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15:08

Opinion

Agreeing to disagree

Mark Nayler

...election, thus saving Spaniards from going to the polls for the fourth time in as many years? And secondly, how will this coalition - which will still be 21 seats short of a majority - actually function and who will be given what roles within it? One thing

15:00

National

Final campaigning under way before this Sunday's general election

NEIL HESKETH

...period as the country only went to the polls as recently as April, meaning there has been little time for major incidents or significant straying from campaign messages. Costa plays its part in the national political scene Causing most comment in ... While the PSOE look sure to remain the biggest party but without an overall majority, the sum of the left-wing vote may have declined to more or less match the right-wing parties, according to latest polls. The fresh election was called after the

14:23

Opinion

Communication breakdown

Mark Nayler

polls are to be believed. I don't often agree with Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias, but he was right when he said, referring to Sánchez, "You have to earn your salary and talk to people with whom you don't want to talk." Torra does want to talk and

12:36

National

Campaign for 10 November election kicks off with conflicting poll forecasts

SUR

...opinion polls. The last pre-election official voting forecast from state-owned pollsters, CIS, appeared to show acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez winning once again and increasing seats with his Socialist PSOE party in the 360-seat parliament from 123 to ... the campaign trail on Friday.EP But the poll forecasts, which appeared to show overall victory for left-wing parties, were questioned, as other polls appeared to predict left and right-wing parties neck and neck. No poll has predicted an overall

19:49

Opinion

Don't worry about it

Mark Nayler

...wasn't able to send a detailed budget proposal to Brussels in advance of the October 15th deadline. Indeed, the Socialists don't even know whether they will be in power in 2020, although polls suggest that Sánchez's party will once again take the largest

19:02

Opinion

Rash promises

Mark Nayler

...due on November 10th, will result in a "government with full powers" as early as December. Sánchez's budget promise seems rash - the kind of pledge that sounds impressive on TV, but that proves impossible to adhere to later on. Even if, as the polls

14:42

Gibraltar

Gibraltar goes to the polls on 17 October

Debbie Bartlett

The General Election in Gibraltar will take place on Thursday 17 October, the same day as the European Council meeting which is expected to be very important for the future of Brexit. Anyone who is eligible to vote in Gibraltar should bear in mind

10:45

Opinion

Set to repeat

Mark Nayler

...held on April 28th, yielded a result that was almost certain to trigger a repeat election. Yet by calling Spaniards to the polls again, probably on November 10th, acting Socialist prime minister Pedro Sánchez still won't gain the majority in congress ... enough to be able to govern without help. For a politician who has displayed sound pragmatism in other respects, that's somewhat idealistic: polls suggest that the upcoming vote might increase the Socialists' share of the national vote slightly, but

16:03

Opinion

Happy holidays

Mark Nayler

...collective duty to ensure that a worn-out electorate does not have to return to the polls for the fourth time in four years in November, which is what will happen if Sánchez loses the next investiture vote. So far, though, there has only been one real attempt