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11:33

National

Minimum income approved with no MPs voting against

MARÍA EUGENIA ALONSO

The government secured the almost unanimous backing in Congreso on Wednesday for its flagship welfare policy reform. All the opposition voted in favour of the new minimum living income, except hard-right Vox, whose MPs abstained. The new 'ingr

18:42

Gibraltar

Jack's Law to apply to all parents whose child dies

Debbie Bartlett

The two-week bereavement leave for parents who lose a child is to be extended. The regulation originally applied to parents of children aged under 18, or those who suffered a stillbirth from 24 weeks of pregnancy, but the government recognises that

19:25

Opinion

Front line politics

Mark Nayler

Pedro Sánchez's fledgling coalition made a step in the right direction last week, managing to secure parliamentary approval for key fiscal plans. In a vote on 27 February, 168 members of congress voted for and 150 voted against the measures, which pr

22:09

Opinion

A united front

Mark Nayler

...them the perennially combative PP and Vox, to engage in "another way of doing politics". The adversarial, finger-pointing tactics employed by those two parties on Wednesday will only cause unnecessary delays in managing the after-effects of Covid-19,

12:10

Opinion

Identity politics

PETER EDGERTON

Notaries' offices are unfailingly dour and austere places to be. Nonetheless, the notaries themselves often try to lighten the mood by saying not very funny things, while grinning like Tommy Cooper. You'd be grinning too, if you were charging five ga

15:34

LifeStyle

The tales of two Madrid correspondents

Mark Nayler

...extraordinary frankness, he tells Minder that he "doesn't have a vocation for political leadership at this level". One can't help wondering if Puigdemont, who led a peaceful life as a journalist before entering the furnace of Catalan politics, wishes he'd

19:04

Opinion

Too close to call?

Mark Nayler

...a very close relationship between law and politics when it comes to Catalan separatists - and not necessarily one that will benefit the ERC's imprisoned leader.

20:58

Opinion

Back and forward

Mark Nayler

In this, the last column of 2019, I thought it would be appropriate to look back at the last twelve months as well as looking forward to 2020. What have we learned about Spanish politics this year and what should we expect to happen (or not to ... happen) in the one that's just around the corner? First off, 2019 has shown that Spain isn't immune to the far-right ideology that's seeped into the politics of Italy and Germany, where Lega Nord and AfG, respectively, have made recent and substantial ... support. Vox is now the third most powerful force in Spanish politics and cannot be ignored. Secondly, another general election early next year - which would be the fifth in just over four years - is distinctly possible. Just as in 2015 and 2016, the two

12:43

National

Politics tarnishes Madrid Pride as Cs are booed off the parade route

ANDER AZPIROZ

The Pride march in Madrid last Sunday was one of the biggest ever, marking the fiftieth anniversary of New York's Stonewall riots. However, in among the good-natured revelry, a political fight broke out after the delegation marching from Ciudadanos (

17:56

LifeStyle

1 November 1910: The anarchist CNT union is founded

FRANK GAVURIN

On 1 November 1910, restive workers in the city of Barcelona formed the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo, an organisation that would leave a significant mark on Spanish politics in the following decades. Traditionally, employers in Barcelona