Monday, December 16, 2019

Brussels slams Spain for being most corrupt country in the EU

It says Madrid is unable to control the councils and mayors in the autonomous regions

Spain’s left-wing parties hold Madrid talks on Pedro Sanchez investiture

Congress meeting brings PSOE, Podemos, IU and Compromis together

SPANISH GENERAL ELECTION: Voting numbers down from 2011

By 14.00 on Sunday, 37.02% of the 36.5 million Spaniards registered to vote had cast their ballot

Catalunya elects new leader to end stalemate as Artur Mas is ousted

Carles Puigdemont bids to gain independence from Spain with 18 months

Instagram or HP sauce: The brand favourites that define Brexit voters

The Remain brands are seen as progressive and visionary

Britain’s new ambassador to Spain Hugh Elliott talks cricket, Brexit and his Costa del Sol holidays in an exclusive...

As well as dispelling Brexit fears around tourism, Elliott also revealed his own Spanish holiday habits, in a wide-ranging conversation

BREXIT: Gibraltar deal may still tumble

There is many a slip between cup and lip when it comes to deals like the complex Brexit one, writes Michael Doherty

Spain’s gag law fight taken to European court

Group of journalists fight against ‘gag law’ which may decrease police accountability in Spain

Spain refuses to raise terror alert following Paris terrorist attacks

Government keeps same levels of vigilance and military support following brutal murder of at least 129 people in France

Tolox mayor starts prison sentence in Alhaurin de la Torre

Juan Vera faces 15 months in Alhaurin de la Torre prison for urban planning crimes

Estepona ex-mayor on trial for money laundering and bribery

He was accused of fiddling administrative records and urban developments made while in charge

Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez considers calling early general election on April 14

The ruling PSOE party do not have an overall majority and are supported in government by the Podemos

Pablo Iglesias and Albert Rivera TV debate wins record viewing figures

Podemos and Ciudadanos leaders tackle immigration, banks, corruption and Catalan independence ahead of general 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

BREXODUS: Almost half of highly skilled EU workers could leave UK in next five years, new study finds

There will now be pressure on ministers to come up with sensible immigration plans

Number of Britons looking to move abroad increases by 30% post-Brexit

Spain was the area with the third highest interest

Remembering that time the US dropped nuclear bombs on Andalucia

AS the US and North Korea square up with their nuclear toys, Olive Press Mason Cox uncovers the incredible near miss that almost wiped...

British citizens’ rights group releases its demands ahead of phase two negotiations

The EU and UK must ensure the rights of British citizens living elsewhere in the EU, leading citizens’ rights campaign group British in Europe...

Podemos think tank accused of taking €7 million from Hugo Chavez

Pablo Iglesias part of group funded by Venezuelan leader, says ABC

DONALD TRUMP: Spain should build wall in Sahara desert to tackle Europe migrant crisis

Spain is now the most popular entry point for migrants in the EU, accounting for 6,500 arrivals out of 12,500 in August

Spain’s PSOE claim victory in historic EU ballot while Brexit party and Lib Dems surge in UK

The European results saw euro-sceptic parties gain ground and far-right Vox MEPs entered the EU parliament for the first time

Petition submitted to give British expats representation in UK Parliament

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

SPANISH GENERAL ELECTION: Pedro Sanchez slams Mariano Rajoy over corruption

PSOE leader attacks prime minister over links to disgraced PP treasurer Luis Barcenas

What has really happened in the markets since the Brexit vote?

A financial analysis of the first 100 days

Polls close for Spain general election with socialist PSOE set for slim win and far right anti-immigrant Vox predicted...

Voter turnout was last calculated at 6pm, when it was put at 56.8%, four points lower than on April 28
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