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10:34

Local

The virus that spreads poverty

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...surprising is the number of people who are coming for food packs now, who have never been before. The crisis, following on from a major recession just over a decade later, has caught many families with no savings, unable to pay their bills. "Some people came ... weeks had never imagined themselves in this situation. José Antonio normally lives on what he earns between Easter and November, when the beach restaurant in which he works is open. Or, rather, used to work: "I have asked my parents for help, but there ... anybody, but you do feel a failure. You can't even feed your family," he says. And, choking up, "Please don't use my real name. Make one up instead". Manuel is also in the queue. He works in hotel administration and says he will never forget the first

14:11

Local

The same beaches, damaged by storms time after time

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...are not yet definite. Benalmádena The extension to the dyke that just never happened The Santa Ana, Malapesquera, Bil-Bil and Arroyo de la Miel beaches always suffer badly in storms and Lola had the same effect, with waves carving out

20:49

Opinion

First catch your tuna

ANDREW J. LINN

Marbella families, Lima and MacKintosh, but was destroyed in the Great Storm of 1958 and never reconstructed. Almadrabas are still used in Zahara, Conil, La Línea, Tarifa, and Sancti Petri, but, in the same way that there is perpetual conflict between

14:18

National

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

RAMÓN GORRIARÁN

"everyone find themselves", so that Spain would never again, "be deprived of its freedoms". In reply to the Socialist-led cabinet's plans, right-of-centre parties have reacted negatively. The conservative PP said it was "scary" and designed to distract

19:15

Opinion

Filling groovy

Peter Edgerton

...sanity in no uncertain terms. Back then, I didn't even know where Malaga was, digital cameras hadn't been invented and it had never occurred to me that taking a photo of one's own teeth might one day become an actual thing. Tomorrow, I'm going to see ... "Hello." "Hi - a Rolo's run off with one of my fillings." "Ok, we'll need a photo of the damage. Can you take one on your phone so we can assess the urgency." Uh-oh. I never use my phone for anything but, well, phoning people actually. Awkward.

14:48

Opinion

Inside job

Mark Nayler

The presidency of the Eurogroup - a body made up of EU members that use the single currency - has been given to a politician who most people have probably never heard of: Paschal Donohoe. Despite being the favourite for the position, Spain's Economy

14:58

Opinion

Better late than never

THE BIGGER PICTURE - JEREMY BLATCH

The Financial Conduct Authority ( FCA ), the UK regulator, is finally throwing a lifeline to investors over unfair costs being charged for different classes of shares in the same fund. Investment managers and intermediaries will no longer be able to