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EXCLUSIVE: “Time to get out of Dodge” – meet the Brexit refugees making a new life in Spain (part...
Continuing on from our recent feature on Brits that have left their homes in the UK to start new lives in sunnier climes here...
BRITISH expats living in Spain watching events unfold in the UK in recent days may be forgiven for feeling a certain Schadenfreude as critics...
At least four people died, including a woman reported to be pregnant and a child, and another four were missing after a migrant boat...
REFUGEES WELCOME: Regional government in Spain’s Valencia pledges to house unlimited number of underage migrants landing in Ceuta
THE Valencian government has pledged to house an unlimited number of underage migrants who have arrived in Ceuta (Moroccan border with Spain) this week. A...
MIGRANTS continue in their attempts to land on the Spanish mainland, with two more boats intercepted yesterday, September 23. Torrevieja Maritime Rescue rescued the groups...
SPANISH police have arrested 28 people who were part of a ring that smuggled migrants to the Canary Islands in rubber boats. The operation, which...
Number of migrants arriving on Spain’s Canary Islands in first half of 2020 increases sixfold compared to 2019
THE number of migrants arriving to the Canary Islands in the first half of this year has increased sixfold compared to the same period in 2019.
Ministry of Interior authorises first transfer of migrants from Melilla to mainland Spain since the lockdown started
THE Ministry of Interior has authorised the first transfer of migrants from Melilla to mainland Spain.
A KEEN-EYED pedestrian saved an African migrant from a likely gruesome death in Lorca, 20 miles from Spain's Costa Calida coast. The 44-year-old had taken...
THE Spanish population has reached an all-time high at 47.1 million during the first half of 2019.
In our exclusive poll of over 2,100 readers, we discovered that an eye-catching 27% still want Britain to leave the union, despite having a potentially detrimental effect on their healthcare, pensions and freedom of movement. Now the expats have had their say.
It is the first time a far-right Spanish political party has gained seats in a regional election since 1975, when General Franco's death brought the return of democracy
Andalucia calls for redistribution of migrant minors across Spain as infrastructure struggles to cope
Minors are being forced to sleep on mattresses on shelter floors
Spain has introduced new laws and revised existing legislation to streamline processes
This month saw a 41.2% increase on the same month last year in people travelling through Malaga port
Spain is bearing the brunt of immigration from Africa into Europe
The 30 asylum-seekers washed up on the shores of the Canary Islands in 2011
The seven Foreign Affairs ministers have met for the first time in Alicante in Spain
Desperate immigrants are using toy dinghies to cross the 20 mile stretch of sea between Morocco and Gibraltar
The group, including women and children, has left the government unsure of what to do next
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