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Ex-Catalunya president Carles Puigdemont wins latest battle to stop extradition to Spain

EX-CATALUNYA president Carles Puigdemont has had his European Parliament immunity restored by the European Court of Justice(ECJ). It means that he cannot be extradited to...

MUST READ: European Court of Justice rules against Spain’s Modelo 720 foreign asset law including system of excessive fines

EUROPE'S top court says Spain broke EU laws by imposing harsh penalties on Spanish residents who failed to declare property and bank accounts they...

EU takes Spain to European Court for not stopping pollution of areas like the Mar Menor

SPAIN will have to answer to the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg over not doing enough to combat nitrate pollution in areas like...

May warns of dissatisfaction over Brexit as she outlines initial EU trade plan

THERESA May has warned that ‘no-one will get everything they want’ out of Brexit. She maintained that the UK would leave the single market, customs...

Remorseless Spanish fishermen refuse to acknowledge Gibraltarian waters as they continue to fish

A SPANISH fisherman was unrepentant today about fishing illegally in British waters. He and two other fishing captains from the Puerto de La Atunara port...

Rate of migrants entering Spain from Morocco triples after EU free trade dispute

Record numbers have breached the fences so far this year

Drink company’s new app saves Sevilla strawberry farmers billions of litres of water

Innocent began developing the app with farmers at Doñana National Park

Estepona residents fired up over ‘unfair’ infrastructure charges

EXCLUSIVE: Estepona residents are taking a dispute with the town hall to the European Court of Justice after being charged up to €45,000 each for ‘unfair’ road improvements

Thousands ask Google to remove details of their past following Court ruling in favour of Spanish man

People with criminal convictions are demanding news stories be wiped from searches, after the European Court of Justice's ruling that people have a 'right to be forgotten'

Expats to lose winter fuel allowance

UK Government is scrapping the allowance for expats in a bid to save £8.85million a year

Flying high as couple win big against Monarch

British tourists sue airline over delayed flight from Mallorca

Land grab law may not breach EU legislation

Valencia’s notorious land grab law might be legal, according to lawyers in Brussels





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