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12:56

National

Spain brings in nationwide curfew from 11pm to 6am as new state of alarm is declared

SUR

...spread of coronavirus. The move was demanded by several regional leaders seeking a legal framework to prevent their measures, especially those restricting citizens' movement, from being challenged in the courts. The text of the declaration of the new ... Sánchez's speech on Friday sparked a stream of requests from regional leaders who, given the change in the pandemic for the worse, want to be able to bring in harsher restrictions on movement or curfews without legal problems. By Saturday morning the ... invited regional leaders to call for the measure if they thought it necessary, but until this weekend none had. Regional authorities stressed the importance of legal backing for their decisions on restrictions, especially after recent cases in which

21:03

National

Spanish government to declare a state of alarm this Sunday

Álvaro Soto

The Spanish government is to declare a new state of alarm this Sunday. Prime minister Pedro Sánchez has called ministers to an emergency cabinet meeting to approve the move after the leaders of ten regions called for a legal framework that would ... allow them to bring in harsher restrictions on movement in the light of the increase in cases of Covid-19. Sánchez's speech on Friday sparked a stream of requests from regional leaders who, given the change in the pandemic for the worse, want to be ... city of Melilla has all asked the prime minister to declare a state of alarm. Several months ago, Sánchez had invited regional leaders to call for the measure if they thought it necessary, but until this weekend none had. Regional autorities stressed

22:15

Opinion

Lead 'em and weep

Peter Edgerton

...outcome, we must remember that we're only able to offer such glib perspectives because our system works that way. We need our leaders, not to lead necessarily - although that would be nice - but rather just to look the part so that we don't have to.

22:03

Sport

Malaga move into the play-off places with important away win

Daryl Finch

...just three points off early leaders Espanyol. However, that could soon change with three matches in the space of a week coming up. Malaga will face Sporting Gijón at La Rosaleda on Thursday night (kick-off 9.30pm), before Mirandés visit on Sunday

17:49

Opinion

Back to the photos

Rachel Haynes

...health, the freedom of movement and the livelihoods of the general public that it becomes difficult to tolerate. Experts do not always agree, of course, but to see our leaders making decisions apparently based on the advice that best suits their

14:53

Opinion

Come on, trace me

ANA BARREALES

...people rarely talk about that because political leaders can't blame each other for it at heated meetings.

14:50

Opinion

Spend it wisely

Mark Nayler

In a speech to business and union leaders on Wednesday, Pedro Sánchez belatedly rolled out a spending blueprint for the next three years, in part designed to reassure the EU that the €140 billion of recovery funds that it's sending to Spain will be

15:03

Opinion

No smile for this tourist

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

The world looks on in surprise as we become indisputable leaders in all things Covid. This bug has thrown out all the tourists and settled in Spain, where obviously everyone would like to live. Nine out of the ten regions in Europe with the

15:20

National

Unions and bosses disagree with ministers over furloughing plans

LUCÍA PALACIOS

Negotiations aimed at getting the ERTE furloughing scheme extended to the end of January 2021 from the end of September were stalled this week. Ministers met with union and company leaders in Palma de Mallorca earlier this month but there is ... to stay, which businesses don't. Ministers said on Thursday that the restriction could stay and were working on a revised draft to present to unions and business leaders, despite little sign of any complete agreement on its contents soon.

18:20

National

Plans taking shape for specific legislation to protect staff who now work from home in Spain

L. PALACIOS

Amid concerns another lockdown may come, government, unions and business leaders are close to agreeing measures to give extra protection to staff who now work from home (WFH). Unions have been pushing for a special law and a draft is being ... half a week. Business leaders in the negotiations had complained that the original government threshold of 20 per cent, or one day a week, pushed too many workers into the WFH bracket, as staff frequently are allowed a day out of the office as a

16:07

LifeStyle

4 September 1936: Leader of workers' union (UGT) designated PM

Tony Bryant

...one of the historic leaders of the socialist party, Caballero played an integral role in persuading the CNT (National Confederation of Labour) to join the government in November 1936. Two years previous, he was one of the instigators of the failed

15:22

Opinion

Silly season

Jennie Rhodes

...the corner, there are few signs to suggest it is drawing to an end. In the UK the first Prime Minister's Questions took place on Wednesday and in Spain, while prime minister Pedro Sánchez and other leaders have been on holiday, the council of

18:21

Opinion

Bad for business

Mark Nayler

...linked to Podemos leaders being aware of their investigations into the party's finances, and of the "serious harm" they could cause its reputation. This suggests that Calvente's and Carmena's sackings were preemptive strikes, made with the intention of

17:55

National

Extra payout planned for when jobless benefits have run out

EDURNE MARTÍNEZ

leaders so that 550,000 people who are expected to find themselves in this situation shortly will be able to benefit. The 430.27 euros, which could start being paid out from October onwards, will apply to those who haven't benefited from ERTE

19:50

Opinion

Tales from the old days

Rachel Haynes

...their source of income had dried up. The worried leaders summoned their wisest medical men for advice. They all scratched their heads and asked for several months to find an answer. Meanwhile don't let anyone go near anyone else, they told their ... leaders, and order all men, women and children to cover their faces. The girl looks up from her history book. Without checking the date, she assumes she's been reading about the 17th or 18th century, even earlier. She reminds herself how times change,

16:27

Opinion

Opposing forces

Mark Nayler

leaders are prone to abuses of power and panicked decision-making. But Vox's proposal of a no confidence vote in September, though, highlights where Sánchez's opponents are going wrong. The Spanish opposition seems to have nothing else in its armoury