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Popular Spanish game show axed as British broadcaster ITV wins legal battle over claims its 90s quiz ‘Alphabetical’...
It has since emerged that Pasapalabra producer Mediaset, Spain’s largest TV network, had expected the court ruling this year and had been working on replacements for a number of months
The Government is now investigating whether playing the song on the arena PA system is a violation of Democratic Memory Law
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
The arguments of his family against removing him from the Valley of the Fallen rested on the ‘irreparable’ damage it would cause
Expat killer Dave Mahon loses Supreme Court appeal over sentence for slaying brother of Amy Fitzpatrick, who vanished in...
Mahon was found guilty of manslaughter and was sentenced to seven years in prison in June 2016
Shares in a number of Spanish banks, including Bankia and Sabadell, promptly tumbled at the prospect of massive retroactive legal claims
A BELGIAN court has rejected a Spanish request to extradite rapper Valtonyc sentenced to prison for charges related to insulting the monarchy in his...
Spain had promised it would accept 19,500 refugees but took in just 2,500
Inaki Urdangarin, the Spanish king's brother-in-law has been jailed after the Supreme Court rejected his appeal. He was sentenced to five years and 10 months...
A RAPPER has been sentenced to three-and-half-years after slandering the Spanish monarchy. On Tuesday Spain’s Supreme Court upheld the sentence that a Madrid court had...
The new measures, broken down into education, healthcare and employment, are to bring about a degree of normality in the 'Catalan administration'.
The trip comes a day after Spain's Supreme court said it would 'immediately' issue an arrest warrant if he travels to Denmark.
The criteria for residence for tax purposes varies considerably from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, and “residence” can be different for other, non-tax purposes
The six must post bail of €100,000 while Mr Puigdemont's deputy Oriol Junqueras and Catalan ex-Interior Minister Joaquim Forn must stay in jail.
For the first time, all 11 judges will sit to rule on a decision that could have far-reaching constitutional and political consequences
Some former Partido Popular co-workers of the Valencia mayor claimed that media pressure mounted on Barbera over her involvement in a corruption scandal led to her having a heart attack in a Madrid hotel
Podemos Andalucia is leading the criticism, claiming that the Junta and central government are playing a ‘tactical game of table tennis’ to delay demolition
Thousands of Spanish consumers probably owe Podemos recognition
Gibraltar man facing seven counts of sexual offences against minors has ‘predilection for tying people up’
He has pleaded not guilty to the charges
Yet another case of poor management from the town hall’s planning department
Supreme Court rules life insurance bond for investment could be declared void
Two plaintiffs win case that could affect thousands of preferred share investors
Over 400 appeals were launched by Spanish companies following the PP’s 2013 reforms, which included a €1.7 billion cut to renewable energy