Spanish PM, Pedro Sanchez has declared intent on withdrawing support for Brexit negotiations. The threat comes over a draft agreement pertaining the Gibraltar peninsula that Spain says was altered. Gibraltar is still claimed by Spain even after it was ceded to the British under the Treaty of Ultrchist in 1713.

In confirming Spain’s withdrawal in supporting Brexit, the countries EU secretary Luis Marco Aguiriano, demands that the UK should negotiate Gibraltar’s position, not by the EU. The Secretary alleges that earlier negotiations with the EU and UK were that Spain would support Brexit solely on Gibraltar’s part of the deal.

Ireland, Spain, and Cyprus are in talks with the British concerning their boundaries. If all the other member states fail to support Brexit, then Britain’s plans of leaving the EU might wait a little longer.