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Anti-Brexit protests to hit La Linea and Spain’s Malaga as British expats defend their rights ahead of looming EU...
The protests come after Boris Johnson manoeuvred to suspend Parliament for five weeks following his unsuccessful bid to call a snap general election
Boris Johnson labelled ‘tin-pot dictator’ after asking Queen to suspend Parliament – limiting time to block no-deal Brexit
If the Prime Minister gets his way Parliament will lose a number of sitting days ahead of UK's scheduled departure from the EU on October 31
“I think that issues which relate to the cost, the timing and the consultation have sadly been misunderstood”
Known as the 'comeback kid,' the 47-year-old has so far only managed to secure the backing of his own 123 PSOE lawmakers
PP leader Pablo Casado, labelled the budget result a ‘a de facto confidence vote’ against Sanchez
Labour table no confidence vote in UK government as Theresa May loses Brexit deal vote by majority of 230
LOSS: Theresa May suffered one of the worst parliamentary defeats of any British Prime Minister ever over her Brexit deal
https://twitter.com/msoledadperez/status/1085141318429540352 HUNDREDS of feminist activists have gathered at the Andalucian parliament to protest against the far-right supported government...
LEADER: GSD chief Keith Azzopardi blasted the government in his new year message KEITH Azzopardi has used his...
BREXIT: British applications for Spanish citizenship soar 232% as Theresa May faces no-confidence vote
UNDER FIRE: Theresa May faces a no-confidence vote THE number of Brits applying for Spanish citizenship has tripled...
As Spain celebrated 40 years of its constitution on Thursday, the study also revealed that a majority of Spaniards would like a vote on the future of the monarchy
British government accused of not protecting expats and EU citizens’ rights as no-deal Brexit ‘still a possibility’
THE British government has been slammed for not protecting the rights of UK and EU citizens in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Chief EU...
Sanchez celebrates Spain’s Brexit ‘win’ over Gibraltar as May to issue stark warning to MPs ahead of vote
The Prime Minister will warn MPs of 'division and uncertainty' if they do not back her deal
The3million and British in Europe feel ‘betrayed’ that Brexit negotiators have not protected expats
Writes Bill Anderson
Speaking at the Joint Committee on Relations, ombudsman Francisco Marugan said there were 'major deficiencies' in how the media represented illegal migrants.
This comes a week after separatist leaders agreed to re-installed Puigdemont as Catalunya's president of government but now the Spanish government has weighed in.
It is not known who will fill her shoes after her supposed successor, Carles Mundo, the former regional justice minister, is also being probed on the same charges.
Labour's Chuka Umunna, Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas, Liberal Democrat Tom Brake and the SNP's Stephen Gethins joined campaigners from Open Britain to demonstrate outside Parliament.
ROYAL UPSET: Tory MPs in UK threaten walk-out of King of Spain’s state address if he mentions Gibraltar
King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain will visit the Queen Elizabeth and Theresa May next week
There has been debate since the referendum what her view would have been
She was hit by the attacker's car and was thrown under a bus while her husband John was at work
She was walking across Westminster bridge after a day's work
UPDATE: Two men shot after machete-wielding man stabs policeman in Parliament after a car ‘mowed through’ people on Westminster...
Reports say some 12 people have been left injured
Spanish lawyers warn that human rights laws could scupper Theresa May’s plan for EU migrant cut-off date
Brexit could see a surge in European citizens using human rights laws to remain in the UK
European lawyers demand answers after Spanish family kept behind bars for almost 18 months with no formal charges
There has yet to be any formal charges brought against the Kokorevs
Theresa May ‘confident’ her government can reverse High Court ruling giving Parliament vote on Brexit
It is not yet known if the government will change their arguments
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