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14:47

Local

Tivoli World among worst debtors to Spanish tax office

F. JIMÉNEZ / L. PALACIOS

Deportiva Salamanca owed 13.44m in tax; Real Murcia, 10.77m and Xerez Club Deportivo, 10.38m. The former president of Real Madrid Lorenzo Sanz left the list of those owing one million or more this year after dying of coronavirus in March. The government

14:18

National

New law to get even tougher on remnants of Franco's regime

RAMÓN GORRIARÁN

The Cabinet approved on Tuesday plans for a new law to redress the remaining effects of the Franco dictatorship on Spanish life and replace existing 'Memoria Histórica' (Historical Memory) legislation, in force since 2007. The new 'Memoria Democrát

19:20

National

Supreme Court decides whether to ban defiant Catalan regional president from public office

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Supreme Court judges in Madrid were debating this week whether to uphold a Catalan court's verdict to ban Quim Torra, regional president, from public office for not having taken down a politically motivated sign during an election campaign. A ... days. Torra said that any disqualification from office would be "disproportionate and absurd" and his lawyer told them that an appeal would be made to EU judges. Speaking to journalists afterwards, Torra said, "I have come to Madrid to look into the ... eyes of a court that wants to unseat another Catalan president. I have come to Madrid to explain to them that they have no right nor reason and we are not scared of them."

13:31

National

Health minister tells MPs that the Covid situation is "fragile and worrying"

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. The national Health minister, Salvador Illa, appeared in Congreso on Thursday to defend the decision to declare a state of alarm in Madrid last Friday (9 October) in order to enforce restrictions on movement in the capital. After regional ... judges overturned previous rules to part-lockdown the city of Madrid and nine large towns around it, the national government had stepped in with a state of alarm decree last Friday to force the region to comply. Central government and regional government ... Illa told MPs that the situation was “fragile, worrying and very changeable”. He said that his call to Madrid for “unity” had been useless. Curbs in many areas MadridResidents in the capital and nine local towns were ordered by a state of

17:47

Opinion

In the spotlight

Mark Nayler

...as the capital is now at the heated centre of the country's Covid crisis, so it has often been Corruption HQ for one of the least scrupulous parties in Europe. Madrid's branch of the PP is currently under the spotlight, as regional premier Isabel ... master's degree from King Juan Carlos University (whose royal namesake is now also being investigated for fraud), then-Madrid premier Cristina Cifuentes was under intense pressure to resign. Cifuentes refused, but finally stepped down a few weeks later, ... inquiries came to nothing. Cifuentes' predecessor and fellow PP veteran Esperanza Aguirre (Madrid premier from 2003 to 2012) had also resigned as the party's Madrid chief in February 2016, days after its regional HQ was raided by police in connection with

20:51

National

Tougher lockdown in Madrid is illegal says regional court

SUR

The Madrid region was plunged into more uncertainty and chaos on Thursday this week in its fight against the high levels of Covid-19 in the area. A top regional court ruled that the tough new restrictions, that started last Friday night and were ... government to work with them to find legally acceptable rules. Ayuso explained that Madrid “can’t take any more”. The Madrid regional court overturned the tough national government measures on lockdown for towns over 100,000 people, applied, among other ... refusing to rule out a return to a state of alarm to control Madrid. Officials from the national government and the Madrid region were due to sit down on Thursday evening to argue out the next course of action. Isabel Díaz Ayuso in the meantime urged

13:41

National

Government declares state of alarm in Madrid and locks down city

MelchoR sáiz-Pardo

Spain's central government has put an end to insitutional confrontation and approved the declaration of a state of alarm for the region of Madrid from this Friday. This allows prime minister Pedro Sánchez's government to take control of Covid-19 ... measures and impose lockdown restrictions on the Spanish capital and surrounding towns. Tougher lockdown in Madrid is illegal says regional court The decision brings an end to 24 hours of legal limbo after the top regional court declared the

14:31

National

Madrid given until tonight to bring in tighter lockdown rules

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The regional government in Madrid was this week given 48 hours from Wednesday to put in place new tougher restrictions in the capital and surrounding area, imposed by central government. The move comes amid the increasing bitterness between ... new Covid-19 cases were being reported in Madrid with over 700 cases per 100,000. After last week's signs of closer alignment, central government came out against the regional government last Friday as the Madrid region extended a partial confinement ... to just a total of 37 local, health centre districts. National Health minister, Salvador Illa, did not hide his frustration that Madrid had not gone further and called a rival press conference. On Wednesday this week, central government convened

15:06

Sport

A road less travelled

Rob Palmer

Spain won the World Cup in 2010, six of the starting eleven were on the books of Barça. Two years later when they added the European Championship to their list of titles, seven of the team had passed through La Masia. Real Madrid were lagging but did ... play in the Premier League; there were none from Real Madrid, and Barcelona contributed only two players. Sergi Roberto and Sergio Busquets were the Catalan representatives, but neither are automatic choices in the current climate. It could be argued ... trends change? Once upon a time the Spain national team coach just needed to alternate between weekends in Madrid and Barcelona to scout his players. Now Luis Enrique truly needs to head off internationally to keep an eye on his top talent.