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DOMESTIC animals are now recognised as ‘sentient beings’ and no longer considered ‘objects’ in Spain, after new legislation was passed in a parliamentary vote on Thursday December 2.
A NEW assisted suicide law came into effect on Friday, making Spain the fourth country in the European Union to legalise euthanasia. Parliament gave final...
THE news related to sports betting industry seems to be coming from all the quarters in the United States these days. Several of the...
Spain refuses to acknowledge the UK’s sovereignty over the strip of land in the north of Gibraltar on which the airport sits
Garcia also hinted at a lack of regulation to encourage initial growth in Spain but said 'we want to set up Europe's safest framework to invest in ICOs'.
The abusive nature of these contractual clauses, which makes them void, stems from the description made by the Supreme Court
Changes that come into effect from January 1, 2016, leave consumers at much greater risk of financial losses. Only banks and insurers look set to benefit
Putting a stop to sporadic nightmare demolitions - but not in time to protect the Priors
Watchdog calling for legal loophole to be closed
New anti-protest law, dubbed the 'Gag Law', is introduced in Spain
PP's controversial law delayed in the run up to 2015 general elections
Steps are now being taken in Marbella, and even across Spain
Nearly 80 female film-makers release hard-hitting documentary across Spain
Boss of bar crawl Carnage Magaluf refuses to apologise to sex video girl's family
Legislation has been passed to the protect the ex-monarch
But Spanish politicians are rushing to his rescue
The Rajoy administration filed a suit against the controversial law two weeks ago
A draft bill has been written up by government officials and is expected to become law within the next few weeks
A change-up of laws attempts to bring the Rock's crime-fighters up to speed
Airlines hit as Europe follows the UK to ban the unpopular charges