To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what steps he will take to ensure that Gibraltar is permitted to enjoy the rights concerning the free movement of goods, capital, services and people prescribed by membership of the European Union. 
We take seriously our responsibilities for Gibraltar within the EU. We stand up firmly for Gibraltar's EU rights to exercise free movement of capital, services and people and shall continue to do so. Gibraltarians' right to free movement will not, for example, be affected by the Treaty of Amsterdam. Provisions on the free movement of goods do not apply in Gibraltar. Since Gibraltar is outside the Community Customs Territory and the Common Commercial policy, it is treated as a third country for imports into the Community.
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what restrictions are placed on civilian aircraft using Gibraltar airport in respect of their use of airspace, at take-off and on final approach to landing. 
Spain prohibits civilian aircraft movements to the North and West of Gibraltar in a way which affects approaches to, and departures from, Gibraltar.