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14:38

Sport

A 'no deal' scenario

Rob Palmer

TV deals. Liga fans back in the UK are still waiting to see if the games are to be shown on television. An interim deal was done to broadcast the first three rounds on ITV but there is nothing currently in place beyond the international break. I ... law. The ITV agreement was a kind of backstop, the danger is that there will be a 'no deal' scenario and we all know how frustrating those phrases have become...

15:05

National

The Junta is thinking about a no-deal scenario too

SUR

At the next regional cabinet meeting, president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, will approve a series of measures designed to alleviate the effect of any hard Brexit. Moreno stated that Andalucía is especially vulnerable to any negative

14:13

Gibraltar

Gibraltar downplays the Yellowhammer report, saying it is seriously out of date

Debbie Bartlett

...the case of a no-deal Brexit which many were expecting, leading to claims that there is actually a lot more to it which had not been revealed. Nevertheless, what there was caused considerable alarm. The section about Gibraltar sounded particularly ... not have passed all necessary legislation for no deal, opening up potential legal gaps/risks mainly for the Government of Gibraltar. Gibraltar continues to plan for less significant border delays than our Yellowhammer scenario," it reads. ... weeks ago. All matters raised in it have been advanced and addressed since long before. But no deal is not a good deal for Gib." At the time of the Sunday Times leaked document, the Gibraltar government explained that the points raised in the

16:57

Opinion

Deal with it

Mark Nayler

...degree when it comes to how to deal with companies, which in principle should make it easier, not harder, for the two parties to form a coalition. Not that such a partnership would go down well in Spain's business world, accustomed as it is to years of ... corporate-friendly conservative rule. Indeed, it's mainly to reverse Mariano Rajoy's labour market reforms - which favoured employers over employees - that Iglesias wants to control the ministry of Labour. Instead, in the latest deal presented by Sánchez, the UP was ... would possess a parliamentary majority - to form a government. The PSOE leader is understandably concerned that such a coalition would be defined by compromise, as all coalitions are - but if he wants a second term as prime minister, he'll have to deal

14:37

National

Spain edges closer to a general election

SUR

Spain is edging closer to a repeat general election in November. Time is running out before 23 September for the main party, the Socialist PSOE, to do a deal with left-wing Unidas Podemos (UP) on government to help Pedro Sánchez be sworn in as

15:43

National

"I appreciate people are anxious but my message would be one of reassurance"

Rachel Haynes

...represents the British government in Spain at a time when uncertainty still reigns over how and when Britain will leave the EU. He is optimistic that this will be on 31 October, with a deal, and that both countries have identical interests in protecting their ... citizens. A Brexit deal: "I'm still optimistic ... I don't pretend this is easy but we're working hard to find a way through this"Citizens' rights: "Britain and Spain have a shared understanding of wanting to make sure that people are protected"Gibraltar: ... to do a Brexit deal and there's lots of other stuff we want to carry on working together on. Is representing the British government at the moment more of a challenge than you expected? I don't think so. I'm very proud to represent the British

13:39

Sport

Loan deal agreed with Mallorca for attacking midfielder Stoichkov

A. GÓNGORA

Malaga are once again waiting for the green light from president Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani, this time to complete the loan signing of Stoichkov. The attacking midfielder, born Juan Diego Molina but known by the name of the former Barcelona legend,