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17:58

Opinion

The human factor

A. J. LINN

During the next decade or so many jobs and commercial and professional activities will disappear in favour of robots and algorithms. It's already started, and we have checkout-free stores and judges setting sentences using algorithms. There will

10:18

LifeStyle

5 May 1808: Carlos IV of Spain abdicates for the second time

Debbie Bartlett what happened today

...abdication in favour of his son Ferdinand on 18 March 1808. He was the second son of Charles III, the king of Naples and Sicily, but his elder brother Philip suffered from learning difficulties and epilepsy so the throne passed to Charles. Ruling a ... and there was a growing movement in favour of Charles IV's son Ferdinand, who wanted an alliance with Britain again. Amid an atmosphere of dissatisfaction and unease, the Crown Prince made an unsuccessful attempt to overthrow his father in 1807. By ... March 1808, after riots and a popular revolt at the Aranjuez palace, Charles IV was under such pressure that he decided to abdicate in favour of Ferdinand, but then regretted it almost immediately and asked Napoleon to help him regain his throne. On 5

15:33

Opinion

Law and disorder

MARK NAYLER

...pro-independence party ERC, which was rightly critical of the fourth extension of the state of alarm last week, voted in favour, whereas Ciudadanos, which supported the latest extension, voted against. It did so, furthermore, for the most wonderfully Spanish of

14:39

Local

Overhead cables to disappear in Casares

L. PAVÓN. Casares

The town of Casares will soon begin work to remove overhead cables in the oldest part of the municipality. The news comes after community members voted heavily in favour of spending 100,000 euros of the council budget to take most of the cables

11:58

National

New PSOE leader calls Rajoy to say ‘no’ to Catalonian referendum

N. V. madrid

The first telephone call from newly re-elected leader of the PSOE, Pedro Sánchez, to prime minister Mariano Rajoy was about the Catalonian government’s threat to stage an unauthorised independence referendum. The opposition leader has clashed repeate

16:20

Opinion

We're not the only ones in the world

Rachel Haynes

Tourism is so important for this region and the figures are increasing every year, with “record-breaking” appearing in numerous news headlines. However the industry knows it can't sit back on its laurels as the rising fugures won't automatically cont

14:59

Opinion

One hit wonder

Mark Nayler

...the opposition's criticisms are, there is always a danger in periods of emergency or alarm that governments might give themselves too much power and/or abuse it in the process, a risk that increases with groups who are already in favour of a big state.

12:35

National

Politicians vote to try to get Franco’s body moved

M.A. madrid

Opposition MPs have united behind a PSOE party motion to have ex-dictator General Franco’s body removed from its formal resting place at the Valle de los Caídos monastery, near Madrid. As the ruling PP party is against it, any attempt at removal is u

14:08

National

Catalonian parliament passes law and heads for referendum

Cristian Reino

After an eleven-hour heated session of the Catalonian parliament on Wednesday regional MPs passed the law that paves the way for the independence referendum, now officially called by the secessionists for 1 October. The legislation was approved wit