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15:42

National

Andalusian government and businesses to push ahead with plastic bag ban

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

2021. "We all have to make an effort and become, from a business and social point of view, a region that is at the leading-edge of Europe," said Juanma Moreno, pointing out that Andalucía is the only European region with a coastline on two seas.

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

18:02

Sport

The masterplan

Rob Palmer

...football can resume. It's incredibly ambitious as nobody can determine what on earth is going to happen next. The European championships have been put off until the summer of 2021 clearing the diary for summer 2020. The grand plan is to get the domestic

15:28

Sport

Carolina Marín, among European royalty

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Spanish badminton star Carolina Marín became the first player in history to be crowned European champion for a fourth time. The twice world champion and Olympic gold winner came out on top on home soil in Huelva, seeing off Russian Evgeniya

15:36

LifeStyle

7 February 1992: Maastricht Treaty signed by EC members

Debbie Bartlett

On 7 February 1992, Spain and Britain were among the 12 members of the European Community to sign the Treaty on European Union, informally known as the Maastricht Treaty after the Dutch city in which this took place. The other EC members at the time ... November 1993. The European Union was born. The Maastricht Treaty took several years to draw up and it had far-reaching effects. It established European citizenship for the first time, and meant citizens of member states were able to live and move freely ... criminal matters. It also laid the foundations for the single currency, the euro, and established the European Central Bank and the European System of Central Banks. Thanks to Maastricht, citizens of EU states were given the right to vote and stand as a

14:45

Opinion

Tempting, but not worth a jail sentence

Jennie Rhodes

Having written off being able to vote in the European Parliament elections ever again after the June 2016 referendum, imagine my joy when it turned out that I would have one last opportunity to do so before Brexit, as the UK government failed to ... filling it in and sending it back (registered post - I hold little faith in those prepaid international stamp envelopes that come with the voting pack). The European Parliament (EP) elections are taking place between 23 and 26 May, depending on the ... country; the UK always votes on a Thursday while many other European countries favour Sunday. In Spain they're taking place on Sunday at the same time as the local elections. Any EU citizen has the right to vote in EP elections, either in their home

15:30

National

New PM Sánchez steps out and meets fellow European leaders

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...accept charities' vessels carrying them. Both agreed to propose to other EU leaders that pan-European migrant reception centres should be set up so that the burden doesn't fall on just the countries along the Mediterranean. Macron is due to travel to

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