Sunday, August 18, 2019

Star Trek star Sir Patrick Stewart blasts Brexit ahead of People’s March for Europe London rally

Spanish-based campaign group slams UK government's 'lack of preparation' in Brexit talks

Ex-Spanish News Agency editor becomes Philippines´first elected transgender politician

She spent most of her previous years in Spain before returning to the Philippines

Expats, Gibraltar and fishing rights: All you need to know about the latest ‘Brexit breakthrough’

A 'DECISIVE' step has been taken in sealing a Brexit transition deal.  That's the story from the UK's Brexit secretary David Davis and top EU...

El Mundo founder set to launch controversial news website

Pedro J. Ramirez hopes to use the site to hold the government accountable for its questionable actions

The four biggest myths about migrants in Spain

SINCE Spain's first immigration law was passed more than three decades ago, the nation has gone through a significant transformation. A country that was once...

Spaniards want term limits for Prime Ministers

Vice secretary Fernando Martínez-Maillo said he could see Mariano Rajoy governing for 12 years

EXCLUSIVE: British expat gets UN to help fight farming scandal in southern Spain

Environmentalists claim the trees are rapidly depleting a precious underground aquifer

Pablo Iglesias outlines key demands to do deal with PSOE

PABLO Iglesias has put residents' evictions and healthcare at the top of his list of most pressing social issues ahead of coalition talks. The Podemos...

Spain officially in breach of EU public spending rules

Spain has ten days to request zero sanctions

UK Brexit divorce bill ‘honours its share of unpaid bills worth €50 billion’

There has been no final agreement on a final figure and senior officials think its share of unpaid bills, loans, pensions and other EU liabilities could total between €55bn to €60bn. 

British prime minister David Cameron leaves all-night EU negotiations without deal

Tory leader keeping quiet after Brussels summit with further talks today

Spain accused of attempt to ‘force out’ British MEP in row over Gibraltar

Claude Moraes has claimed Spain is behind a ‘systematic’ attack aimed at getting him to back down over Gibraltar

King Felipe blasts Catalonia independence vote as ‘divisive’

The Spanish monarch said the vote will only 'negate freedom'

Huelva judge rules Junta are responsible for paying back Edu training course funds

Bogus training schemes for unemployed cost millions

British expats allowed to stay if no deal is reached, says foreign minister Alfonso Dastis

Speaking on the BBC 1 Andrew Marr show Spain's foreign minister Alfonso Dastis has ensured the lives of British expats are 'not disrupted' in the event of a 'no deal' split from the EU.

BREXIT: Tensions flare as Spain says it will not stop Scotland joining EU independently

Borrell stands accused of hypocrisy because his views of Scottish Nationalism are seen by many as conflicting with Madrid's tough stance on Catalan independence

Vox leader calls for Trump-like border wall to stop migrants reaching Spain

Abascal also accused NGOs of collaborating with the ‘mafia’ to rescue people from the African coast for ‘human trade’

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

Brexit gets all too real as Marmite and PG Tips pulled from supermarket shelves in UK price row

Their parent company is raising prices as a result of the pound's drop

Spain’s PP leader Pablo Casado probed over party’s SECOND fake degree scandal

It comes after former leader of Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes was forced to resign following a fake degree obtained from the same university

High court denies San Pedro independence bid from Marbella

It was ruled that Marbella and San Pedro are too close together for separation to be an option

Gibraltar releases seized Iranian tanker Grace 1 amid US opposition

Grace 1 had been carrying Iranian oil when it was stopped by Royal Marines on July 4, triggering an escalation with Tehran

King of Spain and family earnings revealed for the first time

The move is an attempt to restore confidence in the monarchy

Junta de Andalucia’s university chief sacked in ERE scandal latest

Francisco Triguero is the latest high-profile casualty in the ERE case

Valley of the Fallen: General Franco’s final resting place

Forty years after Franco, his tomb beneath one of the Civil War’s last battlefields is still causing controversy
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