Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Podemos Cadiz to forge links with Gibraltar

Juan Antonio Delgado told supporters a relationship with Gibraltar is crucial to the area’s economic and social prosperity

Spain to announce new measures to be implemented in Catalunya

The new measures, broken down into education, healthcare and employment, are to bring about a degree of normality in the 'Catalan administration'.

HUNDREDS of migrants including newborn babies rescued by Spain amid stormy sea conditions

HUNDREDS of migrants have been rescued by Spain amid stormy sea conditions.  Some 329 people, including newborn babies, had to be rescued after their wooden...

Thousands demand Andalucian independence in Sevilla protests

Protesters in Sevilla want more control over the military and other key areas

Spain’s attorney general in charge of prosecuting Catalan leaders dies suddenly

SPAIN'S attorney general leading the prosecution of the separatist Catalan leaders has died. Jose Manuel Maza, 66, died in a Buenos Aires hospital, shortly after...

Artur Mas loses president bid in blow to Catalan independence push

He received the backing of just 62 of the 135 delegates

Costa del Sol residents being asked to take in refugees this summer

It is hoped locals will open their doors to the families for 10 days

June 23 will be remembered for years to come

The EU will be poorer without the UK and will have received a huge blow to its confidence

Government launches new measures to combat gender-based violence in Spain

2017 has so far been the worst ever year for gender-based violence in Spain

EU and British citizens’ rights must be ringfenced from Brexit no-deal, say campaigners

UK parties should pledge to safeguard five million citizens, say Bremain in Spain

Pedro Sanchez sets out PSOE plan for new Spanish government

Socialist leader's reform plans delivered to PP, Podemos and Ciudadanos

Spanish journalist dragged to court for calling riot police in Catalan crisis cocaine-snorting ‘professional junkies’ in satirical article

AN editor for a Spanish magazine has been ordered to appear in court over an article describing Spanish riot police as cocaine-snorting 'professional junkies'. El...

Scientists create computer model to predict corruption in Spanish provinces

Interestingly, other risk factors for shady shenanigans include real estate tax, a housing price increase, bank openings and the creation of new companies, according to the study.

Spain’s prime minister Rajoy rejects Theresa May’s Brexit proposal

Mariano Rajoy said that EU powers were 'not going to accept' a UK government attempt to rip apart the 'four key freedoms' enshrined in the EU single market to suit its own ends

IN PICS: The property portfolios of Spain’s political leaders

As the dust settles on last month’s snap election, we take a look at the property portfolios of Spain’s political supremos

VIDEO: Ciudadanos spoof rap emerges as Spanish general election campaigns launch today

Spoof Cuidadanos rap released as Rajoy and Iglesias launch campaigns for second general election

Spain’s population grows thanks to influx of immigrants

AN influx of immigrants has helped Spain's population grow for the second year in a row.  The number of people in Spain increased by 132,263...

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

Bogus training schemes for unemployed cost millions

Spain slammed for ‘failing refugees’ in damning report

The report urges Spain to make ‘radical changes’ to its migration policy

Outrage as Malaga town hall has just FOUR employees tackling growing rat problem

LOCALS in Malaga have blasted the city for only having four employees dedicated to tackling the growing rat problem. Former PSOE Mayor Begoña Medina agreed...

King of Spain and family earnings revealed for the first time

The move is an attempt to restore confidence in the monarchy

Spain’s socialist leader apologises for ‘accidentally’ voting in favour of abortion reform

The leader of the opposition claimed he pressed the wrong button

British expat becomes first ever foreign councillor in Manilva

British expat Dean Tyler Shelton is ‘over the moon’ after he was voted in as a councillor in the May 24 local elections