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14:59

Sport

A senseless sacking

Rob Palmer

...billionaire owner who clearly understands the business world but hasn't quite grasped the world of football. Marcelino was exactly what Valencia needed. It was a dysfunctional club, pulled apart by politics, broken promises, an owner on a mission, the

11:30

Opinion

Laugh or cry?

Rachel Haynes

...leaders are also acting, in their case because the winners of the general election - which if we can remember that far back took place in April - have still not managed to form a new government. Politics surely is all about different people seriously

15:23

Opinion

Doom and gloom

Mark Nayler

...launched Ciudadanos and leftist Podemos onto the national scene, much to the annoyance of the older parties - coalitions and deadlock have characterised Spanish politics, yet the country's GDP hasn't flinched. During 2016, when Spain lacked a functioning

10:38

Local

Acting Alcaucín mayor considers future following "xenophobic" message

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Acting mayor of Alcaucín, the Belgian Mario Blancke, said on Wednesday that he was considering whether to stay in politics due to a "xenophobic" Whatsapp message shared among villagers. The handwritten message, which was photographed and shared ... continue working in local politics." Blancke, who has been mayor of Alcaucín for the last four years, has promised to make a decision by 15 June which is when councillors need to have reached agreements to be able to vote in a new mayor. The

13:15

Opinion

Difficult questions

Mark Nayler

...become one of the most contentious issues in Spanish politics. The fiercest criticism of both Sánchez and Proactiva Open Arms - a Barcelona-based NGO whose latest missions have raised complex questions about EU immigration policies - has unsurprisingly

10:53

Local

New court investigation complicates Nozal's bid to be mayor of Mijas

I. GELIBTER

...due to alleged corrupt practice inquiries, is unlikely to instruct his councillors to vote for him. The option of Nozal resigning from politics to leave the way clear for a council run by a PP mayor supported by Ciudadanos gains strength.

10:38

Local

Mijas delays swearing-in of new council as chaos engulfs Vox

IVÁN GELIBTER

politics in the municipality grows more chaotic. In last month's local election, the Partido Popular (PP) won 9 seats on the 25-seat council, the PSOE 8 and Ciudadanos (Cs) 6, meaning nobody won an overall majority. Podemos and Vox each won one seat. ... can stay in his role. Mijas local politics is certain to be colourful for the next few weeks at least.

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

16:57

Opinion

Deal with it

Mark Nayler

...with imperfection. In modern Spanish politics, there's simply no other way to govern.

17:25

Local

Overseas candidates hoping to do their bit

SUR IN ENGLISH

PSOE councillor, La Viñuela SUR Ria O'Brien, 68, is originally from Tipperary in Ireland and has lived in Spain since 2005. Ria is no stranger to politics and from a young age was actively involved in both local and politics in Ireland. She was ... councillors presently and I'm number nine, although I was offered a higher number. Even if I'm not elected, the idea is to form a separate role for me. -Are there many foreigners in the village and do they generally get involved in local politics and or vote ... in elections? There are perhaps a couple of hundred on the 'padrón' but only around 50 who have given their intention to vote. Generally speaking the foreigners are a good source of new ideas when it comes to local politics even if they're not