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13:00

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Literary Festival 2017, bigger and better than ever

ASH BOLTON

...comedy and politics. Staged in historical buildings such as the Garrison Library and the Convent, eight of the talks were sold out making it one of the most popular festivals to date. According to festival organisers, the most popular event this year

14:10

Local

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

Rachel Haynes

...and the Catalan independence process. She is quick to stress that in both cases the Chamber of Commerce “stays away from politics”. “What we do for our members, with the Catalonia situation as well as with Brexit, is to avoid speculation, to make

13:08

Opinion

No end in sight

Mark Nayler

...left Spain without a government for ten months. Indeed, the farce that was Spanish politics last year showed us that, in present day Spain, elections create more problems than they solve.

19:02

Opinion

Crisis? What crisis?

Mark Nayler

...perfectly capable of running itself while its supposed stewards are busy elsewhere. SUR readers will remember well the farce that was Spanish politics last year. Following an inconclusive general election in December 2015, Spain went for ten months of

19:05

Opinion

New Year's revolution

Peter Edgerton

...world of politics, Donald Trump will continue to approach the delicate nuances of international diplomacy using the tried and trusted bull/china shop technique favoured also by Boris Johnson. People who may or may not be wearing home-made pink hats by

20:06

Local

2017: a rollercoaster year

Rachel Haynes

politics Taped conversations reveal alleged job offer in exchange for council vote in Mijas The content of taped conversations published by SUR in March apparently revealed how the Mijas branch of the Partido Popular, led by former mayor Ángel Nozal,

12:17

Gibraltar

Former chief minister Joe Bossano knighted in New Year's Honours

Debbie Bartlett

...was Chief Minister of Gibraltar from March 1988 to May 1996. He has played an active part in Gibraltar's politics since the 1970s and was leader of the Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party (GSLP) until standing down in 2011, when he was replaced as party ... Excellent Order of the British Empire) in recognition for his services to the Gibraltar Health Authority. Sir Joe, who was chief minister from 1988 to 1996, still plays an active role in Gibraltar politicsNor were they the only ones to receive awards: on

13:36

Local

Malaga mourns academic and politician Antonio Garrido

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...and politics. He was born in 1954 and his first job as a school teacher was in Canillas de Aceituno. With a PhD in Hispanic Philology, he went on to become a Professor in Spanish Language and Literature. He played a part in the creation of the ... Faculty of Communication Sciences at Malaga University, and was a regular guest lecturer at European and American universities. He moved into politics in 1995, when former mayor Celia Villalobos, called on him to join the PP list for the municipal

14:13

Opinion

Chef politicians

A. J. LINN

...towards the Egyptian government. Anthony Bourdain was interviewed in New York last week on TimesTalk TV, but he did not contain his anger when accused of criticising politics and politicians. “What could be more socially significant than food?” the ... highly-respected chef who is a spokesman for the campaign against food waste universally, shot back. There are clearly many chefs prepared to get involved in politics, but are there politicians prepared to do much more than turn up at gastronomic events - for

12:22

Opinion

A rough deal

Mark Nayler

...nature of modern Spanish politics, and how ineffective such a method of government is. Ciudadanos, the centrist newcomer that has now overtaken the PP in the polls, is withholding support for the 2018 budget over corruption. Party leader Albert Rivera has ... corruption that taints Spanish politics. Indeed, when the PP and Ciudadanos made a pact in August 2016, the older party pledged - obviously with its fingers collectively crossed under the table - to tackle corruption within its own ranks. This was one of the

13:15

National

Text messages reveal climbdown by Puigdemont in Catalan presidential bid

SUR

...government, seeing Puigdemont's private thoughts as proof that their strategy to remove him from front- line politics had succeeded. Some said that the texts exposed in public a view about the impossibility of investing Puigdemont that the independence parties

11:44

Opinion

In with the new

Mark Nayler

...in Spanish politics and would gain 28.3% of the national vote if an election were held today. The message from the Spanish electorate is clear: forget about the supposed economic recovery - fresh faces and a harder line on corruption are long overdue ... in Spanish politics. Among Ciudadanos supporters, 79% think that the party has a well-defined plan for Spain's future. Spanish economy minister Luis de Guindos, certainly, won't give much thought to the damning Metroscopia poll. He's far too caught

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

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

12:36

LifeStyle

New radiology equipment for San Pedro health centre

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

...week along with the Malaga delegate for Equality, Health and Social Politics, Ana Isabel González, and the director of the Costa del Sol health district, Maria Dolores Llamas. Ruiz Espejo said that in the last month the refurbishment of the room had

13:07

LifeStyle

Isabel Oyarzábal, a silenced pioneer

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...ideologically they were very different. My mother used to say that my great-aunt Ela, as we called her, had served tea to Manuel Azaña and that is how she came to occupy an important place in Spanish politics. She used to organise meetings and sometimes she'd

14:06

Opinion

Changing place

THE EURO ZONE, MARK NAYLER

...political front lines; and the other involves managing one of the most challenging portfolios in European politics. On paper, at least, Escolano possesses the relevant experience. From 2000 to 2004 he was the chief economic advisor to then conservative

13:26

Local

SOHA reaches 10th birthday but there is still a lot to do

Jennie Rhodes

SOHA campaigner avoid using the term, choosing instead the word 'irregular.' Both Phil and Mario decided that the only way to get their message across was to go into local politics and in 2011 Phil was elected as a councillor in La Viñuela, where he ... lives, and Mario was elected in Alcaucín. In the 2015 local elections Mario became mayor of the town. “I stood for election because of SOHA. You need to be in politics to get things changed and there are so many people that are affected by this