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12:12

Opinion

A step too far

Mark Nayler

The pro-independence Catalan Republican Left (ERC) has become steadily more confident over the last two years, using its small but pivotal presence in parliament to pin Pedro Sánchez to the wall. This week, the ERC made its most audacious demands of

19:17

Opinion

An easy ride

Mark Nayler

Brussels tentatively approved Spain's proposed budget for 2021 on Wednesday, but Pedro Sánchez's toughest test is yet to come - namely, pushing it through a lower house of MPs in which his Socialist party and their leftist partner Podemos lack a majo

13:33

Local

Rain and Covid dampen anti-violence march in Malaga

ana pérez-bryan

This year's march to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women in Malaga was a quieter affair than usual as Covid-19 restrictions meant that many could not travel to the city and the rain left the streets even emptier than

16:01

Opinion

Breaking fake news

Mark Nayler

The bizarre "anti-disinformation" initiative unveiled by the Spanish government this week is ostensibly intended to protect the population from foreign interference in election campaigns. If that is indeed the actual justification of the "Procedure f

13:41

Opinion

No exceptions

Mark Nayler

It would appear that Spain's royal family has experienced hard times over recent years, with the emergence this week of yet another fraud investigation into emeritus king Juan Carlos. This one, which is now in the hands of a prosecutor at the Supreme

15:39

Opinion

Time's up

Mark Nayler

Pedro Sánchez's attempt to push a 2021 budget through parliament next month will be a severe test of his government's legitimacy and efficacy. Worryingly, though, the Socialist leader appears to think that the damage caused by his management of Covid

22:14

Opinion

Getting to the point

Mark Nayler

Predictably, the no-confidence motion brought by Vox against Spain's Socialist-led minority government this week degenerated into name-calling and finger-pointing, in which each side labelled the other as "totalitarian", amongst many other savage epi

17:47

Opinion

In the spotlight

Mark Nayler

Spain's Supreme Court this week maintained the High Court's 2018 decision in the so-called Gürtel case, showing no leniency towards the masterminds of one of the biggest corruption scandals in Spanish history. In upholding the fraud convictions again

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 u