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Police foil Franco supporter’s plot to assassinate Spain Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez

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

Power to the people: Pedro Sanchez signs landmark deal to protect Spain’s self-employed

The changes are part of a government roll-out of fiscal measures to achieve a fairer society

Boy, 5, still missing as Pedro Sanchez arrives in Mallorca to assess the damage of deadly floods

SPAIN'S prime minister has landed in Mallorca to visit the areas affected by last night's floods. https://twitter.com/sanchezcastejon/status/1050001083681136641The PSOE leader visited the eastern towns hit hardest...

Spain’s PSOE would ‘easily win’ general election if held today, new poll finds

THE PSOE would win a general election if it was held today, the latest polls show.According to the Centre for Sociological Research (CIS), Pedro...

General Franco’s body will be exhumed thanks to Spain government decree being signed TODAY

SPAIN will pass a decree today signing off on the exhumation General Franco's body. It comes after new PSOE prime minister made the removal of...

PSOE to increase numbers of teachers in Andalucia

The Junta has also announced that it will reduce school hours to 18 hours per week.

Political parties in Spain call for legalisation of weed which ‘will bring €1.2 billion’ to the economy

PODEMOS has renewed calls for the legalisation of cannabis now that the PSOE is in government.The party’s leader, Pablo Iglesias, said legalising the drug...

Single women and lesbians offered free fertility treatment in Spain

Spain has one of the lowest birth rates in Europe, with the number of deaths outnumbering births last year

Spain moves towards repealing controversial ‘gag law’

The congressional committee, chaired by the PP, has delayed the process of repeal

Spanish parliament takes further steps to legalise euthanasia in Spain

The Socialist party proposal aims to make euthanasia a personal right available through both public and private services in Spain

No snap election for Spain announces prime minister Pedro Sanchez

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said he will not call for a snap election in a bid to ‘normalise’ the country’s political climate

Spain’s prime minister Pedro Sanchez promises to exhume the remains of General Franco

The controversial site has faced huge criticism for being the only remaining monument dedicated to a fascist leader in Europe

The rise of Spain’s new prime minister Pedro Sanchez

After making political history Spain’s new prime minister, Pedro Sanchez - dubbed ‘el guapo’ (the handsome one) - is used to defying all odds

BREAKING: Spain officially has a new prime minister

Some 180 MPs voted against Rajoy at this morning's no-confidence vote, making PSOE leader Pedro Sanchez, the new prime minister

Future of Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy under threat as opposition parties gain momentum at no-confidence motion debate

The decision of whether to oust Rajoy lies in the hands of just six MPs after the PNV have announced to side with the PSOE

Spain ‘will probably have new prime minister’ by Friday, sources claim

A source claimed PP leaders are starting to see defeat as the most likely outcome

OH, SNAP: Mariano Rajoy’s Spain government ‘hanging by a thread’ as allies give election ultimatum

A string of former PP leaders were convicted yesterday for a combined 351 years in prison

PSOE propose first year of university to be free for all Spaniards

Speaking in Sevilla, PSOE general secretary, Pedro Sanchez, 45, said the move was to make sure no one missed out on a university education because of financial concerns.

PSOE push for 8% ‘social justice’ tax on Spain’s banks to save failing pension system

THE PSOE have called for an 8% 'social justice' tax on Spain's banks in a bid to rescue the country's faltering pensions system.Party leader...

PSOE blasts Marbella governmnent for ‘dumping vital projects’ to pay for €2 million Davis Cup tie

THE PSOE in Marbella have blasted the town hall for allegedly 'dumping vital projects' in order to pay for the upcoming Davis Cup tie. Former...

Time is nearly up for Mijas town hall in another financial blunder

Back in August the town hall failed to pay social security for its staff and is now facing a fine of €190,000, which ONLY came to public attention in December.

Torremolinos Intu shopping centre delayed again after town planners reject proposal

THE Intu shopping centre has been delayed yet again by town planners in Torremolinos. The 600,000 square-metre project is to receive €600 million in investment...

Andalucia Junta under Susana Diaz has only recovered 0.5% of almost €1 billion stolen in ERE corruption scandal

SUSANA Diaz's Junta has only recovered €16.5 million from the ERE and training courses scandals.Money recovered from the ERE scandal totals €4.6 million, just...

Outrage as Malaga town hall has just FOUR employees tackling growing rat problem

LOCALS in Malaga have blasted the city for only having four employees dedicated to tackling the growing rat problem.Former PSOE Mayor Begoña Medina agreed...

PRIORITIES: Returned Marbella mayor Angeles Muñoz raises town hall salaries by 20%

NEW Marbella mayor Angeles Muñoz has increased the salaries of 15 councillors from the Partido Popular-Opcion Sampedreña coalition by 19.23%.Nine of the councillors, including...
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