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14:26

Gibraltar

Gibraltar authorities discuss post-Brexit border problems with Northern Ireland politicians

IÑIGO GURRUCHAGA

200 crossing points. Gibraltar has never been part of the Customs Union and is not part of Schengen, so its controls are necessary. The Irish politicians were very interested in the technology which Gibraltar uses, especially to monitor the movement ... between Northern Ireland and Ireland, and there will be 'no friction', but nobody has explained how to avoid border controls similar to those of Gibraltar, at its nearly 200 crossing points, if Ireland remains in the Customs Union and Northern Ireland ... leaves this common tariff area alongside the UK. The committee asked the chief minister why Gibraltar didn't become part of the Customs Union when the UK joined the former CEE in 1972. “Because we had no frontier with Europe,” he answered. “Spain

13:22

Local

Torremolinos hosts Moroccan tourism festival

Tony Bryant

...percussive instruments. Each Berber tribe in Morocco has its distinctive dress (especially for the women), language, dance, and social customs. The dance is an integral and constant affirmation of who and what they are. Visitors were invited to sample

17:32

LifeStyle

Malaga's own mini Camino de Santiago

Mark Nayler

...and Salamanca. These routes take their name from the Mozarabs - Christians who retained their own religion and customs while living in medieval Moorish Spain. Add-ons or alternatives to the walk I did a few weeks ago include the path that takes you

14:07

LifeStyle

An international flavour in Manilva

ASH BOLTON

...scale than the Pueblos international festival in Fuengirola. It gives nationalities around Manilva the opportunity to present their customs, dress, sports, food and their flag to the local community here.” Dean said they had stands from countries

14:48

LifeStyle

Malaga's forgotten female writers

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...one single chapter: her alleged relationship with Manuel Godoy, one of Carlos IV's ministers. Things didn't change much in the following 100 years. Oyarzábal's feminist impulse also collided with customs and laws; her husband, Ceferino Palencia, was

18:00

National

What it takes to be Spanish

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...order to pass the CCSE. She speaks fluent Spanish and is confident that she can pass the language test, but realises that she still has a lot to learn about customs and culture in Spain. Where and when to take the tests In Malaga province there are

11:15

LifeStyle

Richard Ford on Spanish cuisine

A. VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...taunts, however, the erudite Ford managed to develop a great appreciation for the customs of this country and gained a profound knowledge of what it was like to travel through Spain nearly 200 years ago. The British Hispanist journeyed through the country

11:05

LifeStyle

The customary glutton of the 17th century

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...from Francisco de Quevedo. Ugly or not, Zabaleta was one of the first 'costumbrista' writers of Spain and he dedicated much of his work to reflecting satirically on the uses and customs of the Madrid of the Austrias, as dirty as it was dazzling.He