Monday, October 21, 2019

Green groups unite against Zapatero

Spain's biggest charities have declared war over the Government’s ‘failing’ environmental policy


Of all people Ferran Adria tells fellow Spanish chefs to get back to basics

A European size slap on the wrist

EU punishes Spain for its continuing environmental abuse and for its flaunting of the rights of innocent buyers

You must be Jocking

Spanish historian claims Columbus was Scottish

Mirrors to reflect global warming

A team of scientists have claimed they can stop global warming by blasting trillions of giant mirrors into space.

EU battles Spain over pensioners

Brussels is threatening to take Spain to the European Court if it doesn’t give foreign pensioners better healthcare.

Madame Tussaud meet Señor Picasso

The artist Alex Carlisle, 23, was asked to have an attempt at a likeness of Picasso during his job as a junior sculptor at the famous waxwork museum in London.

Petition attacks low UK pension

A Petition is hoping to force the British government to stop paying its pensioners the lowest amount in Europe

More E Vicar?

A catholic priest has gone on trial for smuggling drugs into Barcelona’s Modelo jail

Save our wolves!

Green groups join forces to demand an end to “Dark Ages” lupine cull

Bucardo bites back

Rare mountain goat could make a comeback after an extinct animal is cloned for the first time

Spain wakes up from its archetypal slumber

Survey shows that only 40 per cent of Spaniards are still taking a siesta

Teacher sacked for ‘living in sin’ wins appeal

The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of a religious studies teacher who was fired from a Church-run school for living with a man to whom she was not married.

Spain comes out in defence of land grab laws

MEPs slam 'Robert Mugabe school of land re-distribution' in Valencia. Spanish MEPs have hit back at threats to withdraw EU funding if the nation continues to abuse property rights.

Worst recession for 50 years

Jobless hits 12-year high as recession deepens and unemployment may rise to 18 per cent

They keep coming

Despite the credit crunch, thousands of Britons are still relocating to Spain while the country is still tops for Scottish and British holidaymakers. The number of people seeking a new life in Spain has surged by 12 per cent.

Atheist bus campaign comes to Spain

THE posting of advertising on buses in Barcelona questioning the existence of God has been called an “attack on all religions.”

A sparkling Spanish new year for Madonna

The US pop star, 50, shelled out 6000 euros on a unique Spanish wine with silver in it.

Sada and sadder for Franco family as palatial home must be opened

IT will be the perfect opportunity to get into the psyche of Spain’s infamous dictator Franco.After a two-year legal battle the family of General...

Spain slams “disproportionate” Israeli response to Gaza

King and PM speak out as a total of 42 Palestinians in a UN-run school died on the day the Three Kings brought a...

US reveals Franco succesion plans

Inner circle pressured dictator to step downDECLASSIFIED papers belonging to the US government reveal how Francisco Franco's daughter, son-in-law and several Cabinet members tried...

Deals on wheels

YOU can find anything on the internet nowadays - even Franco's old car.One of the dictator's old Cadillacs is now for sale for...

Cocaine use ‘quadruples’ in a decade

Young Britons in Spain among most likely drug users in the world

Lawyer ticked off for racial slur

A PUBLIC prosecutor has got off with calling a Nigerian woman "smelly" in court.Eduardo Peña, a prosecutor in La Rioja, asked court workers...

Cockles over ham and black pudding, says Gwyneth

It's official, Gwyneth Paltrow is mad for Spanish food

Kidnappers caged

Romanian and Spaniard jailed after British couple snatched at holiday home EXCLUSIVE BY JON CLARKE IN ALICANTETWO violent thugs have been jailed for eight years...