The British teenage anarchist who tried to kill Franco with explosives hidden under granny’s sweater
The scale of his repression, torture and murder made him a natural target for political campaigns and the morally aware, writes Alastair Stewart.
Margallo was asked to comment on his country’s position after the newly appointed foreign minister, Alfonso Dastis, failed to mention the issue in his first meeting with his UK counterpart Boris Johnson, leading many to speculate that it is no longer a priority
Albert Rivera asks parties to join 'new transition' as he backs plan on constitutional reform
King Felipe to meet Rivera today as Spain's parliamentary stalemate continues
Government keeps same levels of vigilance and military support following brutal murder of at least 129 people in France
If London fails to respond again, then Madrid will be ‘launching whatever legal action it deems most appropriate to defend its position’
The government is considering replacing the ‘Nazi time zone’ it currently operates in with Greenwich Mean Time
Spaniards could face third general election as stalemate continues
BRITS love a pre-flight pint or gin and tonic before jetting off on their jollies. But this tradition could soon be a thing of the...
As macho Spain votes in a Magnificent Seven of influential Spaniards, every one of them male, Nina Chausow asks: where are all the women?
THE expat vote could have X-Factor repercussions in town halls up and down Spain, raising foreigners themselves to the hot seats of power. With the...
THE leader of Spain's Socialists, Pedro Sanchez, has resigned after losing a vote triggered by a party revolt. Sanchez became party leader in 2014 and...
Pedro Sanchez calls for calm in Spain’s Catalunya as violence is feared in week of ‘illegal’ referendum anniversary and...
PEDRO Sanchez has warned Catalunya separatists not to encourage violence ahead of the conclusion of the trial of separatist leaders. The prime minister's call for...
The British public go to the polls today
Radical politician calls for referendums, electoral reform and anti-corruption measures ahead of general election
Ana Gonzalez resigned from her post in the PP over disputes with the party
As the dust settles on last month’s snap election, we take a look at the property portfolios of Spain’s political supremos
However, a petition, signed by more than 200 public figures including No Country For Old Men star Bardem are condemning the criminal case.
PP win election with PSOE second, but Pablo Iglesias's party set to play kingmaker role as Ciudadanos slump to fourth
Spanish Government tightens restrictions on Yemeni refugees entering Spain, amid civil war that has killed 100,000 people
The Yemeni Civil War which has been ongoing since 2015 has claimed the lives of more than 100,000 people
British expat had to plan own funeral after killer painkiller prescribed in Malaga hospital destroyed his immune system
Hugh was told by doctors that his condition was ‘very serious’
FLIGHTS between UK and Spain could fall by 95% if there is a no-deal Brexit. The shocking forecast comes from the International Air Transport Association...
Sir James ended his term in office less than two years after taking the job
The IU candidate has been top of the tree in Marinaleda since 1979
"People will be shocked to hear that they could be turned away at airports and prevented from going on holiday"