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13:17

Local

Costa tourism bosses angry that Canaries may get better treatment

Pilar Martínez

There was outrage from Costa del Sol tourist-industry leaders on Thursday over a reported political deal on the Canary Islands to extend furloughing rights there. The national government had to fight for support from other parties to renew its ... "inadmissible discrimination. He added, "...we are not going to tolerate that, in exchange for the votes of a nationalist party, the workers in one region benefit and not all Spain." Some local tourism bosses congratulated the CC on its political agility but

14:54

Opinion

Frying pan or fire?

Ángel Escalera

...the lockdown has had a result and they have managed to control the spread of infection, the SARS-CoV-2 is still here. It's lurking, waiting for us to drop our guard so it can attack again. That is something all political parties should be clear ... about. The population will not forgive them if, for party political reasons, they do not come together and make fighting the virus a common cause. It is true that the government has made many errors, especially the lack of foresight in providing health

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

16:34

LifeStyle

3 April 1998: First stone laid to build Martín Carpena arena

Jennie Rhodes

On 3 April 1998 the first stone was laid for what would become Malaga's Palacio de Deportes José María Martín Carpena, or the Martín Carpena arena as it is known in English. After several months of controversy and political differences, the four

15:29

Opinion

Hear my voice

Peter Edgerton

...bonus. One of the most astonishing aspects of how these platforms are used is by people who've had the same political views since Dan came down the river, and rejoice in making public their unbidden opinion. It works like this. Some sound engineer ... twice or three times a day; in fact, every time you tune in hoping to watch penguins falling base over apex, the first thing you see is Gary's opinions. The big question is this: what do people who put their political views on social media think is ... they gaze upon the political wit and acumen of a sound engineer from Nuneaton? What actually happens is that ninety per cent of those whose eyes fall upon this stuff think 'Oh, ok, there goes Gary again, tiresome as he is predictable. Any penguins round

16:10

National

PM Pedro Sánchez talks of the 'new normal' in speech to MPs

SUR

The government won the support of MPs on Wednesday to officially extend the state of alarm. In another virtual session, with most MPs watching at home, the extra government powers first authorised from 15 March will continue until at least 9 May, as

10:56

National

National political leaders meet to discuss response

SUR

The acting prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, held a meeting with leaders of rival political parties at his La Moncloa residence on Wednesday night to discuss the Catalan violence and find consensus on a common response from Madrid. With an eye on ... political leaders in the Catalan regional government." Meanwhile, there was evidence of internal disagreement on how to react to the violence within the ruling separatist coalition in Catalonia. Although regional president, Quim Torra, did eventually make

14:48

LifeStyle

Sharing political ideas for integration

Jennie Rhodes

...among foreign and Spanish residents alike and he recognised that Ria could "bring a lot to the council with her previous political experience and she is practical." Despite the socialist PSOE party being ideologically unaligned to Fianna Fáil, Ria

13:33

Opinion

Revenge, a political weapon

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...sums given to political parties for their expenses, which benefits Cuín and González. The former will get a salary of 52,000 euros a year, plus 1,100 euros for her party. And the latter gets 46,500 euros. In other words, the new Torremolinos council ... has been formed with an explosive cocktail: revenge and money. So where does that leave political ethics?

15:22

National

The Costa del Sol plays its part in the national political scene

neil nesketh

On Sunday, people registered to vote in national elections in Malaga province will choose by proportional representation 11 MPs (diputados) of the 350 in the Congreso de los Diputados, as well as four upper-house senators. National figures feature

21:04

Opinion

Incorrect

Héctor Barbotta

Some say, and quite rightly so, that the false debate over political correctness and incorrectness is an argument between two sides that refuse to think for themselves. In the case of political correctness, everything appears to have been ... of climate change exists. These opinions that aim to be transgressive in their political incorrectness have proliferated as if they were an expression of independent thought, when really they are only doing what they themselves criticise. It is ... political correctness but the other way round. The same intellectual laziness, but taking the side of the most powerful in each game. With this false patina of transgression and rebellion, opinions that have been hidden away for some time have come out of

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

19:13

Opinion

Teenage Man Club

Peter Edgerton

Is it my overly fertile imagination or are we presently being ruled by a bunch of overgrown schoolchildren? This week's risible political antics in the United States are only the latest in a litany of petulant displays by people who, one would have ... political statements ever uttered, unless he was referring to an argument in the Labour headquarters canteen about who could prove themselves to be their most unelectable leader. Here in Spain, things aren't any better. Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez who,

16:05

Opinion

Could Sunday's result have indicated a political change in our local town halls?

JAVIER RECIO

...triumphs election after election. It's true that in the local elections the candidates' reputation often goes before their political colours, but it's also true that on one hand, the PSOE is on a roll, and on the other, Ciudadanos could come out as the ... great beneficiary if the three right-wing parties decide to join forces to keep out the Socialists. If this were the case, the political map of the Costa del Sol cold look decidedly orange after 26 May.

14:47

Local

Traditional Christmas foodie event plagued by political controversy

Eugenio Cabezas

Torrox's annual Día de las Migas, which is held on the last Sunday before Christmas every year, has been plagued with political controversy ahead of this year's event. The town's cleaning company has threatened to strike over salary and working ... on the image resemble the mayor of Torrox, Óscar Medina and president of Malaga's Diputación, Elias Bendodo, both of the PP political party. The opposition argues that it has been used as a political message ahead ofthe regional Junta de Andalucía

15:51

Opinion

Business as usual

Mark Nayler

Political uncertainty continues to reign supreme in Spain, but the economic effects have so far been minimal to non-existent. In fact, so unconcerned is the Bank of Spain about the current - and very familiar - governmental vacuum that it's raised ... take care of itself, as there is no end in sight to the current political deadlock: the first investiture vote for Pedro Sánchez as the next prime minister is unlikely to take place before mid-July. To win that vote, the acting premier needs an absolute ... forecast too seriously. Admitting that it's far from a definitive statistic, Arce said earlier this month that "we don't have a crystal ball". You don't need a crystal ball or telepathic powers, though, to predict that political confusion is likely to

15:26

Sport

The greatest show on Earth?

Rob Palmer

...nothing else in football. It's a carnival, an outpouring of emotion and this year it was a political rally. The colour, passion and verve are quite spectacular. Sadly, the football on the pitch didn't match the sensational surroundings.

12:24

Local

Guardia Civil celebrate 175 years of service

F. TORRES.

Guardia Civil officers based in Malaga polished their boots and their three-sided hats on Tuesday for the celebrations to mark the 175th anniversary of the armed force. As well as highlighting the values of the force, special mention was given to t

19:45

Opinion

Merchants of Brexit

Héctor Barbotta

...schools that follow the British curriculum, to the possibility of these schools to continuing to recruit teachers in the UK. It’s worrying that in the middle of all these negotiations, no political leader has found the time to send them at least a word

12:09

Gibraltar

Friends of Gibraltar visit the Mayor's Parlour

D.BARTLETT

...refurbishment in 2000, something which was made possible thanks to the fund-raising efforts of the Friends of Gibraltar. The non-political and non profit-making charity is dedicated to preserving Gibraltar's heritage.

10:11

Gibraltar

Brexit agreement signed, but the political wrangling continues in Spain and UK

Debbie Bartlett

The EU Council signed the Withdrawal Agreement and approved the Political Declaration on Sunday despite earlier threats by Spanish prime minister Pedro Sánchez that he would not even attend the meeting unless his concerns about the Gibraltar aspect ... to the territorial scope of the Withdrawal Agreement, he stressed that: "the Government of the United Kingdom further restates that it will negotiate the future agreements implementing the Joint Political Declaration on behalf of all territories for

17:01

National

Trial winds up and judges retire to make their decision on Catalan ‘rebels‘

m. balín / m. sáiz-pardo

The most important trial in modern Spanish history wrapped up on Wednesday. Supreme Court judges have now retired to consider their verdict on 12 political and social leaders in Catalonia charged with various offences, including rebellion. The seven ... unfair for this court to have to resolve a political problem. But you [the judges] have the responsibility not to make the problem worse. Iwouldn’t like to be in your shoes. If only your sentence could help resolve what the political class hasn’t been

11:38

National

Charity report says 8.5 million in Spain suffer from social exclusion

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

A report for a leading charity has said that six million people in Spain are living in poverty, despite having a home and job. The 8th Foessa Report on Social Exclusion and Development also says that these six million are part of the 15 million peopl

12:58

Gibraltar

Gibraltar goes to the polls for the EU elections

Debbie Bartlett

...turnout was slightly higher than usual during much of the day, with 5,649 people having voted by 5pm. That was 23.9 per cent of the electorate, compared with 20 per cent at the same time in 2014. In the days beforehand, all political parties urged people

14:27

Opinion

Spelling it out

Mark Nayler

With an early general election due in two months' time, Spain's major political parties are reminding voters of what they stand for. Under the leadership of Pablo Casado, the Popular Party (PP) is being especially vocal. Driven by a fear of losing

16:46

Opinion

Masking for a friend

Peter Edgerton

...has passed and the analysis and graphs and political point-scoring has taken place, it's unclear what the conclusions will be. We can, however, be sure of one thing - the figures relating to the rate of Covid-19 contracted through the human elbow will

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

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

17:34

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

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