Sunday, 26 March, 2017

National News

Owner Amancio Ortega raked in more than €1 billion

The Asociacion Amigos del Mar Costa Tropical spoke out against the problem to the Olive Press

She was hit by the attacker's car and was thrown under a bus while her husband John was at work

Defence experts fear there will be a security 'loophole'

She was walking across Westminster bridge after a day's work

The amputation of ears, claws, teeth or vocal chords is also banned

The government has promised to hold a referendum by the end of September

Reports say some 12 people have been left injured

Brexit could see a surge in European citizens using human rights laws to remain in the UK

Poverty has increased in the country despite its solid performance

Fracking firms have been met with strong opposition from locals and regional authorities

Only six people have seen the 'secret EU strategy', including Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker

The feature piece sees May pose for noted photographer Annie Leibovitz while answering questions on a range of issues

It is hoped the tags will also prevent owners from abandoning or mistreating their animals.

It is thought the issue will be at the top of the agenda once Brexit talks begin

Spain and the UK climbed up the rankings

The rights of British expats and EU citizens in the UK will be decided during negotiations

First Minister of Scotland Sturgeon said blocking the vote would be a 'democratic outrage'

Antonio, who used to be an electrician, lost his way and ended up homeless following a bout of depression

Spain has one of the highest rates of temporary contracts in the EU

She made the announcement as MPs in Westminster are preparing to give Theresa May the power to trigger Article 50

High winds and torrential rain are predicted to lash the country

His behaviour was labelled 'incredibly rude and ugly' by critics

Malaga was the fourth biggest hit province behind Madrid, Barcelona and Alicante,


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