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15:35

What to do

A very European quartet

Jennie Rhodes

Ars Nova, a Granada-based quartet, will be playing at El Molino de Cajiz on Sunday 6 May and then on Thursday 10 May at the Sala Unicaja de Conciertos María Cristina in Malaga. They will be accompanied by pianist and owner of the Molino de Cajiz, Cor

12:47

National

EU takes Spain to court over poor air quality

SUR

The European Commission has reported Spain to the European Court of Justice for failing to comply with air quality standards in Madrid, Barcelona and the Vallès-Baix Llobregat area of Catalonia. It says that these areas have an excessive amount ... of nitrogen dioxide, based on European laws that have been in place since 2008.

18:09

Opinion

The Hokey Cokey

Jennie Rhodes

So we've arrived at Brexit day. It's important to remember though that today is largely symbolic; UK MEPs and the last UK commissioner, Julian King, left the European Parliament and Commission respectively earlier this week and as such the UK no ... night in early summer - San Juan - my favourite Spanish fiesta - on 23 June. I was on the beach with a European crowd and spirits were high. Nobody had really thought that the UK would vote to leave, but as San Juan drew closer, views were starting to

18:08

Sport

Javier Fernández bows out with seventh European title in a row

SUR

Spanish figure skater Javier Fernández drew a line under his career with victory in the European Championships in Minsk on Saturday. With 271.59 points, Fernández finished ahead of Samarin (Russia) and Rizzo (Italy). This was the 27-year-old's

14:17

Gibraltar

MEPs updated on Brexit progress at the European Parliament

Debbie Bartlett

In the future, Gibraltar may possibly want a deeper relationship with the European Union, deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia told the European Parliament in Strasbourg this week. He was speaking in response to questions from the Green/EFA MEP ... working group, who had invited him to meet them. Dr Garcia explained that Gibraltar has enjoyed a differentiated, tailor-made relationship with the EU ever since it joined its predecessor, the European Economic Community, in 1973. This status was unique

12:32

Local

Estepona works to cost 2.5 million euros from European fund

CHARO MÁRQUEZ.

Estepona is currently working on four projects, costing around 2.5 million euros paid mostly by EU development funds, the town's mayor has said. Current projects include the first phase of improvements to Avenida Andalucía; a roundabout at the jun

12:30

National

A rollercoaster four years for Brits in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

Since the result of the referendum became clear in the early hours of 24 June 2016, the 300,000 Brits in Spain, along with their counterparts across the EU 27 and European citizens living in the UK, have faced uncertainty, grief, hope and resolve: a ... Bremain in Spain, founded in Barcelona, although this pro-EU organisation also set itself the goal of fighting for the ultimate endgame, to persuade the British government to stop Brexit altogether. The groups forged alliances with similar pan-European ... groups and Britain in Europe and The People's Vote were born. Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in London and other European cities to demand a second referendum or to revoke Article 50, choosing significant dates such as the second anniversary

17:44

Travel

What impact will Brexit have on travel within the EU and to the UK?

Andrew Forbes

...period. However, from 2021, the ETIAS (European Travel Information and Authorisation System) is scheduled to come into force. This is the new travel authorisation system which will be a requirement for British citizens and 60 other nationalities who wish

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-based Fund's website, Christine Lagarde, the French lawyer who's headed up the organisation since 2011, has "temporarily relinquished" her role amid rumours that she's to become the next president of the European Central Bank. After the Brussels meeting, ... Spain's economy minister Nadia Calviño said that it's a "priority" that Lagarde's successor be European. And preferably Spanish too, one imagines: Calviño's name has yet to be discussed in this context (she said it was "premature" to be specific) but it's