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19:30

National

'Mrs Clegg' objects

IÑIGO GURRUCHAGA LONDON

...and described it as "ironic". A similar situation arose in Parliament recently, when prime minister Theresa May referred to the Shadow Foreign Minister Emily Thornberry, who is married to judge Lord Nugee, as 'Lady Nugee'. Thornberry was quick to

11:00

National

MPs call for parliamentary investigation after Bankia case widens

SUR MADRID

The wave of allegations of malpractice by ex-bosses at Bankia took a new turn this week. Officials at the Banco de España and the CNMV, the body that oversees the running of the Spanish stock market, have been called for questioning by judges

19:46

What to do

What to do: music and events

Denise Bush

Jilly Griffin is Vice Chairman of her local area of NAFAS, Sussex. An area demonstrator, judge and speaker, Jilly is also the Chief Steward in the Floral Design Studio at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Visitors 10€. 23 January 11am: Jilly Griffin

11:16

Local

Legal proceedings started over Marbella FC's new sports complex

Héctor Barbotta Marbella

...include four football pitches, are under way over the alleged breach of town planning and environmental regulations. The La Dama de Noche residents' association filed a complaint to a Marbella judge, claiming that the construction was illegal as it was ... being carried out on protected land around the Río Verde. The judge took on the case and on 20 December started legal proceedings with the public prosecutor, requesting the town hall pass on its files to help with the investigation. The town hall, in

11:08

LifeStyle

Predictable Bocuse

A. J. LINN

Last month I heard for the first time about the so-called 'Gastronomic Olympics', a biannual competition known as the Bocuse d'Or. Started in 1987 by the great French chef Paul Bocuse, the more I looked into it the more it seemed to be a commercial c

13:42

Local

Homebuyer gets his 62,000-euro deposit back for unfinished flat

LEANDRO PAVÓN Manilva

...set for late 2007 but the moment never arrived as the company went into voluntary liquidation. The judge decided that the bank holding the deposit had a duty to return the moneyThe case, which was heard in Seville (as the developer was based there),

10:59

Local

Former boss of Parque Animal is now accused of misappropriation of funds

ALBERTO GÓMEZ malaga

...notification sent from a judge in Torremolinos to the official prosecution authorities and private prosecution in this case, Carmen Marín used money from the animal rescue centre, which received tens of thousands of euros from Torremolinos council in the form ... Marín and her family to pay for a course of driving lessons, monthly gymnasium membership and a security system for a private home. The judge also considers that there is evidence to indicate that Carmen Marín paid for stays in luxury hotels in ... The judge also says it looks as if the association's president used the funds to pay more than 11,000 euros in restaurants between 2008 and 2010. According to the judge, Carmen Marín wrote cheques for more than 23,000 euros from the animal protection

18:59

LifeStyle

A taste of the south at Madrid Fusión

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

...squid ink; grilled, shredded calamari; tomato marinade and seaweed salad, all tucked inside a typical burger bun. The juicy texture and balanced flavours won over the judges which included Elena Arzak (from the triple Michelin-starred restaurant Arzak)

18:29

Local

'Piercing' the Porcupine sees again

Ignacio LIllo Malaga

...then comes across a serval, a wild cat from Africa, as both pretend to hunt the other, before Piercing manages to escape back to his den. "Even with very limited vision, due to his training Piercing was able to judge distance and could roughly guess

14:27

National

British government loses Brexit appeal at the Supreme Court

Debbie Bartlett malaga

In a landmark decision on Tuesday, the Supreme Court in the UK ruled that the British government cannot trigger Article 50 to officially notify the European Union of Brexit without the approval of Parliament. The judges decided by a majority of ... it did not need to consult Parliament and that MPs had already given their authorisation when they supported the EU referendum being held last year. However, the Supreme Court judges also decided unanimously that the government does not have to

12:27

Local

Nine arrests made following wave of car thefts in San Pedro

Mónica Pérez marbella

...after thefts increased last November and December and some arrests were made. However judges released those arrested last year within hours of them being taken into custody and the thefts continued into this year. Local councillor for San Pedro,

17:09

Opinion

One piece of paper, three lives

IGNACIO LILLO

...request for the Penal Code to be modified, to allow harsher sentences in cases of extreme severity such as this one. This reform would, according to the judge "allow a more proportionate punitive response to be given to this type of case". One wonders

10:31

Local

Torremolinos shelter boss convicted of animal cruelty gets almost four years in jail

ALBERTO GÓMEZ TORREMOLINOS

...law for animal cruelty. The remainder of Marín's sentence, a further two years and nine months, was handed down for falsifying documents. During sentencing, the judge took the landmark step to recommend a change to the criminal code to raise the ... cats "in authentic extermination sessions" when euthanasia products were administered in insufficient doses, causing a "slow and painful death" for the animals, despite running a 'zero sacrifice' policy for several years. The judge also ruled that the

10:12

Gibraltar

Chief minister speaks out about legal case accusing him of torture

Debbie Bartlett

...subjected to torture and crimes against moral integrity by the police and legal officers on the instructions of Picardo. Judge Ismael Moreno will now try to ascertain the veracity of the allegations and will carry out his own investigations before deciding

10:12

Opinion

Life-saving victims

ignacio lillo

...publicly, on a Canal Sur television programme, of he physical and sexual abuse that she had been suffering for years. That act of savagery jolted the authorities, security forces and judges into real awareness of violence against women. Thousands of cases

10:11

LifeStyle

A return to find poverty... and vitality

Mark Nayler reading into spain

One couldn’t wish for a better travel companion than Gerald Brenan. His honesty, curiosity, humour and deep knowledge of Spanish history are all on display in The Face of Spain, written after he and his wife, the American poet Gamel Woolsey, revisite