrawal Agreement included a transitional phase until the end of 2020, which also covered Gibraltar.
However, at the same time, Gibraltar worked closely with the United Kingdom for the eventuality of an EU departure without an agreement. In that time, the Government of Gibraltar issued a considerable amount of information which encouraged citizens and businesses to prepare for a possible a no-deal Brexit. This work was repeated and updated as the transitional period came to an end on 31 December 2020.
The relevant documentation published by HM Government of Gibraltar can be found on this portal.”
This booklet contains information which will help you to plan for a No Deal Brexit.
Click here to read or download an electronic copy: Preparing for a No Deal Brexit - Get Ready
This booklet contains information which will help you to plan for a No Negotiated Outcome.
Click here to read or download an electronic copy: Guidance to Citizens - No UK-EU treaty on the future relationship of Gibraltar
Technical Notices 2021
Technical Notices 2022
Technical Notices 2023
14/03/2023 - Technical Notice - Reciprocal recognition and exchange of Gibraltar driving licences with Spain
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the UK Government has published official information that British people moving to or living in Spain need to know, including guidance on Brexit, residency, passports and healthcare.