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15:28

Opinion

Back home

Peter Edgerton

Playing mini golf in the rain was as near as I could get to a UK seaside day out experience this time around. Actually, we played in a park in London but it still counts, I think. The raindrops creeping slowly down the back of my neck during the game

13:36

LifeStyle

Shifting goal posts

REV ADRIAN LOW ANGLICAN CHAPLAIN, COSTA DEL SOL WEST

...of Commons, a body which, at least to some extent, is meant to be representative of the UK people. Remember the 2017 general election? Since then YouGov has asked the people of Britain 35 times about leaving the EU. Every poll, when applied to the

20:30

Sport

Spain, strong favourites for Davis Cup victory

Daryl Finch

The Spanish team received a welcome boost on Thursday afternoon as the draw for the Davis Cup first round fixtures this weekend revealed that Great Britain would be without Kyle Edmund, ruled out through injury. The British number two (26th in the ... table for Great Britain whose side comprises Dominic Inglot, Jamie Murray and Davis Cup debutants Liam Broady and Cameron Norrie. Top-ranked British player Kyle Edmund has been ruled out.J-L The fixtures for the weekend’s action at the Puente Romano ... doubles fixture (2pm). He will partner Feliciano López -at the expense of David Ferrer- against Jamie Murray and Dominic Inglot in what is likely to be Great Britain’s best shot at picking up a point. This means that Friday's fixtures, which get under

14:44

Sport

Preparation well under way for the Davis Cup

SUR

Construction of the stand for the upcoming Davis Cup fixture between Spain and Great Britain is well under way. The Puente Romano Tennis Club in Marbella will host the games from 2 to 4 February. This week, a further 800 tickets went on sale

23:38

Sport

Surprise win for Cameron Norrie levels scores in first day of Davis Cup action

Daryl Finch

Underdogs Great Britain received a boost in their quest for victory in the Davis Cup first round on Friday when Cameron Norrie, ranked 114th in the world, fought back from two sets down to see off Roberto Bautista Agut. Norrie, a Davis Cup ... debutant, fought to win 4-6 3-6 6-3 6-2 6-2 against the world number 23 on the clay at the Puente Romano tennis club in Marbella. “We've had a lot of good moments in Davis Cup and this is one of them right now,” said Great Britain captain Leon Smith after

18:06

LifeStyle

16 June 1779: Spain declares war on Great Britain

Tony Bryant what happened today?

The Great Siege of Gibraltar, the longest siege ever endured by the British Armed Forces, began after Spain officially declared war on Great Britain on 16 June, 1779. The siege was an unsuccessful attempt by Spain and France to capture Gibraltar ... from the British during the American War of Independence (1775 -1783). The war began as a conflict between Great Britain and its North American colonies, but by 1779 both Spain and France had offered their allegiance to America. France had already ... declared war on Britain in 1778, and in April 1779, they, along with Spain, signed the Treaty of Aranjuez. Spain declared war on Great Britain in 1779 and, together with France, set about recovering lost territory. Spain's main goal, as it was in the

15:27

Gibraltar

Britain's former attorney general on fact-finding tour of Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Britain’s former attorney general, Dominic Grieve, made a short visit to Gibraltar last week, following previous contact with the attorney general of the Rock, Michael Llamas. After a meeting with the chief minister, Fabian Picardo, Grieve was

18:06

Opinion

Holiday

POLLY RODGER BROWN

...air traffic controller strikes and stagnant wages - Britain in July, August and now September has become more crowded than ever. Every coastal town and resort, every Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, every National Park has been full to bursting ... islanders can return to farming, fishing, knitting and driving home on quiet roads. Here in Suffolk we can now visit the coast and Southwold (which has just been voted Britain's best seaside resort much to our horror) without wading through the hoards of