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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

09:16

LifeStyle

Bill Bailey: Larks In Transit” Spain Tour 2020

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Larks in Transit is a compendium of travelers’ tales and the general shenanigans of twenty years as a travelling comedian. With musical virtuosity, surreal tangents and trademark intelligence, he tackles politics, philosophy, the pursuit of

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

13:48

National

Farmers protest in Madrid over low prices affecting their livelihoods

LUCÍA PALACIOS

...below the cost of production. They claim that others in the supply chain, including the large supermarkets, are making excessive profit at their expense. "Agriculture workers don't want politics. We've been in a crisis for 40 years and we want fair

14:40

What to do

Bill Bailey brings 20 years of comedy to Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

...jokes. With musical virtuosity and two decades of life as a comic, Larks in Transit tackles politics, philosophy and the pursuit of happiness filtered through what the Daily Telegraph calls "the brainiest comic of his generation". The UK dates have

18:07

Opinion

The emotion of Brexit

JOSÉ M. DE AREILZA

...apply, will only last for 11 months. There's no time to negotiate a permanent trade agreement with a Union of 27 member States. In 2020 we're going to see more sudden shifts and implausible arguments in British politics. The unity of the country itself

15:53

Opinion

Taking a short cut

Mark Nayler

Socialist premier on many issues. But Sánchez held his own when quizzed about the U-turn, revealing an apparently newfound belief in compromise. "In politics, reality comes before your wishes," he said. Up until very recently, it seemed to be

17:31

Opinion

Outside in

Mark Nayler

Vox, will be dismayed that a radical left-winger is in charge of such an important portfolio, but this is the new reality of Spanish politics. Members of congress now represent everything from quasi-Franco nationalism to Marxist economics, thus

11:34

Local

Alcaucín mayor faces vote of no confidence over lack of dialogue

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...mayor again "to give credibility to this vote of no confidence". He went on to say, "This isn't about removing someone from office for me to return." He added that he entered politics in Alcaucín to try to solve the problems of the irregular houses in

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

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,

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

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

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

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

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

16:23

LifeStyle

"I was always the nominee; it has taken me 40 years to receive an award like Cannes"

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...bitterness against anyone. I understand that is the way politics works, but never mind. And all the people who were involved in that commotion in some way are invited and I hope they will come to the theatre and enjoy it like anyone else in Malaga. We don't ... but I never tell anyone how I voted. Voting should be secret and personal. Are you bored with all these elections? Modern politics are very complicated. I'm afraid of Spanish politics becoming Italianised, and they won't be able to reach

17:26

LifeStyle

Lance Henderson, the teenage genius

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...games are retransmitted online you can go outside to talk. Are you a religious person? No. Who would you like to meet? If it could be in the past, Steve Jobs. You can't vote yet but are you interested in politics? No. Do you get good marks

11:13

LifeStyle

Birthday celebrations and a warm welcome

SUR IN ENGLISH

...first official reception since his arrival. The event was attended by representatives from the worlds of politics, business and the media. He said that his aim was to make the close ties between Spain and the UK even stronger. ARCH rescue centre