Nadal issued a stern warning to Catalonia as the tennis legend attacked plans to hold a banned referendum on Catalan independence from Spain.
Reports of safety measures in other holiday resorts suggest improvements can be made
Curb on drinking on all-inclusive holidays is an understandable move
Those found guilty could face up to three years in Spanish jail
Last month, a student was given a suspended prison sentence after tweeting about the 1973 assassination of Francoist Prime Minister Admiral Blanco
But instead of feeling fatigued, Bremain in Spain campaigner John Moffett is right to suggest that expats should look forward to the vote as an opportunity to influence Brexit
Far from the chocolate-led commercialised events in the UK, Spain’s Semana Santa Holy Week is very much still steeped in centuries’ old traditions
But to lose such priceless, sentimental items as war medals and a christening present is heartbreaking for Sally and David Russell
Becky Baker passed away at only 32, but her tireless campaign to help other sufferers of cystic fibrosis continues
Establishing a strong support network is often hard when living in a foreign country, but this is exactly what was needed for them
We have been writing about this rogue for nearly a decade, since it emerged he had swindled hundreds of expats out of their life savings
But in refusing to guarantee the existing rights of EU citizens in the UK, MPs missed a chance to secure diplomatic goodwill with their European counterparts
Even if they have no intention of rectifying the problem, she at least deserves to be given an answer from Mijas town hall, not a veiled threat that her home could be illegal
Spanish courts have so much to answer regarding how Owens, of heavy metal band A II Z, came to be incarcerated for a murder he did not commit
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Finally, Baron David Rene de Rothschild has answered the Spanish courts over his company’s involvement in a scheme that may have unjustly deprived over 130 mainly British pensioners of their life savings
But the charitable actions of untold numbers of good samaritans have shone some much needed light on an otherwise bleak time for the Costa del Sol
For the first time, all 11 judges will sit to rule on a decision that could have far-reaching constitutional and political consequences
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Since our initial investigation two years ago, dozens of former employees and rattled animal activists have contacted us