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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

15:31

LifeStyle

23 March 2014: The death of Adolfo Suárez, former prime minister, aged 81

BEN CLARKE

Adolfo Suárez went down in history as the politician who managed, along with King Juan Carlos, to encourage Spain's diverse political factions - Francoists, conservatives, socialists, communists and nationalists - to come together and create a ... democratic Spain after the death of the dictator Franco in 1975. In 2014 he did the same thing: he brought together politicians and institutions, with all their differences and quarrels, in this case after his death. All the political groups represented ... political adversity they all praised. King Juan Carlos, accompanied by Queen Sofía and the Infanta Elena, visited the chapel of rest in the Spanish parliament where he sat in silence for ten minutes. Juan Carlos, who was to abdicate less than three months

12:16

Gibraltar

German MPs on fact-finding visit to Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Amid the arguments and confusion about Spain's veto over Gibraltar during the Brexit transition period in the agreements made by the UK and EU this week, a cross-party delegation of German MPs visited the Rock to find out more about the political

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

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

11:35

Local

Marbella Fútbol Club unveils plans for a new stadium for 18,000 spectators

Héctor Barbotta

political consensus about this initiative, because it is a project which goes beyond the merely sporting aspect and it ought to revitalise this area of the town, which includes the densely-populated Divina Pastora and Las Albarizas districts. At the ... have a new stadium, and that as it is close to Puerto Banús it will be a complex which the whole world will look at with admiration and an icon for Marbella. He requested that "the town hall and the political parties start the relevant procedures" to

14:10

Local

"On a day-to-day basis it's business as usual in Catalonia"

Rachel Haynes

...the organisation. What Byrne didn't realise when she took on the role was that she was soon going to have to deal with two major political situations with the potential to disturb the stability of the business market her BCC members work in: Brexit ... businesses.” So far the BCC has no data to show the immediate effects of the political situation in Catalonia on business in the region and investment from the UK. According to the chamber's barometer released recently, British investment had decreased ... there are no statistics to show whether British businesses planning to move to Catalonia have changed their plans. The same goes for whether businesses already based in Barcelona have lost clients due to the political turmoil. “I know that members have

14:12

National

Date fixed for talks over the future of Catalonia

sur

The first session of talks on the political future of Catalonia between Barcelona and Madrid looks set for 27 February. Catalan leader Quim Torra was upset this week when prime minister Pedro Sánchez announced another date without consultation,

22:24

Local

Bottling plant project near Antequera cancelled after pressure from local mayors

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ / ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...incompatible with the intended use of the water, but the project was reactivated when the government of the Junta de Andalucía changed. Political differences There are claims that the disputes over the project are politically motivated. The regional ... government's delegate in Malaga, Patricia Navarro, has described the mayors' opposition to the bottling plant as a "political operation", and has asked the company to reconsider because cancelling the project would be "very negative for the area". The president

14:48

Opinion

Inside job

Mark Nayler

...minister Nadia Calviño lost out last week to her Irish counterpart; the Spaniard had been promised the necessary ten votes but secured only nine, meaning someone changed their mind at the last minute. It's certainly a political blow for Spain, coming as

18:00

Opinion

Tourism and the left

Héctor Barbotta

When the classic political left built the cultural symbols it has carried with it to this day, hotel cleaners didn't form part of any of their archetypal collectives and the tourism industry didn't exist as such. The closest thing to what today is the ... economic sector that makes this province work was merely an eccentric pastime of a few romantic travellers with no financial hardships. When the emotional guidelines that seem to still steer the political left were created, it signed up to the theory that

20:48

Gibraltar

Gibraltar represented at COP25 in Madrid

Debbie Bartlett

Environment minister John Cortes attended the 25th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties in Madrid recently, not only to represent the Rock but as Political Lead of the UK Overseas Territories, representing their governments in the UK

15:53

Sport

The supply teacher

Rob Palmer

...to honour a two-year contract appears to be out of his control in more ways than one. Results are the major factor and club legend Xavi Hernández is waiting in the wings for the political situation to be settled. His message from Qatar was short but

12:59

National

Catalan election due this year as ruling separatist coalition splits

SUR

...between his Junts per Catalunya (JxCat) political group and left-wing republicans, ERC, had broken down and that the regional government was effectively over. Both these parts of the coalition support an independent Catalonia, despite different ... political ideas. Torra said that if they couldn't work together on the common project of a separate Catalan state, then the voters had to be asked to decide. He added that he wanted to see through the approval of the regional budgets (for this year) before ... favour of trying to negotiate a political solution to the Catalan question. JxCat, increasingly isolated politically, wants a more activist stance. Effects felt in Madrid Torra has recently been banned from being a regional MP in a dispute over