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15:20

Sport

The ultimate 'go-to' man

Rob Palmer A look at la liga

...between jobs at the time. The Spanish equivalent is Pepe Mel. He even got the call to the UK when Big Sam and Pulis couldn’t be reached! He is the football saint of almost lost causes and the ‘go-to’ man when all else has failed. The latest club to

15:20

LifeStyle

"Women's voices are refusing to be silenced"

regina sotorrío / RAchel haynes

...the Second World War when we lived in a time of growth. When I graduated from university my friends could just look in the paper and pick and choose the jobs. It was a positive time, with the civil rights movement, the continuation of the women's

17:57

Opinion

Behind a surname

Rachel Haynes

...woman's responsibility, even when both have jobs, and men proudly claim they "help" rather than just get on and "do". Miriam González Durántez has drawn attention to a custom that remains in place out of tradition and inertia. But doing away with it

15:15

Opinion

Eternal blame

Peter Edgerton

...sunshine, the moonlight, the good times and the boogie while she's at it. No, this is a prime example of somebody unable and/or unwilling to accept a harsh truth that so many of us find it difficult to face: we're often really rubbish at our jobs. When was

15:18

Opinion

Returning to the roots of commerce

jeremy blatch

Joseph Fry, who started the famous Fry’s chocolates, built a small town for the employees of his factories, with all amenities, schools, hospitals, recreation facilities and a church. Work was scarce and many had to leave their hometowns to find jobs

20:30

Local

Stormy seas for Costa del Sol's fishing fleet

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...have ceased to operate. The number dropped from 255 to 249 between 2016 and 2017. Employment has also dropped. Figures for 2016 show that the sector provided direct jobs for 1,005 workers, and indirect work for 2,485 (3,492 in total). In 1990, there

17:33

LifeStyle

"We're not mad, we're sick"

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...accidents. What effect does this lack of knowledge and late diagnosis have? Ana Ferrer: We start to think we're going mad. We lose jobs and partners. Many of us find sexual intercourse painful, or afterwards, because of the contractions of the uterus