Friday, February 23, 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Expats come under fire from ecologists over ‘illegal housing’

Expats 'assert their right to colonise the rural landscape' according to the ecologist

Andalucia elections: ‘change’ starts there, says Podemos leader

PODEMOS leader Pablo Iglesias has pinpointed the Andalucian regional elections as the start of his party's 2015 election campaign. He told a rally of hundreds...

From New York to Essex: Podemos takes on the world

Pablo Iglesias and Inigo Errejon have adopted a 'divide and conquer' mentality

Podemos sets up in Andalucia for ‘crucial’ elections while Teresa Rodriguez heads to London

"If anywhere needs political regeneration and fresh air, it's Andalucia," said Inigo Errejon

Podemos co-founder publishes personal finances to disprove Venezuela claims

Juan Carlos Monedero has revealed how much he earned for consultancy work in Latin America

On Podemos’ march to power

With just six weeks to the Andalucian elections, the Olive Press joined the hundreds of thousands of men, women and children on Podemos’ March for Change to try to understand what makes the party tick

Divide and conquer?

As Madrid Socialists cast out stalwart Tomas Gomez, PP ranks prepare for power play, writes Mario Alegria

Costa del Sol finance and property experts react to Brexit

With an already plummeting pound and a fragile UK market, many experts backing the Remain campaign are bracing for mass change

King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia to visit the UK this summer

It would be the first visit by Spanish monarch to the UK in more than three decades

Chasing corruption: Tracking Spain’s nine biggest corruption cases in 2018

In 2017, Spain claimed 41st position in the global rankings of the Corruption Perception Index (CPI), sharing the slot with Brunei and Costa Rica with a total corruption cost of €203 billion.

Two Spanish voters die at Girona and Madrid general election polling stations

Exit polls show similar turnout to December 20 election

Spanish officials ‘delayed’ British aid trucks destined for Hurricane hit Caribbean at Gibraltar border

SPANISH officials delayed trucks of British aid that was bound for the hurricane hit Caribbean at the Gibraltar border. According to The Sun, five truckloads of...

Margaret Thatcher feared Spanish invasion of Gibraltar during Falklands War

Iron Lady sent RAF back-up to the Rock during Falklands War

Britain should send warships to Gibraltar to ‘protect it from Spain’, government advised

A former adviser says it is necessary to stave off Spain's plans for joint sovereignty of the Rock

Mariano Rajoy’s Partido Popular would win Spain general election if it was held today

MARIANO Rajoy would win another four years as prime minister of Spain if a general election was held today. A new poll today shows ruling...

VIDEO: British Ambassador to Spain reassures expats that ‘nothing will change’ for now

In the short video Manley said he has received many calls from concerned expats in the past 24 hours

PP set for Spanish general election win as Unidos Podemos battle PSOE for second

Exit poll gives PP up to 124 seats with Unidos Podemos on 89 and PSOE 86

INCREDIBLE: Up to ONE MILLION people march against independence in Barcelona

UP to one million people took to the streets of Barcelona today in a fervent call for Spanish unity. The march comes after the Catalan...

Spain overturns controversial ban on hockey matches with Gibraltar teams

The Gibraltar Hockey Association (GHA) was informed of the u-turn late on Friday night by the Royal Federation of Spanish Hockey (RFEH)

Spain lists Gibraltar as a priority at UN General Assembly

It comes after inflammatory remarks over sovereignty of the Rock from Spain's foreign minister

Spain’s first female judge at the European Court of Human Rights is against gay marriage and thinks being gay...

SPAIN'S first female judge to be appointed to the European Court of Human Rights has failed to retract previous 'homophobic' comments.  Maria Elosegui Itxaso, 60,...

Spain to announce new measures to be implemented in Catalunya

The new measures, broken down into education, healthcare and employment, are to bring about a degree of normality in the 'Catalan administration'.
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