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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."

16:35

National

PM says taxes will rise for big firms and rich

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Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, said in a television interview on Thursday that he is planning to increase taxes for larger companies and higher earners. He explained that public services needed strengthening. "We are seven [percentage] points behi

13:01

National

Michelin-starred chefs protest outside Congreso about Covid-19 money worries

ANTONIO PANIAGUA

Chefs from Madrid's Michelin-starred restaurants staged a protest outside the Congreso building in the capital this week. Many top names on the city's gastro scene wanted to draw attention to the precarious position they find themselves in. They ... Juanjo López, owner and chef at Madrid's La Tasquita de Enfrente restaurant as he read out an explanation of the protesters' demands.

12:44

National

Covid-19 deniers take to streets of Madrid

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With shouts of "don't be scared", "we want to see the virus" and "we aren't criminals, we want to breathe", hundreds of protesters gathered in the centre of Madrid on Sunday. They were protesting against anti-Covid measures and almost all were not

19:54

Local

"I used a private company and in two days the squatters had gone"

IGNACIO LILLO

Madrid, came to Mijas Costa to see what was going on. She spoke to the family, explaining that the apartment was hers and that they had to leave. They said they would - if she gave them 5,000 euros. "I was furious. You feel totally helpless," she says ... that's how it was when they moved in." Another owner, Pedro, had a lucky escape. Advised by a neighbour that someone had tried to break in, he drove down to Malaga from Madrid and found the lock had been forced but nobody had entered. He installed a

20:56

LifeStyle

What is meant by 'selfish' face masks and why are we being told not to wear them?

RAQUEL MERINO

The most recent restrictions applied in Spanish regions to fight against coronavirus include, among others, a ban on smoking if two metres social distance cannot be maintained, and the closure of nightclubs. However some areas, such as Madrid and ... Galicia, have also limited the use of masks which are considered "selfish" by the government's head of pandemic advice, Fernando Simón. These are none other than the versions of the FFP2 and FFP3 masks with a valve. In the case of Madrid, a judge has

12:15

National

Businesses rally with crisis cash, supplies and logistical support

SUR

Many companies, from international names to local firms, are making significant donations to help during the coronavirus crisis. Banking giant BBVA has said it will donate 25 million euros in the countries where it has operations. This week it plan

14:48

National

Spain's whole Cabinet checked for Covid-19 as minister tests positive

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...second in command, had the virus and apologised for not cancelling the party conference attended by 9,000 people at the weekend in Madrid. The party has said that out of "responsibility" it has sent its 52 MPs to work from home. On Wednesday, another

13:01

National

King and Queen test negative for coronavirus

SUR

King Felipe and Queen Letizia have both tested negative for Covid-19 after undergoing the test as a precautionary measure on Thursday. Nevertheless the Queen has cancelled her immediate agenda after attending a Woman's Day event last week with Min

10:51

National

Family of Franco launch appeal to European Court of Human Rights over body removal

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...on Wednesday to the European Court of Human Rights. The family believes that ministers ignored their wishes by moving the dictator's coffin from its ceremonial resting place at Valle de los Caídos to a simpler site near Madrid. His relatives had ... wanted the coffin to go in Madrid's cathedral but were ignored. They claim that the decision to designate a resting place against their wishes has no precedent in Spanish law.

19:13

National

Spanish agricultural workers to continue protests over prices

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Agricultural workers are continuing their protests over the precarious financial conditions which they say their businesses are in. Last week the government issued a decree that sought to address some of their demands. But unions have said it has

14:41

National

Construction firms call for all autovías to have tolls on them

CRISTINA VALLEJO madrid

Construction firms have said that Spain will have to spend 103 billion euros on its infrastructure in the coming years to meet UN climate-change objectives. This is equivalent to 8.3 per cent of the country's GDP and would mean an increase of 40 per

14:09

National

Government accused of aiding Venezuelan vice-president's entry into Spain

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A judge has ordered CCTV tapes from Madrid Airport not to be destroyed. The move comes amid accusations that Transport minister, José Luis Ábalos, met Venezuelan vice-president Delcy Rodríguez and helped him onto Spanish soil while he waited for ... an ongoing flight. Venezuelan leaders are banned from entering EU territory and Madrid initially said that Rodríguez hadn’t crossed the border, which is disputed.

16:35

National

US unhappy over treatment of victims of sexual attacks in Spain

SUR

There was upset this week after the US issued a warning to Americans that it is increasingly risky for single women to travel alone in Spain. It says that its embassy in Madrid has received a surge in cases of sexual assaults on its citizens. A

17:49

Sport

An expensive spectator

Rob Palmer

Gareth Bale used to be a footballer who divided defences, now he's a man who divides opinion. In the opinion of Real Madrid, their manager and supporters, he's a waste of space who is drawing £600,000 euros per week for doing very little. He needs

14:08

National

PSOE still negotiating power as holidays near

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The negotiations between the PSOE party, winners of last month's general election, and ERC, separatist Catalan republicans, continued this week. It is hoped ERC will abstain in an investiture vote in parliament to allow PSOE leader, Pedro Sánchez, to

20:35

National

Fifty-eight migrants drown on way to Canaries

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Fifty-eight migrants were known to have drowned, and 40 more were missing on Thursday, after the boat they were in overturned on a reef off Mauritania. The vessel was en route to the Canaries. 83 were rescued, with only those who knew how to swim

20:29

National

2019 to round off the hottest decade in history

ÁLVARO SOTO.

2019 will be the second or third hottest year since records began, capping off the hottest decade on record, according to the World Meteorological Organisation. Petteri Taalas, the organisation's general secretary, explained that "Heatwaves and flo

20:28

National

Spain at growing risk of extreme weather

ÁLVARO SOTO.

Spain is now the 38th most vulnerable country to climate change, according NGO Germanwatch. Speaking at the COP25 on Wednesday, Germanwatch researcher Laura Schafer said "Extreme heatwaves are between 10 and 100 times more likely in Europe than a cen

20:25

National

Greta Thunberg en route to Madrid summit

IKER CORTÉS.

Greta Thunberg, the young Swedish climate activist, reached Lisbon on Tuesday on her way to the Madrid COP25 Climate Conference. She arrived after a 21-day catamaran journey across the Atlantic. Thunberg was scheduled to attend a climate march ... in Madrid on Friday 6 December at 6pm held by the Cumbre Social del Clima, the self-styled grassroots alternative to the COP25.

20:19

National

Strike action forces Renfe to cancel trains

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National rail operator, Renfe, had to cancel 155 trains on its long and medium distance network on Thursday in a partial stoppage called for by trade unions. The government stipulated minimum service levels. The disruption came at the start of the

15:19

National

Telefónica restructure is welcomed by market

E. MARTÍNEZ

Telefónica shares surged on Thursday after it announced it was reorganising its business to stem off a decline in its value. Directors of the Spanish telco and communications giant said that in the future it would concentrate on its businesses in

12:30

National

Retirees from north and south protest in Madrid

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Two columns of pensioners, who had marched from Cadiz in the south and Bilbao in the north, arrived in Madrid this week in their good-natured protest against the levels of pension, calling for it to at least match the minimum wage. On Wednesday,

11:48

National

Parachutist collides with lamppost at parade

SUR

An expert military parachutist was comforted by the royal family at last Saturday's Hispanic Day parade in Madrid. Minutes earlier he had failed to land just in front of the stand of dignitaries after jumping with the unfurled Spanish flag, a

20:33

Sport

An unlikely resurgence

Rob Palmer

When Zinedine Zidane decided he'd get the band back together again and give them one final farewell tour, very few people thought it would end well. A year ago this week, Real Madrid were a dysfunctional mess as they lost 3-7 to capital rivals ... given the stage to perform several solos. The league was clinched with an amazing run of 10 successive wins, although Barcelona's dismissal of Ernesto Valverde when they were table-toppers in January did help. The odds are stacked against Real Madrid

14:34

National

Jailed former royal gets partial release

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A judge has decided that Iñaki Urdangarin, husband of Infanta Cristina who is sister of the current king, can leave prison twice a week to do voluntary work. The former Duke of Palma was sentenced to five years and 10 months in 2018 for his part i

14:37

National

Spain edges closer to a general election

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Spain is edging closer to a repeat general election in November. Time is running out before 23 September for the main party, the Socialist PSOE, to do a deal with left-wing Unidas Podemos (UP) on government to help Pedro Sánchez be sworn in as new

14:31

Sport

A sign of the times

Rob Palmer

...have pulled off quite a coup by getting Real Madrid to pay a fair percentage of the Welsh star's wages. Nobody loses out here. The English club will get a true talent in his peak years, without having to commit to going beyond that; the Spanish club rid ... qualification to entice Juventus to sign him. He'd only get the move to Italy if he was a non-EU player. It has been a cruel summer for the rich and famous. James Rodríguez became the forgotten man at Real Madrid, yet he's been heralded as a messiah by the ... Spanish giants for the Premier League. Another two who fell from grace and are seeking new opportunities. It's a sign of the times. Clubs are now concentrating their minds on who they can rid themselves of rather than who they can sign. Real Madrid

18:13

LifeStyle

26 June 1987: Jesús Gil y Gil takes over at Atlético Madrid

Debbie Bartlett

On 26 June 1987, Jesús Gil y Gil was elected president of Atlético de Madrid football club. In those days his name was not as famous - or notorious, would be a more accurate description - as when he was mayor of Marbella, but his was a character ... residential complex he had constructed collapsed, killing 56 people. It was discovered that the building had not complied with safety requirements. Gil only served 18 months in jail, because he was pardoned by General Franco. His reign at Atlético de Madrid ... and residents and the joy of others, Jesús Gil and his Grupo Independiente Liberal (GIL) won the local election in Marbella. And then the 'fun' began. For Gil and his family and friends, anyway. Atlético de Madrid also benefited. In what is known as