Spain may have attempted to invade England in 1588 but it seems that the country may become its best friend according to an article in Bloomberg.
PM Mariano Rajoy is well aware of the importance of British tourism and investments in Spain and he has to ensure this continues if he wants unemployment to fall.
Nearly 18 million Britons visited Spain in 2016 and Spanish companies have invested some €122 billion on British soil.
Brexit will negatively affect the European Union, but mostly Great Britain, especially when the anti-globalisation polices of Donald Trump take effect.
The The United Kingdom leaving the European Union is neither desirable nor favourable, but contains fewer risks for Spain than for the UK.
Theresa May wants an impossible solution of a free market of assets, services and money without the free movement of people in a transitory agreement. Early indications point to an uncertain Brexit and effects which will remain for several years.