The Olive Press’ most commented news of the week
A pair of actors have made a poignant return to the set of the BBC’s most famous flop.
The chief minister is fighting back over claims that his government protected drug smugglers and money launderers.
The British chancellor has been accused of taking cocaine and partying with prostitutes in a sensational Spanish radio interview.
A British motorist has criticised the Guardia Civil after being detained for hours over an escalating set of trumped-up charges.
The disgraced son-in-law of King Juan Carlos was reported by El Mundo to have sent an email which included a pun about Prince Felipe and Letizia’s bedroom activities, and screenshots of prominent female newsreaders at the time, including Letizia, entitled ‘orgasms’.
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