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16:41

Opinion

Don't get me wrong

Peter Edgerton

I've got a plan. What we need is a law that makes it compulsory for anyone expressing an opinion on anything either in real life or on the interweb, to include a remark that finds something positive in what they're criticising or something negative in ... every level. Mind you th..." Ok, that one's more difficult but, in general, this could be the perfect way to awaken our oxidised sense of empathy. Anyway, that's my opinion. I might be wrong, though.

16:40

Opinion

Despite the beaches

Héctor Barbotta

Marbella was the setting recently for the launch of the regional government's Safe Beaches Plan, in which it is investing 35 million euros. Never before have our beaches played such an important role at the start of a tourist season. Of course, it

16:39

Opinion

Ask me no questions

Mark Nayler

Where would Pedro Sánchez's minority government be without Royal Decrees? These allow Spain's administration to pass legislation without having to gain, at least initially, the support of other parties in Congress. One of the most recent of these Dec

14:56

Opinion

What's on a label?

ANDREW J. LINN

The media love it when they can break news about any sort of fraud, whether in the world of art, finance, or simply wine. The untiring interest may be due to the fact that there are often well-known personalities involved, and wine is, anyway, sort o

16:07

Opinion

In all but name

Mark Nayler

Socialist prime minister Pedro Sánchez wants everyone to love his government, to see it as a modern, huggy coalition as unlike the austere, corrupt old Conservatives as possible. This is why he's trying so hard to avoid using the word "austerity", a

16:06

Opinion

When a soft touch is anything but

JEREMY BLATCH

...by the author are a reflection of his opinion and do not constitute an offer to buy and hold securities, nor does he receive any remuneration of any kind from names referred to.

16:04

Opinion

Dead grateful

Peter Edgerton

Back in the dim and distant days when children used to actually play together, there was a lad at our school who would bring a ball in every day to be booted about the yard at dinner time. Games were improvised and unwieldy, involving up to twenty pl

16:00

Opinion

Disconnected villages

IGNACIO LILLO

Moving inland is an option that no longer sounds so ridiculous, especially after all we've been through recently. I know entrepreneurs, middle-aged workers and families with children who would move to a small village with their eyes closed; tired o

15:59

Opinion

Restaurants as law enforcers

ANDREW J. LINN

If this were not a column dedicated to the pleasures of the table, it might be possible to ignore the Covid-19 debate and write about cheerier matters. But there is not a country in which the restaurant business has come through intact (except perhap

15:04

Opinion

Anyone for tapas?

ANDREW J. LINN

Tapas as we know them today have only been around for about 50 years... and the way of serving and charging for them varies considerably. The traditional version of how they got their name springs from the probable myth that King Ferdinand was inv