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13:24

Sport

Far-reaching problems

Rob Palmer

...unauthorised trip abroad. The player Pep fined learned to listen, but I doubt the reported 90,000-euro fine dished out to Dembélé will make a ha'porth of difference. It's too simple to say that Barcelona lost on the opening night because Lionel Messi was

15:09

Opinion

What to do?

Mark Nayler

I wrote here last week that acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez seemed to be the only Spanish politician willing to work through the summer to resolve Spain's political deadlock. I spoke too soon, because on Saturday the PSOE leader headed to Huelva'

12:41

LifeStyle

El Camino cycle in fight against cancer

EUGENIO CABEZAS

AECC they are looking for sponsors of one euro for every kilometre they cycle. "We know that the people of Nerja are very generous, so we are sure that we will surpass the 1,400 kilometres," the cyclists adds. At the moment, in barely a month, they have

16:03

Opinion

Happy holidays

Mark Nayler

Given how quiet everything's gone in Spain over the last week or so, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the country's political deadlock had been broken and a new administration installed. But nothing of the sort has happened. On Monday, acting prim

16:57

Opinion

Deal with it

Mark Nayler

We now know that Pablo Iglesias' Unidas Podemos (UP) didn't support Pedro Sánchez's Socialists (the PSOE) in Thursday's second investiture vote. The two party leaders have been trying to form a coalition government ever since April 29th's inconclusiv

14:58

Opinion

Home or away?

Mark Nayler

The esoteric game of musical chairs within EU and international organisations continued this week, with European finance ministers gathering in Brussels to discuss the next head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). According to the Washington-ba

13:39

Opinion

High-flying

Mark Nayler

"Spain is back." So said Spain's acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez this week, regarding the prospect of Josep Borrell becoming the EU's High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. Sánchez had been hoping that the caretaking foreign