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Spain’s acting PM Pedro Sanchez gets mandate from King to form government, as he launches talks with PP and...
“Spaniards are fed up with anger and clashes, they want to believe in politics again”
Spaniards are heading to polling booths for the fourth time in four years this weekend as voters hope to bring an end to the country’s political stalemate. But what are the main parties all about?
Spain’s moderate Ciudadanos party in CRISIS as its voters leave in droves to support far right Vox in snap...
Vox is set to gain 14% of the overall vote, after the PP in second place (21.2% and 91 seats) and the left wing PSOE first (27.3% and 121 votes)
Shakespeare, bonsai trees, fish suppers…how Spain’s politicians wind down in the run-up to the elections
Game of Thrones is also a popular choice...
Spain’s conservative PP party funds ‘Cambridge Analytica-style’ dirty ad campaign targeting left wing voters in run-up to election
Advertising was ‘distributed in neighbourhoods that traditionally support the PSOE or United Podemos’
‘SHAME ON YOU’: Plan to protect donkeys and ban larger riders REJECTED by politicians in Spain’s Mijas
“Shame on you all, you are the ones that should have ended this overnight"
What I do know is that parties will need to work together, whether in coalition or informally to move Mijas forward
Spain’s Andalucia won by PSOE in municipal elections as Vox decimated and PP take control of Costa del Sol
THE PSOE has achieved the largest share of Andalucia’s municipal votes, continuing its upward rise. The Socialist party achieved...
Open letter from PP’s Javier Quero to people of Casares, as he bids to become mayor and ‘return Casares...
Dear Neighbours of Casares, Secadero and Casares Costa,
Nun in Spain faces three years in prison after changing pensioners’ election ballots from PSOE to PP
She was apparently caught red-handed inserting PP ballots into the envelopes, and documents from the time of the incident have now been handed over to the Office of the Prosecutor
Don't know your PACMA from your pata negra? Join the Olive Press on the campaign trail for a whirlwind tour of Spanish politics
ESPIONAGE: Hackers stream live footage from CCTV at house of Spain’s Podemos leader to publicly accessible website
Investigators tracked those involved to an internet server in Singapore
Last year the numbers of women protesting on March 8 in Spain reached 5.3 million, according to unions
PP leader Pablo Casado, labelled the budget result a ‘a de facto confidence vote’ against Sanchez
SHOP TO THE TOP: How did new Andalucia leader Juanma Moreno go from green grocer’s assistant to Junta boss?
Nicknamed the ‘Gilet man’, new Junta leader Juanma Moreno once wanted to be a pop star and grew up impecuniously often working at his dad’s grocery store
https://twitter.com/msoledadperez/status/1085141318429540352 HUNDREDS of feminist activists have gathered at the Andalucian parliament to protest against the far-right supported government...
It marks the first time a far-right party has had a role in Spanish regional government since Franco died in 1975
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
Extreme-right party Vox ‘will not support’ Partido Popular and Ciudadanos in Andalucia government unless gender violence law revoked
Vox has slammed the law for treating men as 'second class citizens' but Ciudadanos leader Albert Rivera insisted 'equality is non-negotiable'
POWER: Juan Manuel Moreno the new president of Andalucia A TRIO of right wing parties have come to...
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
New leaked ‘Operacion Kitchen’ documents reveal how Spain’s Partido Popular leaders siphoned off millions for suits and a wedding
Revealed in a series of hand-written notes, kept by former PP treasurer Luis Barcenas, the documents demonstrate how the party was illegally funded on a national scale
Diaz constantly interrupted the Senator and managed to evade the most controversial questions about corruption on Andalucia
This surge has meant that the monthly CO2 emissions from electricity dropped to the lowest for the month of October since 2010