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16:13

Opinion

A difference of degree

Mark Nayler

...in favour of increased taxes on corporations and wealthy individuals and greater public spending. Yet there would be differences of degree between the two party leaders, with UP likely to push for even higher levels of public investment and taxation

18:46

Sport

Marbella hit rock bottom with home defeat

Julio Rodríguez

Aira had already made three substitutions but nothing seemed to work in Marbella's favour. With Marbella now sitting seventh (out of ten) in the table, the coach's future hangs firmly in the balance.

20:23

Opinion

Cause célèbre

Mark Nayler

...budget deal with the pro-independence Catalan Republican Left, Pedro Sánchez enhanced Catalonia's privileged status even further, giving it more money and tweaking Madrid's tax laws in Barcelona's favour. The Socialist leader has also signalled his

14:35

Sport

Time for Messi to go?

Rob Palmer

Juventus colours, scored two goals and his eternal rival completely overshadowed him. Messi would be doing Barcelona a massive favour if he went early. They need the money they'd save in wages and a moody cloud would be lifted. At some point in the very ... would love to see him skipping around the Eastlands of Manchester but Mrs Messi relocating to Cheshire is debatable. It's likely that only the French club could afford him - but probably in the summer. Yet he'd be doing everyone a favour if he headed

13:14

LifeStyle

Pedro de Tapia, lord of the manor and Plaza Mayor

FERNANDO TORRES

De Tapia's project management, this square in Madrid became an example for other major cities in Spain and Europe. Patronage Isidoro Otero explains that most writers in Spain's Golden Age sought the favour of high-ranking officials, of whom Pedro de Tapia ... was one. The best example of this is the only work of poetry produced by Cervantes, which he dedicated to the official's son, Rodrigo de Tapia, because he wanted his father's favour. De Tapia also knew Lope de Vega, who refers to him in several