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19:25

Gibraltar

Brexit rears its head again with Specialised Committee meeting

DEBBIE BARTLETT

Gibraltar government was represented by the Attorney General, Michael Llamas, and the director of Gibraltar House in Brussels, Daniel D'Amato. The role of the Specialised Committees is to oversee both the UK and the EU implementation of the terms of the

17:57

Opinion

Grant application

Mark Nayler

...times of crisis. As Spain sees it, Brussels' challenge is to ensure that each country has the amount of financial support it needs to combat the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, taking into account the fact that members such as Germany and France have ... to be discussed at an EU video summit held on Thursday, is that Brussels issue debt-financed grants, rather than loans, to help its members deal with the economic effects of C19, which some experts predict could be up to €1.5 trillion across the bloc ... debts, thus inviting the charge of lack of solidarity. This frequently rehearsed debate reveals one of Brussels' most complex and divisive tasks - namely, adjusting its fiscal packages and goals to suit countries with often wildly differing economies and

19:13

National

Spanish agricultural workers to continue protests over prices

SUR

...the issues lies in Brussels and the EU's Common Agricultural Policy. Mariano Íñigo, a business school marketing professor, said: "A lot of production is running at a deficit and doesn't make a loss due to the subsidies." He suggested that structural

16:27

Opinion

Marshalling the forces

Mark Nayler

In a speech on Monday, prime minister Pedro Sánchez implied that it would be irrational for Brussels to refuse his requests for aid in dealing with the economic impact of Covid-19. The Socialist leader has a point: what does the EU think it's for if ... a huge bailout to save the country's stricken banking sector. Now, when the stakes are much higher, Spain should also expect and receive financial assistance from Brussels. In a reference to the aid package given to Western Europe by the US after ... World War II, named after US Secretary of State George Marshall, Sánchez has requested that Brussels implement a "major Marshall Plan". Combined with an emergency package of €200 billion to be provided by his Socialist government, this would give

15:00

Opinion

New drinking patterns

ANDREW J. LINN

...recuperation, this time nobody can be certain what will happen. The situation is without precedent. Understandably, EU wineries expect to receive financial assistance from Brussels, but the greatest fear is that the vicissitudes may mark a new pattern in

15:10

Opinion

Lost connections

Rachel Haynes

...announcing that flights will resume from July. Meanwhile Brussels and the travel industry are doing their best to get things moving sooner rather than later. Everything, though, at the moment, from what time we can go for a walk this evening to when we can

18:44

LifeStyle

8 May 2000: King Juan Carlos I joins protests against ETA

Jennie Rhodes

...in a similar act in Brussels. Speaking from Morocco where he was on an official visit at the time, then prime minister José María Aznar urged the Basque government, led by Juan José Ibarretxe, to bring forward elections in the region as in Aznar's