Friday, 20 October, 2017


Sanchez and his 85 delegates voted against Mariano Rajoy when the PP leader held a vote on forming a new government earlier this month

Podemos demands proved too much for opposing delegates

VOTING is underway in municipal elections  across Andalucia today. There are also regional and municipal elections across much of Spain that could challenge the grip...

Anti-corruption party Podemos could be on course to gain Barcelona
Pentagon chief swoops in

EXCLUSIVE: Pentagon chief swoops in

Hosted by TV show Marbella Now, the summit takes place on April 5 at Laude International College

CATALONIA'S parliament has passed a law paving the way for an October 1 referendum on whether to declare independence from Spain, which is being fiercely opposed by...

It comes despite a council meeting, last month, that agreed to outlaw such entertainment

The embattled PSOE have said they will abstain from tomorrow's vote

A BRITISH expat who returned to the UK has been found starving and sleeping rough after his local council refused to house him. David Sutcliffe,...

She also said the UK wants to continue to participate in the European Health Insurance Card scheme

Picardo took action against the group and its leader Miguel Bernard Remon after he described him in ‘scandalous and false’ terms in front of the European Commission in 2013

PSOE defy exit poll to beat Unidos Podemos into second place as left takes a hit

It has emerged that the key separatist party CDC (Convergència Democràtica de Catalunya) allegedly demanded a 3% backhander for awarding contracts to companies

Rita Bosaho becomes one of a record 138 female MPs elected to Spanish Congress

PARAMILITARY police have raided the HQ of the Catalan government in a bid to shutdown the planned independence referendum.  The offensive, performed by Policia Nacional...

The PP leader and his cabinet normally all go on holiday during the month of August

EXCLUSIVE: A similar arrangement exists for French and Italian expats

That was the message from Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the EU Commission, to Theresa May during a phone conversation between the pair following her call for an early return to the polls

Ana Botin, president of Santander since September 2014, becomes only non-Brit in Business Advisory Group

It is Spain's third incursion into British waters this month according to Gibraltar authorities

The vision has been made more possible by Brexit

It comes after the Home Secretary warned that over a million British expats could lose the right to live and work in the EU following the Brexit referendum


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