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PP leader Pablo Casado, labelled the budget result a ‘a de facto confidence vote’ against Sanchez
The ruling PSOE party do not have an overall majority and are supported in government by the Podemos
As well as current affairs, readers will be treated to ‘the unknown side of the President’, who acts as the book’s narrator
It comes after the under-fire Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro failed to meet an eight-day deadline to call new general elections
Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo claimed Spain was trying to ‘bully’ the Rock by refusing to remove the extra paragraph
‘INFINITE SADNESS’: Prime minister Pedro Sanchez, royal family and leaders of Spain offer condolences to little Julen’s family after...
The PSOE leader said the whole of Spain felt the 'infinite sadness' of the boy's parents after the two-year-old was found lifeless
It comes as the country sets a target of 100% renewable electricity by 2050
It marks the first time a far-right party has had a role in Spanish regional government since Franco died in 1975
The Rock's chief minister spoke on a range of domestic issues, as well as Brexit and a general election
Spanish government furious after PP party post video on Twitter ‘wishing’ Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez to die
Government officials have threatened legal action over the tweet which saw a father reading out his son's Three Kings wish list
BREXIT: Rights of British expats in Spain ‘will be preserved whatever’ Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says
SPANISH Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has tried to calm British expats in Spain by saying a no-deal Brexit will not affect their rights. Even if...
While the next general election is not scheduled until 2020, some 47.2% of Spaniards think current prime minister Pedro Sanchez should call a snap vote in March
The local leader said she would take her seat, even if the opposition parties formed a coalition
Rise of the right in Spain’s Andalucia could make life for British expats more difficult, expert warns
THE rise of the right in Spain could spell trouble for British expats, an expert has warned. Former minister of Europe Denis MacShane has sounded...
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
The Chinese president described his country as being at a 'crossroads' in their economy, as he vowed to increase imports of jamon, something considered a luxury product in China
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
"Europe and the UK have accepted our demands"
Black clouds of pollution billow daily from the industrial chimneys of the Campo de Gibraltar. Is it all merely hot air or a smoking gun for cancer? The Olive Press investigates
Sanchez revealed in a late-night tweet that the UK and Spain's positions 'remain far away'
'Gibraltar can be the strongest foundation stone for a future relationship between the UK and the EU, not a rock on the road to agreement'
Borrell stands accused of hypocrisy because his views of Scottish Nationalism are seen by many as conflicting with Madrid's tough stance on Catalan independence
The new protocol tackles long-standing issues such as tax evasion, environmental concerns, smuggling and the rights of cross-border workers
Sanchez added that the 300,000 of British expats living in Spain will be safeguarded even in the event of a no-deal Brexit
Padilla nearly lost his life in the bullring in 2011 when a bull ripped his eye out after the animal mauled him on the ground
The 63-year-old painted himself as a martyr, writing in the WhatsApp group, 'I am willing to sacrifice myself for Spain'