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THE PSOE would win a majority of seats if a general election was held tomorrow, a poll has found. The party of caretaker prime minister...
SPAIN could have to go to the polls yet again after talks between the PSOE and Podemos broke down last night. If caretaker prime minister...
‘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"
Pedro Sanchez walks away from coalition talks as political breakdown raises concern of repeat election in Spain
A repeat election would plunge Spain’s young democracy into an unprecedented crisis as it would be the fourth in as many years
Spain’s Government SEIZES former dictator General Franco’s €5 million summer palace over its ‘fraudulent’ sale
It comes as Pedro Sanchez’s PSOE administration has pushed on with a plan to exhume the remains of the Fascist dictator
Newly-elected Brit councillor hopeful of attempts to move past long standing rivalries of Spain’s politics
It comes after Ciudadanos continues to rule out any form of pacts with the PSOE on a national level, while the PSOE refuses to work with the Partido Popular either
The European results saw euro-sceptic parties gain ground and far-right Vox MEPs entered the EU parliament for the first time
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...
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
Spain’s prime minister and PSOE leader Pedro Sanchez will appear on RTVE with the leaders of Podemos, the conservative Popular Party and centrist Citizens
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
https://twitter.com/msoledadperez/status/1085141318429540352HUNDREDS 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
The lack of progress means it is unlikely there will be an agreement by the December 27 deadline
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
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
Diaz constantly interrupted the Senator and managed to evade the most controversial questions about corruption on Andalucia
The 63-year-old painted himself as a martyr, writing in the WhatsApp group, 'I am willing to sacrifice myself for Spain'
WATCH: Man defaces General Franco’s tomb in Madrid with red paint and is dragged away by security guards
The protest was sparked by growing tension surrounding the planned exhumation of the remains of General Franco from the Valley of the Fallen