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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

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

14:09

Local

On the final straight of the campaign trail

Rachel Haynes

Susana Díaz, who was in Marbella on Tuesday with prime minister Pedro Sánchez, hopes to keep her job. Opinion polls point to her winning the most votes, as she did in 2015, but not an overall majority. Last term's pact with centrist Ciudadanos (C's), led ... claims to be the only candidate to bring real change to Andalucía. Polls put PP and C's on almost equal footing but without an overall majority between them. Neither party has openly admitted that it would negotiate a pact if necessary with the far ... left-wing voters from the Socialists. The coalition and the PSOE would, according to the polls, between them reach an overall majority but their leader, Teresa Rodríguez, has said that there was no chance of her going into a government with Díaz. No

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

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

12:12

Opinion

The mayor's new clothes

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

...moment the only hereditary job established by the Constitution is that of the Head of State. For all the rest, lineage and heritage do no good. You have to go to the polls and the job expires after four years. However large your victory. Since Hans

11:40

National

Catalonia decides in 'most important election in 40 years'

SUR

People across Catalonia went to the polling stations for a regional election yesterday in what many observers were calling the most important vote in Spain in the forty years since democracy was restored. On going to press polls were just closing ... suggested a turnout six percentage points up on the last regional elections in 2015. Opinion polls before the vote had shown the pro-Spain Ciudadanos party, under Inés Arrimadas, slightly ahead of the ERC, supporting an independent republic. However the

17:34

Local

A very international election

SUr in English

Spain goes to the polls again this Sunday, 26 May, for the second time in under a month. With the general election out of the way, this time it is a triple vote in some areas of the country for new councillors, new regional parliaments and Euro MPs.