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19:02

Opinion

Rash promises

Mark Nayler

In a TV interview on Wednesday, acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez promised to have a new budget approved by next March. It's a sensitive issue for the Socialist leader, as Spain's last general election was triggered by his inability to secure ... predict, he increases the Socialists' share of seats in congress on November 10th, he'll still be short of a majority. Ciudadanos leader Albert Rivera has said that his party will abstain or vote for Sánchez at the next investiture vote, but he remains ... unwilling to consider a full coalition with the Socialists. And given that his talks with Unidos Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias are never straightforward, Sánchez will face the same problems in passing a budget as he did before April's election - namely,

17:47

Opinion

Saying sorry

REV ADRIAN LOW

...courts. Repeatedly lying, or at least failing to tell the whole story, should never be the stuff of prime ministers, presidents or any other leader. These things are wrong and everyone, but particularly the people who ask for our vote, should admit

17:44

Opinion

Government... when?

Mark Nayler

Socialist leader is justified in the three central claims he made on Monday - that his party, the PSOE, can offer stability when it comes to Brexit, the Spanish economy and the Catalonian independence movement. Even in its limited capacity as a minority ... which is almost the same thing as saying that that it's done well with no government at all: hampered by his party's lack of a majority, the PSOE leader has hardly been able to pass any new legislation since coming to power last June, the notable ... exception being a substantial hike in the minimum wage. Still, during Sánchez's stint as prime minister, the country's budget deficit fell under the EU limit of 3% of GDP for the first time in a decade. The Socialist leader, at the very least, seems like a

09:28

Local

Agreement reached over underground metro line for Malaga's new hospital

M. D. TORTOSA

...which the last Socialist-party-run regional government had been in favour of. Now with the mayor and Junta leader from the same conservative PP party, both sides see eye-to-eye. The metro and regional hospital should be started by 2022, they said this

14:38

Local

Marbella plays host to first underwater and space tourism summit

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Innovation at Space Florida; Ana Bru, the first Spanish woman who will go to space on the Virgin Galactic; and Scott Waters, leader of the Pisces VI Submarine project. The aim of the summit was to share knowledge and to open up business opportunites in what

12:44

LifeStyle

20 September 1920: The birth of a military elite

CHARLOTTE WAY

...in North Africa against Rif leader Abd el-Krim, yet proceeded to play a crucial role in the Spanish Civil War on the rebel side, and, more recently, has been involved in operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and Southern Lebanon. Francisco Franco served

10:45

Opinion

Set to repeat

Mark Nayler

...nowhere near enough to enable them to rule without the support of other parties. This means that Sánchez is likely to turn again to Pablo Iglesias, leader of the leftist group Unidas Podemos, in an attempt to secure support for a minority Socialist ... government. He'd be much better off opening talks with Ciudadanos leader Albert Rivera, with whom the Socialists would enjoy the almost inconceivable luxury of a parliamentary majority (providing Ciudadanos don't lose seats on November 10th). That seems

10:36

National

Spain prepares for a repeat general election as PSOE fails to gather enough support

SUR

There has been no agreement between the Socialist PSOE party and left-wing Unidas Podemos to help form a new government. PSOE leader and acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez faced a difficult PM questions session on Wednesday, when all parties ... be PM, knowing that he didn't have enough support among MPs. Sánchez attacked other parties for failing to support his MPs with a majority or abstaining. The leader of Unidas Podemos, Pablo Iglesias, was accused of being "dogmatic" after Iglesias ... held out for a share in a coalition government which Sánchez had rejected. Sánchez said that centrist Ciudadanos leader, Albert Rivera, had been "irresponsible" in not abstaining to let the PSOE govern. He also hit out at Pablo Casado, leader of the