Monday, August 20, 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

UKIP MEPs raise Gibraltar flag in European Parliament

The Gibraltar flag was raised in the European Parliament by UKIP MEPs

DAVID CAMERON: Second EU referendum ‘not remotely on the cards’

There were hopes for a second vote among Remainers

SPAIN: Gibraltar heading for abrupt single market exit, British ‘consistently misinterpret’ our Brexit position

A SPANISH source close to the Brexit negotiations has said Gibraltar is heading towards and abrupt exit from the single market. According to the senior...

Spanish singer Marta Sanchez causes controversy with rendition of national anthem

Famous for its lyricless form, Sanchez chose to sing her own lyrics to the anthem’s beat, which was composed so soldiers could march to a beat.

No confidence vote for Spain’s Mariano Rajoy to be held THIS WEEK

The PP has been plagued by a string of corruption cases in recent months

Odds slashed on second Brexit referendum

IN ANOTHER twist to the Brexit saga, Nigel Farage is now calling for a second referendum. The former UKIP leader announced on Thursday that he...

Protests erupt in Spain after Supreme Court rules 25 Catalunya leaders to be tried for rebellion – with some...

PROTESTORS hit the street Barcelona last night after the Supreme Court announced it would be stepping up its legal action against separatists.  It ruled that...

Almost 100 politicians and business leaders accused in Costa del Sol corruption case

Astapa was first uncovered on June 17 2008 as a result of a complaint filed by Socialist councilors David Valadez and Cristina Rodríguez

Spain denies illegal incursion by naval vessel into waters off Gibraltar

A spokesperson for Spain's Foreign Ministry insisted that Spain does not recognise maritime spaces belonging to Great Britain unless they are listed in Article 10 of the Utrecht treaty

Metro poll shows 91% of people think Brexit should be stopped

More than 6000 people have voted in the poll, available to see in the link below, and was started after pro-Europe Tory MP Anna Soubry appeared on The Andrew Marr Show.

Toff of the pops! Georgia flies in for exclusive club opening

SHE is the hot new fashion columnist for the Sunday Times… and recently won smash TV show I’m a Celebrity...Get me out of here! So,...

Podemos Cadiz to forge links with Gibraltar

Juan Antonio Delgado told supporters a relationship with Gibraltar is crucial to the area’s economic and social prosperity

PSOE rejects opportunity to form coalition government with PP

Mariano Rajoy scrambles for allies after general election

UK Brexit divorce bill ‘honours its share of unpaid bills worth €50 billion’

There has been no final agreement on a final figure and senior officials think its share of unpaid bills, loans, pensions and other EU liabilities could total between €55bn to €60bn. 

Spain vows to send more police officers to combat ‘narcos state’ in Cadiz

Extra police have been drafted in to help ease the strain on existing forces who are struggling to keep up with the drug traffickers.

Spain ‘will probably have new prime minister’ by Friday, sources claim

A source claimed PP leaders are starting to see defeat as the most likely outcome
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