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13:59

LifeStyle

Tight security

PETER HARRISON

...another occasion, I spent the weekend with friends in New England who owned two Dobermans. Due to heavy snow, the dogs had not been walked so I took them. On the approach of a woodland area with steep banks, the dogs stopped and refused to move and pulled

10:11

LifeStyle

A return to find poverty... and vitality

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...from the last chapter, as he sits in a bar in Madrid, savouring the final days of his travels before returning to England: “[W]hat strikes the foreigner most is the fact that [Spanish girls] are so conscious of their beauty. They sail along….without any ... of the doubts and hesitations that affect even beautiful girls in England.” He also takes appreciative note of their wonderful dark hair and the eloquence of their “large brilliant eyes with their clear whites which can throw a signal as far as one ... can throw a tennis ball”. Brenan, it seems, was not only a connoisseur of history and Baroque architecture (two of the book’s other recurring themes). Brenan is at his absolute best when comparing Spain and the Spanish to England and the

10:12

LifeStyle

A short-lived revolutionary idyll

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...ensured that many of Orwell’s comrades were in prison or dead when he returned to England in summer 1937, only narrowly avoiding capture himself. But unlike Laurie Lee, Orwell was not rendered either personally or politically cynical by his experiences as ... plenty of time for reflection on what awaited him back home. Invigorated by his time in troubled Spain, he was suddenly infuriated by what now struck him as the slumbering isolation of England: “Earthquakes in Japan, famines in China, revolutions in ... Mexico? Don’t worry, the milk will be on the doorstep tomorrow morning, ‘The New Statesman’ will come out on Friday.” This was what he so memorably called “the deep, deep sleep of England”. Orwell wanted to be back in Spain, in the thick of the drama and

10:12

LifeStyle

A beloved country at war with itself

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...palette of far bleaker colours. When civil war broke out in Spain in July 1936, Lee was picked up from Almuñécar and taken back to England by a British destroyer. Lee went somewhat reluctantly from this small fishing town - already a Republican ... Laurie Lee (1914-1997). As I Walked out One Midsummer's Morning (1969) Jason Webster (b. 1970), Duende: A Journey in Search of Flamenco (2003) The 1930s England to which Lee returned - “snoozing under old newspapers and knotted handkerchiefs” - ... three-week incarceration in Barcelona followed by a train journey through France, he arrived back in London, where his beautiful lover was waiting for him at Victoria station. Lee returned to England more disillusioned and just as unfulfilled as he had been

10:12

LifeStyle

A first taste of the land of his dreams

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...repudiation of what Orwell had called “the deep, deep sleep of England”. more reading into spain Laurie Lee (1914-1997). A Moment of War (1991) Jason Webster (b. 1970), Duende: A Journey in Search of Flamenco (2003) Lee arrived in the

10:12

Opinion

The Law of Lopetegui

Rob Palmer

I very much doubt that the Spain coach ever heard the famous “you won’t win anything with kids” analysis, but Julen Lopetegui, nonetheless, adheres to it. Look very closely at the squads of Spain and England this week and you will discover the ... taste of full international recognition but until you have served your full usefulness to the under 21s, that is your priority. Imagine that happening with England. Once a player gets a full cap that seems to be it – no going back. Given the ‘Law of ... Liverpool reject returned to England to emerge as a game changer and the scorer of a stunning goal. Slowly, Lopetegui is making his mark. The likes of Aduriz and Aspas are welcomed into the fold as Cesc Fàbregas and Iker Casillas appear to be history.

10:32

LifeStyle

Art begins in the scrapyard

REGINA SOTORRÍO MALAGA

...variety of small items which are 'rescued' from scrapyards, but they gradually become bigger and bigger. That's why they always have to finish off outdoors, "and England is grey and rainy," Danielle explains. In Riogordo they have enough space for their

18:04

Sport

Martín Demichelis completes Malaga return

Daryl Finch

...also The end of an era as Weligton quits His time in the north-west of England was a mixed bag, with the pace of the Premier League at times proving too much. Despite this, his experience and versatility was invaluable as the Citizens went on

14:44

LifeStyle

An unplanned but enjoyable career move

Jennie Rhodes

England, Gwen says that they would make the most of their holidays and travel as much as possible. Tom had found the house advertised for rental in the Sunday newspaper in England and at that time he was studying Spanish at night school in England. His ... retire. He loved "all things Spanish", says Gwen. When the opportunity to take early retirement came up, Tom said to Gwen that he was going to live in Spain. "You can keep on working in England and come out for holidays Tom told me, but I said 'no way -

15:57

Sport

Quite the turnaround

Rob Palmer OPINION

...type of player who wouldn't look out of place running Real Madrid's midfield, and soon may! Sevilla specialise in restoring players who have failed to express themselves in England, expressly Manchester City. Samir Nasri, didn't fit the Pep

12:21

LifeStyle

The battle against sugar gets fiercer

ALEJANDRA RODRÍGUEZ health

...deaths a year in the world. Of these, 133,000 are due to Type 2 diabetes, 4,000 from cardiovascular illnesses and 6,400 to different types of cancer. Meanwhile, another research project published in The New England Journal of Medicine, carried out by

11:08

Sport

Josemi returns to Malaga to take up role as first team delegate

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...the post. After his spell in England, during which time he won the Champions League, Josemi speaks English so will be able to bridge the gap between the first team and the owners in his new role as first team delegate. Known as a hard worker, his

14:04

LifeStyle

Science teacher leaves school for six-month run across Europe

Jennie Rhodes vÉLEZ-MALAGA

...to have less and do more, that ordinary people can achieve extraordinary things." He is also hoping to raise awareness and donations for three British charities: The Stroke Association, The Thomas Theyer Foundation, and Mountain Rescue England and

18:00

Opinion

Expecting the worst

Mark Nayler

...would plunge the world into crisis and despair. Granted, Brexit hasn't even started to happen yet - but its certainty in the medium-term future has failed to cause the economic backlash many predicted. The Bank of England, the IMF and the OECD have also

15:14

Local

Nao Victoria calls at Alcaidesa Marina on European tour

SUR La Línea

...between 11am and 6pm, before it continues its European tour to other parts of Spain, France, England, Belgium and Holland. Tickets are available online at www.fundacionnaovictoria.com, and on the vessel itself.

18:46

Sport

A victory, at long last

Daryl Finch

...and Luis Muñoz). In the four games they have started together, they have conceded just four goals. For the last 20 minutes on Monday, Demichelis bossed the backline. Often derided during his time in England with Manchester City, his experience is

15:14

LifeStyle

Mountain wine

A. J. LINN

Townsend.Why should readers of this column need telling about a small concert on another continent? Because the Rev Townsend referred to was a vicar from Pewsey, in England’s Wiltshire, who visited Malaga in 1787 and is credited with the first ever recorded ... hugely productive. Back then it was Spain’s second-largest wine region, and the product, known as Mountain, was very popular in England and North America. Nothing lasts for ever though, and eventually successive infestations of mildew, and finally the

19:04

LifeStyle

A parcel of pigs and other funny 'tails'

Rachel Amstrong Marbella

...bumble of bees' and 'a tumble of trees', which formed the basis of the book. Andréa, originally from Durham in North East England, has always had a passion for art; more specifically, an "inherent love of children's illustrated books". After gaining a