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14:49

National

Masters investigation mostly shelved

SUR.

The investigation into supposed fraudulent masters degrees given to politicians, mainly from the PP party, has been shelved. The scandal had been at the top of the political agenda for weeks but the decision comes after the Supreme Court said it

17:36

Opinion

It's not new, it's old

Héctor Barbotta

...all, traditional media. Until now, the media was the main target of political parties, but that has changed. Not because through the media you don't reach the general public, but because traditional media comes with a filter called journalism. And ... journalism can be a problem if an entire political agenda is based on myths, half-truths and total lies. If the pillars of an electoral programme are based on ideas such as violence against women is not a problem in Spain, that immigrants have advantages ... are reasons to prohibit political parties that don't renounce Marxism. They ought to explain why to exercise a right to political participation you should have to explicitly reject the contributions Marx made to the history of thought and not those of

15:18

National

Electoral breakthrough for far-right Vox

SUR

The founder of Vox, Santiago Abascal, said this week that his party was "growing thanks to the insults" of other political parties. That in part explains the stunning increase in support for his party, qualified by some as far-right and by others as ... Vox's more radical ideas have been filtered out of its manifesto since it was founded in early 2014. Other than a few councillors, until last Sunday, it has never had serious political representation. While left-wing parties and many members of the

14:14

Opinion

Nobody wins

Mark Nayler

After the failure of Pedro Sánchez's proposed 2019 budget this week, Spain is heading for an early general election. It will be the third such vote in five years, a period that has been marked by political uncertainty and the increasingly toxic

17:34

Local

A very international election

SUr in English

...their local election lists, foreign names stood out across all of the political parties, from the left-wing Izquierda Unida, to the far-right Vox, and in around 30 of the province's municipalities. Thanks to a bilateral agreement signed by the UK and ... didn't have any kind of representation or voice within their town halls. Some have previous political experience, while this is the first time for others, and dealing with Brexit locally is inevitably an issue for many. We spoke to a number of hopefuls

14:28

National

Catalonia celebrates its Diada and thousands march for independence

SUR

Catalonia marked its annual regional holiday, the Diada, on Tuesday. The day is normally marked with lots of cultural symbolism but this year the centrepiece event was a huge rally through the centre of Barcelona in favour of independence. Separati

14:51

National

Frustration felt by Brits in Spain as Brexit date remains unclear

Jennie Rhodes

It's been yet another week of uncertainty and more important votes. Thursday evening's vote to ask the EU to extend Article 50 to delay Brexit still lives residents unclear as to when, how and if the UK will leave the EU. The extension vote follow

12:49

Opinion

Double standards

Mark Nayler

...associations and, yes - political parties. Indeed it is! As one of several demands it made of the Popular Party in exchange for backing in the Andalusian parliament last December, Vox requested cuts for subsidies to such groups, in some cases by as much as ... their proposals to slash funding for political parties didn't become legislation! Regarding the Catalan problem and Vox's vehement opposition to secessionists, Spain's Foreign Minister Josep Borrell had some interesting things to say this week. In

16:27

Opinion

Opposing forces

Mark Nayler

This week's congressional get-together drew attention, once again, to the chasm that separates Spain's main political parties. Socialist leader Pedro Sánchez repeated his call for unity to help the country recover from Covid-19, holding up recent EU ... his fist at the prime minister when he said, "Don't you even think about locking us up again, because we won't put up with it." A point well made, Sir! Just as Spain wouldn't benefit from a monochrome, cross-party force dominating the political

11:53

National

GDP up almost 0.9% in fourth quarter of 2017

SUR.

The Spanish economy has continued to grow in the fourth quarter of this year, despite political uncertainty in Catalonia. GDP will grow 0.88% from October to December, slightly up on the last quarter. The data was supplied by AIReF, an

15:02

National

Sànchez can't leave jail to lead Catalans

SUR

...to debate Sànchez's candidacy in an effort to end the current political stalemate. Meanwhile Carles Puigdemont, the original candidate, continues in Germany, waiting to see if he will be extradited to face an embezzlement charge after a German court

14:57

LifeStyle

10 July 1936: The launch of the Andalusian anthem

Tony Bryant

Autonomy Statute, and Infante was proclaimed president of the new Assembly. As both a regional autonomist and a libertarian socialist, Infante was a target for the Franco regime and he was among numerous political figures executed at the outset of the ... Civil War. Castillo, a staunch freemason, shared Infantes' political tendencies. He was dismissed from his position as conductor of the municipal band at the end of the war and later imprisoned in Burgos. He was released in 1942, and lived out his

11:51

National

Podemos's leaders ask members to vote on their future after luxury-home news

SUR

The leader and number two of anti-system Podemos have asked members to vote on whether they should stay at the helm of the political party. Pablo Iglesias and Irene Montero, who are a couple, want party activists to have the final say on whether ... represent. In a bid to overcome the complaints, they have put their political futures on the line with the vote which began online on Tuesday and finishes on Sunday. They have said they will also go if the turnout is low.

15:47

LifeStyle

Acclaim for British residents' contribution to Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos town hall held a special Independence Day plenary session this week in order to vote on a proposal to honour the town's British community. With the approval of all political parties, it was decided that the Medalla de Torremolinos