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Spain’s Julio Iglesias is ‘willing’ to do DNA test to find out if Spanish lovechild is really his

A 99.99% DNA match between Sanchez and Iglesias in 2017 was deemed inadmissible

Judge allows convicted British criminal to go on Spain holiday after taser and cocaine bust

Judge Jenkins agreed to postpone the crook’s sentencing as ‘an act of mercy’ but campaigners have said it sends mixed messages to crime victims

Bar owner in Spain who said ‘I don’t want black people here’ fined €1,500 after refusing to let black...

On top of the fine, the bar owner will now also be banned from working in the leisure, teaching and sporting sectors for 30 months

Judges in Spain let ‘Wolf Pack rapists’ roam free after delaying 9-year sentence for brutal sex attack

FREED: Judges have batted down calls for provisional prison sentences for the convicted 'Wolf Pack' sex attackersTHE...

90-year-old woman killed by youth on his phone becomes Spain’s first electric scooter death

After the woman fell down and hit her head on the pavement she was rushed to the Moisès Broggi Hospital in a critical condition, where she died days later

OUTRAGE as uncle and nephew cleared of rape after drugging woman in back alley sex attack in Spain

An uncle and nephew were only cleared of the more serious offence of sexual assault - Spain's equivalent to rape

Probe into partner of missing Scot expat Lisa Brown to be reopened in southern Spain

It comes after a Spanish judge chose to ‘freeze’ the two-and-a-half year investigation into Simon Corner in April

Parents allowed to read kids’ Whatsapp messages, court rules in Pontevedra

The judge ruled that there was a legal clash with Article 154 of the country’s civil code, relating to parental responsibilities.

Riot girls: Feminist court case highlights how freedom of expression is stifled in Spain

Last month, a student was given a suspended prison sentence after tweeting about the 1973 assassination of Francoist Prime Minister Admiral Blanco

Feminist protestors to face trial after carrying giant plastic vagina through Sevilla streets

The trio are accused of offending religious sentiments after their procession, called Saint Pxxxx Rebellious, through the Andalucian city in 2014

Suspects dropped from huge Estepona Astapa corruption trial nine years after case opened

Politicians and council workers are among those who will no longer be included in the Caso Astapa, set up to investigate an alleged 40m worth of fraud and money laundering in Estepona in the early 2000s

Ex-Gibraltar judge in attack on border control queues

Barrington Black urged closer ties between the Rock and Spain

New Sevilla anti-corruption judge Maria Bolanos questioned about connections

Mercedes Alaya's replacement Maria Nuñez Bolaños is already in hot water

Judge Mercedes Alaya fights to keep Andalucia ERE fraud scandal under her control

The Supreme Court demands enormous trial to be divided

Mother found ‘not guilty’ after holidaying in Spain and leaving son home alone

But the boy, now 14, has decided to remain with a relative 300 miles away from his parents

Pilot jailed for flying from Spain to UK hungover

Ian Jennings has been jailed for nine months

Spain’s Princess Cristina to stand trial as appeal is rejected

Court spokesperson confirms the way is now clear for a trial

Uber to halt services in Spain despite vows to fight court order

The company has decided to obey judge's orders

Uber taxi app banned in Spain

Judge insists the ruling is not a comment on the 'sharing economy'

Bankia produced rigged accounts to sell stocks to investors

The state-owned lender Bankia presented error-strewn accounts during its corruption probe

Only fit for ‘chicken thieves’

Spain is the conman’s paradise and it doesn’t look like that will change anytime soon, writes Antonio Flores

Bank chairmen ordered to pay millions of euros following ‘magic’ card expenses scandal

Former chairman of Caja Madrid and Bankia ordered to pay €19 million by today or face their assets being seized in the wake of Spain's expenses scandal

Canary Islands cartoonists fined thousands for poking fun at ex-prosecutor’s illegal home

The illegally-placed and illegally-sized home is in Lanzarote

Souter was a “serial child abuser” court told

Prosecution and defence lawyers sum up ahead of judge's verdict

Education more important than data protection, judge rules

Judge rules in favour of teacher who looked at a student's phone following a complaint he had shown explicit videos to a female pupil

Souter says sorry for judge slur in trial

Ex-Sur in English journalist apologises for accusing judge of bias
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