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22:14

Opinion

Getting to the point

Mark Nayler

Predictably, the no-confidence motion brought by Vox against Spain's Socialist-led minority government this week degenerated into name-calling and finger-pointing, in which each side labelled the other as "totalitarian", amongst many other savage epi

17:47

Opinion

In the spotlight

Mark Nayler

Spain's Supreme Court this week maintained the High Court's 2018 decision in the so-called Gürtel case, showing no leniency towards the masterminds of one of the biggest corruption scandals in Spanish history. In upholding the fraud convictions again

14:50

Opinion

Spend it wisely

Mark Nayler

In a speech to business and union leaders on Wednesday, Pedro Sánchez belatedly rolled out a spending blueprint for the next three years, in part designed to reassure the EU that the €140 billion of recovery funds that it's sending to Spain will be u

13:51

Opinion

Barely credible

Mark Nayler

This week saw former IMF chief Rodrigo Rato acquitted of one of his several alleged financial misdemeanours. The criminal division of Spain's High Court ruled that Rato - who served as Spain's Economy minister between 1996 and 2004, in the conservati

15:05

Opinion

What kind of recession?

Mark Nayler

The newly-updated statistics for Spain's GDP performance in the second quarter of this year reveal that things weren't quite as bad as some thought. According to the National Statistics Institute, the country's economy contracted by 17.8% between Apr

14:38

Opinion

One thing is certain

Mark Nayler

In a gloomy press conference on Wednesday, the Bank of Spain lowered the already-low expectations about the pace of Spain's economic recovery from Covid, on the back of a disappointing third quarter. The predictions for post-Covid GDP contraction, un

17:28

Local

Benalmádena to honour Islamic botanist with new park

Tony Bryant

Benalmádena town hall has announced an initiative to plant 250 trees as part of its development of the new ibn al-Baytar Park. The trees, which include pine, ash, cork oak, white and black poplar and mulberry, are part of the first stage of the new

16:03

Opinion

Deep freeze

Mark Nayler

It's not just Covid-19 that's stalling progress in Spain: festering rivalries between the country's two main parties are also responsible for the ongoing political freeze. The mutual animosity between the governing Socialists and the conservative Pop

15:01

Opinion

One size doesn't fit all

Mark Nayler

Spain's Socialist government is right to stick to its decision, made after the state of alarm ended in June, to hand control of the new wave of Covid outbreaks to regional governments. The point now up for debate is whether Pedro Sanchez's coalition

18:02

Local

Fuengirola reveals initial plans for a new 91-million-euro marina

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

There has been a step forward in the project for Fuengirola’s new marina. The council has now officially revealed the initial plan for this project, which has an estimated cost of around 91 million euros (plus IVA). The report with all these details