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20:28

Local

The new Plaza Mayor Outlet centre may not open until the motorway is widened

JESÚS HINOJOSA / JUAN SOTO

Next Tuesday's inauguration of the luxury McArthurGlen Designer Outlet centre beside the Plaza Mayor shopping centre is looking less likely. Earlier this week the Andalusian High Court (TSJA) provisionally suspended the opening of the access road ... planning department cannot give the go-ahead for the opening without the ministry's approval. Major advertising campaign The High Court decision a week before the Malaga Designer Outlet beside Plaza Mayor was due to open came at a particularly ... be completed around the end of this year, but may be delayed because of last week's court decision. Sources at the Ministry also referred to the way the road-widening roads are already affecting traffic flow. "You can see what is happening in that

14:23

Opinion

Communication breakdown

Mark Nayler

...occurred over the last fortnight. The Socialist leader, however, has declared the Supreme Court's heavily-politicised decision as the summation of an "exemplary legal process". That, in itself, says a lot about his line on the Catalan independence movement,

12:44

Local

Court order provisionally suspends demolition

A. P.

A court in Malaga agreed last Friday to provisionally suspend the demolition of the two houses due to be pulled down on Monday in the Mano Hierro area of Almayate. Local social services have been asked to provide a report on the families'

14:20

National

Confusion on mortgage loan tax ruling causes top court to apologise

SUR

The president of the Spanish Supreme Court publicly apologised on Thursday for a colleague's decision concerning a crucial ruling over tax payments for paperwork on mortgage loans that could lead to a wave of cases asking for refunds. In an ... unprecedented statement, Carlos Lesmes said, "We haven't managed this well. It has caused an unwarranted lack of trust in this highest court and we are all sorry." Lesme's statement came after a senior judge heading public administration cases at the Supreme ... Court intervened over a decision announced last week by another judge there to force banks to pay a tax on notarising mortgage loan documents. Up to now the person taking out the mortgage has been responsible for paying this percentage tax, known as

14:05

National

Food delivery cyclist wins case against Glovo

E. MARTÍNEZ

For the first time a court in Madrid has recognised that a food delivery cyclist is not self-employed, as had been claimed, and instead did enough work for an employer to count as having a fixed contractual relationship. The delivery cyclist

12:53

National

Catalan secessionists cleared of rebellion charges but lengthy sentences dished out for sedition

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / MATEO BALÍN

The Spanish Supreme Court has handed out custodial sentences to nine of the twelve Catalan independence leaders on trial for their role in the illegal October 2017 referendum. Those given prison time have also been barred from holding public office ... rebellion would not have been an appropriate sentence, because while violence did occur during the referendum and its aftermath, they did not see it as a deliberate, top-down strategy to secure independence. Notably, the court did also make clear its

15:28

Opinion

Reality bites

Mark Nayler

...phase based on dialogue and the rule of law... [S]o that Catalonia can play its role as a motor for growth in [Spain]". Calviño was talking, of course, about the Supreme Court's sentences for leading Catalan secessionists, finally handed down on Monday ... Guardian condemning the Supreme Court's decisions, concluding with the words, "We will never back down". Indeed, the harsh prison terms are likely to radicalise "independistas", rather than halt them in their tracks. Calviño hopes instead that they will ... Certainly, the secessionists did act illegally in organising the October 2017 referendum, which was declared unconstitutional in advance by Spain's Constitutional Court. Some kind of punishment, you could argue, was necessary. But what about a lengthy ban

14:58

Local

Landsbanki 'scam' victims make progress in the courts

Mónica Pérez

A court in Marbella has ruled in favour of a couple involved in the ongoing legal action against Icelandic bank Landsbanki. Some 200 retirees, many of them British nationals living on the Costa del Sol, have come together to coordinate legal ... in high-risk funds which resulted in them losing all of their money. Last week, however, some progress was made as a Marbella court ruled against the bank's claims for a couple to pay back its loan. The court said the loan was void because of unfair ... didn't treat them as consumers, but as professional financiers and that is why the court has voided them for being abusive."