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11:44

Opinion

In with the new

Mark Nayler

Mariano Rajoy's days as prime minister of Spain are, or should be, numbered. That is the conclusion to be drawn from the latest Metroscopia poll for the Spanish daily El País, which revealed that 85% of Spaniards want the Galician old-timer to give ... Clearly, Rajoy - who has been at the helm of his vilified party for fourteen years and has stood for prime minister five times - is being punished for his handling of the Catalonia crisis, as well as for corruption within the PP. But the Metroscopia poll ... don't think the current prime minister can take the credit for that. Either that, or the rosy macroeconomic statistics have been drowned out by events in Catalonia and the stream of corruption scandals generated by PP politicians. Or, as is probably the

12:27

Local

Minister confirms government's commitment to extend local train service to Marbella

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

Spain's minister for Public Works, Íñigo de la Serna, came down to Marbella on Saturday, 27 January, to reveal the first phase of the central government's study concerning extending the province's existing Cercanías (C1) local railway line as far as ... exact estimate of the cost of the proposed lines depends on the results of the geotechnical surveys already under way, explained the minister. In either case the lines would have significant technical difficulties. “We have very complicated terrain, a ... Environment ministry for an impact assessment. Then the plans could start to be drawn up, explained the minister. De la Serna's visit to Marbella, where he walked through the old town with the Partido Popular (PP) mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, PP MP for Malaga,

18:37

Opinion

It's all politics

Mark Nayler the euro zone

The inevitable has finally occurred. On Monday, after months of machinations within the EU's most obscure institutions, Spain's economy minister Luis de Guindos was named as the next Vice President of the European Central Bank (ECB). The perpetually ... Constancio, thus taking one of the most important monetary roles in the European Union. You might well wonder how he got the job. The outgoing Spanish economy minister will take second place to Italian president Mariano Draghi on the six-member Executive ... favours in the selection process; certainly, in De Guindos' case, these were at least as important as his experience in “monetary or banking matters”. The Spanish economy minister gained Germany's vote on one condition: that Spain back the German

15:56

Local

High speed or local? Experts debate the rail needs of Marbella

Ignacio LILLO

...visit to Marbella the Public Works Minister, Íñigo de la Serna, admitted that the existing line was already overcrowded. He said that the improvements to allow the line to take a greater volume of traffic could take the form of building “partial ... duplications”, or in other words “passing points” where space permitted. The minister said that the future line between Fuengirola and Marbella would include stretches underground which would allow for trains to travel at higher speeds. The results of a more

12:58

National

New words to national anthem stir emotions

SUR

...politicians, including the prime minister, said how rousing they were. But lefter-leaning ones said they didn't see that adding words to the anthem, known as the Royal March, was a priority, as the debate over what lyrics would suit it was ignited yet again.

18:40

LifeStyle

23 February 1981: Antonio Tejero leads a coup d'état against Spain's government

BEN CLARKE what happened today?

...superiors of the plot, and soon all three were arrested. However, they were given the minimum sentences; Tejero served just seven months and did not lose his military rank. On 10 February, Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo was named candidate for prime minister. Just ... everybody!"). Both the army general, Manuel Gutiérrez Mellado, and Adolfo Suárez attempted to reason with Tejero, who only shouted patriotic slogans. The coup was condemned by members of the EEC, which Spain had applied to join, as well as UK Prime Minister

12:04

Gibraltar

Chief minister of Gibraltar to meet Susana Diaz, president of the Junta de Andalucía, for Brexit talks

Debbie Bartlett

The chief minister of Gibraltar, Fabian Picardo, will be holding a meeting with Susana Diaz, the president of the Junta de Andalucia, in Seville on 25 January. The meeting has been scheduled following the contribution from the Andalusian regional ... government, members of the Gibraltar government have also been holding talks with the local business community. This week, deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia also discussed Brexit with schoolchildren from Bayside and Westside Schools and the College of

10:39

Gibraltar

Historic and “positive” meeting with the Junta's president

Debbie Bartlett

Big smiles, and a new political friendship: that was the result of the first meeting ever to have been held between a chief minister of Gibraltar and a president of the Junta de Andalucía at the Palacio de San Telmo, the seat of the regional ... government in Seville, which took place yesterday morning. Ironically it was Brexit, the UK's decision to leave the European Union, and its potential impact on Gibraltar and the nearby area of Spain, which brought chief minister Fabian Picardo and Susana ... Díaz, the president of the Andalusian government, together for discussions. Also present at the meeting, which lasted almost an hour, were the deputy chief minister of Gibraltar, Dr Joseph Garcia, who holds the Brexit portfolio, and Attorney General

17:17

Opinion

Anyone's guess

Mark Nayler

...than in the statements of Spanish economy minister Luis de Guindos. Last week saw De Guindos fretting that the ongoing problems in the north-easterly region had already cost Spain one billion euros. Yet this Tuesday, the minister sent out a rather ... the Spanish economy minister will increase his growth estimate yet again.

12:48

Gibraltar

New law will give people more of a say about their future care

DEBBIE BARTLETT

Minister for Health, Care and Justice, Neil Costa, said: “Persons living, amongst other things, with mental disorders, who no longer have the mental capacity to express their wishes, should be able to receive such care and treatment as they need and want.