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14:02

National

Court to investigate emeritus king over commissions

Mateo Balín

...trains in Saudi Arabia. Some 80 million euros in commissions has been reported as part of the 6.7 billion deal for the prestigious AVE rail system in 2011. A court report says there could be evidence against the king, who abdicated in 2014 in favour

15:46

LifeStyle

How to deal with psychological effects of the lockdown

ROSSEL APARICIO

...have a huge emotional impact on people. Even for those who normally enjoy being at home, enforced isolation can be a bit of a struggle, and adults are more vulnerable than children because they are the ones who have to deal with the psychological ... security," he says. As the days go by our mental balance can be "broken" and we may suddenly find ourselves having panic attacks, crying or feeling that we can't breathe. "All this is absolutely normal at times like this. Our brain finds it hard to deal

15:58

Sport

No deal reached for compensation package for sacked Malaga coach

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

Former Malaga coach Víctor Sánchez del Amo’s demand for compensation from the club will now go through the courts after a meeting at the Mediation, Arbitration and Conciliation Centres of Malaga (CMAC) on Wednesday failed to yield any results. Víct

15:43

Sport

Casimiro renews with Unicaja despite coming up short in the play-offs

JUAN CALDERÓN

...a win in the final game against Bilbao Basket last Thursday wouldn't see them qualify for the semi-finals. In the end, a 78-65 win secured them third place. Casimiro's new deal is for one season with an option for another and will see him embark on

13:44

National

Renfe wins six-billion-dollar deal for high-speed rail in Texas

SUR

The Spanish state-owned rail operator, Renfe, has won a contract worth six billion dollars, (5.56 billion euros), to help build and then run one of its AVE high-speed lines from Houston to Dallas in the American state of Texas. The deal was ... The high-speed line between the fast-growing cities of Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth will run for 386 kilometres, with trains covering the distance in less than 90 minutes. The preliminary deal to run the infrastructure was agreed last December. It

15:53

Sport

The supply teacher

Rob Palmer

...pointed this week: "The biggest dream I have is to be Barcelona coach, to return to Barça and triumph." The club has lost direction. Take the bizarre deal which sees Arthur Melo go to Juventus for 72 million euros and Miralem Pjani? head to Barca for 60 ... million. To most of us it's a 10-million swap deal between a 23-year-old and a player seven years his senior. This is a transfer that has been devised by the bean-counters rather than football people. You couldn't imagine a top-level manager allowing

15:32

Opinion

First aid

Mark Nayler

On Tuesday, prime minister Pedro Sánchez announced that his government will provide an aid package of €200 billion to deal with the Covid-19 (C19) outbreak in Spain. The next day, during a subdued parliamentary session attended by just a few MPs, ... the Socialist leader called for an emergency budget to deal with the pandemic's economic consequences. Sánchez's rhetoric on both occasions verged on doom-mongering, especially on Wednesday, when he warned that the "worst is still to come" and that ... pandemic and how his administration proposes to deal with its effects on Spain's population, services and economy. It's already clear that the groups targeted by Sánchez's aid package - small businesses, the unemployed, employees on temporary contracts

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