Thursday, 24 August, 2017


'As reality bites the public is entitled to change its mind', says campaigner

The video shows the migrants disembarking on the shore by the small settlement of Benzu

Three times as many migrants have arrived in Spain so far this year compared to the same period in 2016

AN Irish MEP has claimed the UK is 'not brave enough' to hold another referendum on membership to the EU. As rumours suggest Brexit negotiations...

Brexit secretary slams Brussels move and questions 'consistency' over reciprocal deal

The Prime Minister has insisted that the free movement of people from the EU into Britain will end in 2019

A DAMNING report by Human Rights Watch has blasted Spain's treatment of migrants. The study, published today, claims asylum seekers and other migrants arriving by...

Rajoy denies links with alleged financer of suspected bribery scheme

PP leader gives testimony in Gurtel case

British ambassador to Spain wants to continue healthcare under similar S1 system

Right-wing prime minister Mariano Rajoy has repeatedly said the referendum is illegal and cannot be held

Spanish-based campaign group slams UK government's 'lack of preparation' in Brexit talks

Eight other town hall workers who were facing prison have been acquitted

While Almería and Telde have maintained their low level in the annual ranking, Mijas has plummeted

Morse’s worrying intervention comes as the National Audit Office said there was 'very little flexibility' in plans for a new customs system

The Queen gifted King Felipe copies of love letters from his great-grandmother to King Alfonso XIII

The visit is seen as fundamental in smoothing relations with Spain, a key negotiating partner in the Brexit negotiations

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain will visit the Queen Elizabeth and Theresa May next week

Both groups remain uncertain about their future residential rights

Police were called to the apartment by neighbours who complained of loud noises

Some 60 migrants have died so far this year trying to reach Spain

The 32-year-old has now made himself available for all such visits going forward

There is no minimum turnout needed to validate the vote, according to the bill

The Spanish monarch said the vote will only 'negate freedom'

The pair were surrounded by escorted by nine bodyguards

There will now be pressure on ministers to come up with sensible immigration plans


MARBELLA will boast Spain's first 'flying police unit' from next month.  It comes after the AENA, the State Agency for Aviation Safety (AESA) and the...


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