This May 12, 2016 photo shows a Barbary macaque as it pauses, lower right, with the Rock of Gibraltar looming in the background on in Gibraltar. (AP Photo/Brian Witte)
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Gibraltar is preparing for a post-Brexit setup in which its firms will have no longer access to the European Union market but will maintain a preferential relationship with Britain, a top Gibraltar financial official said Tuesday."We are currently planning for a hard Brexit," James Tipping, director at Gibraltar's government body for financial promotion, told EU lawmakers in a hearing in Brussels.He said Gibraltar did not expect to obtain a "special status" and was resigned to lose its access to the EU market after Britain leaves the EU at the end of a process triggered in March by British Prime Minister Theresa May.The EU offered Spain a veto right over the future relationship between Gibraltar and the EU after Britain leaves the bloc.
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