Expats 'assert their right to colonise the rural landscape' according to the ecologist
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...
Pablo Iglesias and Inigo Errejon have adopted a 'divide and conquer' mentality
"If anywhere needs political regeneration and fresh air, it's Andalucia," said Inigo Errejon
Juan Carlos Monedero has revealed how much he earned for consultancy work in Latin America
Juan Franco's visit is intended to mark the start of improving relations between La Linea and Gibraltar
PP leader appears to reach out to PSOE as Spain left in limbo again
A WHOPPING 85% of Spanish voters want Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to hand over his leadership to someone else. A poll by Metroscopia also found...
Britons will have to pay €7 to apply for an ETIAS visa to Brussels authorities
DIVIDED: Experts and locals on digging up dictator Franco from the Valley of the Fallen in special Olive Press...
Spain is a country still divided between those nostalgic for the Franco days and those who abhorred El Generalisimo
New leaked ‘Operacion Kitchen’ documents reveal how Spain’s Partido Popular leaders siphoned off millions for suits and a wedding
Revealed in a series of hand-written notes, kept by former PP treasurer Luis Barcenas, the documents demonstrate how the party was illegally funded on a national scale
Despite a recent Panorama poll putting Picardo and the GSLP ahead, the Rock's leader batted down calls for an early general election
PP leader Pablo Casado, labelled the budget result a ‘a de facto confidence vote’ against Sanchez
British MEP Claude Moraes, who was removed as the rapporteur on Monday, claimed the move had come after ‘a long campaign of bullying’
WE’VE GOT THE POWER: Dozens of expats fill up the ballot lists for vital local elections in Spain’s Andalucia
All around Andalucia, Brits, Scandinavians and other northern Europeans have thrown their hats in the ring
We will support the new Mayor in any way we can for the benefit of Mijas and its residents
According to municipal data, there are currently 6,800 cars that use the area, including 4,000 taxis, 70% of which circulate around the square.
The Lib Dems and the SNP have already said that are willing to back a December election.
Ex-Junta de Andalucia president among 19 people jailed for total of 86 years in Spain’s ERE corruption scandal
Ex-Junta president Jose Antonio Grinan has been sentenced to six years jail and banned from office for 15 years
Police investigate claims suspect shouted 'Britain First' before 'horrific' attack
It is her first visit since becoming PM
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...
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.