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17:58

Sport

David Cubillo: "The league has to be completed; even if it's in August"

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

Marbella's push for promotion has been postponed by the coronavirus outbreak, with players forced to train at home while being monitored remotely by the club's coaching staff. Leading these efforts is head coach David García Cubillo who has remaine

19:25

Opinion

Front line politics

Mark Nayler

...propose to substantially reduce Spain's budget deficit and public debt by 2023. Although better than nothing, these are likely to be the least controversial pieces of legislation that the PSOE-Podemos government will attempt to ratify: broadly speaking, ... excessive prison sentences last October. Such a proposal - discussion of which is necessary, at the very least - would not only face opposition from the Spanish right, but also from within the prime minister's own party. Emiliano García-Page, Socialist

16:39

Sport

Spanish football suspended indefinitely

ÓSCAR BELLOT

...non-professional football at state level" for at least two weeks as well. No restart date The statement does not establish a time frame for the resumption of professional football competitions in Spain, as this will depend on the evolution of the health crisis

13:44

National

Renfe wins six-billion-dollar deal for high-speed rail in Texas

SUR

The Spanish state-owned rail operator, Renfe, has won a contract worth six billion dollars, (5.56 billion euros), to help build and then run one of its AVE high-speed lines from Houston to Dallas in the American state of Texas. The deal was confirmed

12:42

National

MPs give approval for lockdown extension amid criticism of PM

SUR

The state of alarm was extended in Spain after a parliamentary vote on Wednesday night. It will now last until at least 11 April. The debate was held in a near-deserted chamber with MPs sending in their votes remotely. Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez

12:07

Sport

Luck favours Unicaja in Copa del Rey draw

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO / JUAN CALDERÓN

Friday 14 February, with the prize a semi-final clash against the winner of Iberostar Tenerife and Morabanc Andorra. Unicaja will thus avoid any of the tournament's favourites until at least the final. On the other side of the draw are clashes between

18:25

LifeStyle

The least-known side of Sorolla

Antonio Javier López

It is an exhibition which aims to show the least-known side of Joaquín Sorolla, an artist who is famous for his use of light, the colour white and the sea. 'Sorolla tierra adentro', which can be seen at the Centro Cultural Fundación Unicaja