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Thousands turn out in Madrid to reject regional premier Isabel Diaz Ayuso’s plans to roll back LGBTQ+ rights
THOUSANDS of protestors turned out in Madrid’s central Puerta del Sol square to demand that the regional government reverse its plans to reform laws...
Mark Stücklin of Spanish Property Insight explores how foreign buyers are fuelling a property boom in Spain.
Not so sunny Spain as Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Eastern Europe do much better in March sunshine stakes
MARCH in Spain was the least sunniest since 1983, according to the State Meteorological Agency(AEMET). 127.5 hours of sunshine was registered on average last month-...
DROUGHT fears expressed a few weeks ago with warnings of water-rationing have been banished by record March rainfalls in the Valencian Community. With a week...
Fear of coronavirus responsible for low turnout at 8-M Women’s Rights rally, according to Spain’s Equality Minister Irene Montero
IRENE Montero has been caught off camera blaming fear of the coronavirus as the reason why the 8-M march didn’t have as many people as previous years.
Last year the numbers of women protesting on March 8 in Spain reached 5.3 million, according to unions
THERESA May has promised MPs a vote to delay Britain’s departure from the EU, if they reject her withdrawal deal. The decision would come by...
BA seeks has been consulting the European Commission and Madrid as it steps up preparations for a no-deal Brexit
Last month, a student was given a suspended prison sentence after tweeting about the 1973 assassination of Francoist Prime Minister Admiral Blanco
"If anywhere needs political regeneration and fresh air, it's Andalucia," said Inigo Errejon
A march in support of the up to 5,000 victims is being held tomorrow in Malaga
With just six weeks to the Andalucian elections, the Olive Press joined the hundreds of thousands of men, women and children on Podemos’ March for Change to try to understand what makes the party tick
PP's controversial law delayed in the run up to 2015 general elections
Works will cause further delays from September 8 to end of March
Despite a dry winter, Spain sees heaviest rainfall for March in six decades
Around 1,300 members of the Andalucian Workers Union have arrived in Sevilla to attend a public meeting
They were brought before the courts for a range of crimes including public disorder offences