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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

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

13:01

Opinion

Invader birds

IGNACIO LILLO

...they get as far as farmers’ crops as researchers predict. So while the spirit of the initiative is positive, the problem here is, as in many other matters, that politics is put before scientific criteria, or that urgent measures are ignored to pacify

13:09

Opinion

Either or

Mark Nayler

First of all, one has to think about what “stable” means in the wider context of modern Spanish politics. As Dombrovskis implied, a very basic test of any government’s functionality is whether it can formulate and pass a new budget every year (forget,

12:52

Opinion

Flip-flop

Mark Nayler

...abstention in the upcoming investiture sessions. It's a situation that highlights the complexity and fragmentation of Spanish politics, and a very unpleasant one for the acting prime minister. But compromise and dialogue, as Sánchez was so fond of saying

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 (

11:16

Local

Former Malaga mayor to step down from politics

SUR.

A former mayor of Malaga who is known for her outspoken character and who went on to be a high-profile minister and MP on the national-political stage is to step down. Celia Villalobos (69) has been an MP for Malaga province for 30 years and was c

13:39

Opinion

High-flying

Mark Nayler

Sánchez has been pushing for a Socialist to take control of the Commission, one of the bloc's most powerful bodies. Nevertheless, Borrell's ascension to High Representative would mark a return to frontline EU politics for Spain, whose only voice in top

18:37

Opinion

It's all politics

Mark Nayler the euro zone

...vote for Paris as the next base of the European Banking Authority. De Guindos - who worked for Lehman Brothers and BMN before moving into politics - also received Portugal's blessing, in return for Spain having backed Mario Centeno as president of ... Agency. It's all politics at the ECB. The Spanish minister clearly can't wait to leave his current role. In the spring, De Guindos will move from his office in Madrid to one in the ECB's glinting skyscraper in Frankfurt - the EU equivalent of a

12:02

Gibraltar

A look back at the Gibraltar news in 2018

Debbie Bartlett

2018 was dominated by Brexit, but other things did happen on the Rock, as this round-up shows. January Sir Joe and Susana DÍaz It was a happy start to the year in Gibraltar, with news that former chief minister Joe Bossano had been awarded

13:55

Local

Coín mayor announces retirement from politics

Fernando TORRES.

After 16 years in the public arena and two full terms at the helm of the council, Coín's mayor Fernando Fernández has announced that he will not run in the 2019 elections. The Partido Popular has appointed Francisco Santos, current councillor for t

11:41

Opinion

Say hello, wave goodbye

Peter Edgerton

Crumbs, it's all been happening in Spanish politics this week. I'm sure that it won't have escaped your attention that Mariano Rajoy has been ousted from his position as prime minister of the country after the list of corruption cases associated

14:40

National

Former conservative PM in Malaga to talk politics with SUR

A. M. ROMERO

...leader and Aznar, who is on the right of the party, stressed his view that the centre-right of Spanish politics is at a crossroads and needs to reinvent itself. He refused to say which candidate he supports.

15:40

Sport

Just about ticking over

Rob Palmer

...persuaded Madrid to break the bank, but we are waiting for the Real deal. Hopefully all that is missing is the explosive ingredient of the Clásico. We'll not get into the politics of re-arranging the fixture but the clash of the giants and the hype that

12:45

LifeStyle

From selling houses to the world of politics

ASH BOLTON

Video Club Square Eyes. Before Dean stepped into the world of politics in June 2011, he ran a successful estate agent in Torreguadiaro for ten years - before he decided to close it down in 2010. Helping people every day As for how he got into ... politics, he told SUR in English: “I've always been interested in politics. It puts you in a position of power where you can help people every day. “I never had any intention to get into politics. I started off doing sofa politics, reading the paper and

15:44

Gibraltar

Picardo wins Gibraltar general election

Debbie Bartlett

...to withdraw from politics for personal reasons. Marlene Hassan Nahon of Together Gibraltar.EFE GSD: Damon Bossino, Daniel Feetham, Keith Azopardi, Roy Clinton, Elliott Phillips, Edwin Reyes. Together Gibraltar: Marlene Hassan Nahon. The

13:16

National

New UK ambassador officially meets the King

SUR

...process, which, outside the politics of Westminster, has seen both UK and Spanish governments make reassuring moves to support the protection of British expat rights.

18:40

LifeStyle

23 February 1981: Antonio Tejero leads a coup d'état against Spain's government

BEN CLARKE what happened today?

The events of 23 February 1981 still weigh heavily in the collective Spanish mind today, as a resurgence of strong-arm politics that posed a direct threat to the fledgling democracy in Spain that had only emerged following the death of the dictator ... Franco six years previously. The army, which had played a crucial part in government during Franco's military regime, was concerned about the shortcomings of democratic politics in solving some of the problems that Spain faced. Economic crisis in the

15:08

Opinion

Take a guess

Mark Nayler

...therefore unlikely to dent Spain’s economy in the medium term. Those who thought that politics and economics were inextricably connected, especially in present-day Spain, thereby stand corrected. Even so, it’s probably best not to take guesses - sorry,