Are the Spanish giving their colonial territories in Africa - Ceuta and Melilla back to Morocco?
Oh no wait, Spain claims these are integral parts of Spain so the same rules don't apply:-
"The Spanish position states that both Ceuta and Melilla are integral parts of Spain, and have been since the 16th century, whereas Gibraltar, being a British Overseas Territory, is not and never has been part of the United Kingdom."
"Morocco maintains that the Spanish presence in Ceuta and the other presidios on its coast is a remnant of the colonial past which should be ended. The United Nations list of Non-Self-Governing Territories does not consider those Spanish territories to be colonies, whereas it does declare Gibraltar as a non-decolonized territory."
Sounds like double standards based on a technicality, where we're playing fair and the Spanish are using trickery!