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16:00

Opinion

Disconnected villages

IGNACIO LILLO

...beating around the bush with proposals, which are almost always costly for the public coffers, to try to persuade the existing population to stay in the town or village and to stop the schools from closing. There are the ridiculous "baby cheques" (as if

22:13

Opinion

Spending spree

Mark Nayler

...billion coming from and where will it go? This is the point at which the government's plans become hazy. Sánchez has promised to raise existing taxes and to create some new ones, measures that won't sit well with a population that's been so badly affected

14:17

Opinion

No business as normal

Mark Nayler

...unfurl after a weird couple of months, the latest INE statistics are a brutal reminder that Spain was closed for any kind of business during April. The effects of that closure, on everything from employment to the population's mental and physical well

21:14

Local

Malaga and Granada provinces move to Phase Two of lockdown easing

SUR

...the lowest figure since 5 March, before lockdown. In Spain, 47 per cent of the population started Phase Two last Monday, and 53 per cent were in Phase One still. The Valencia region (including the Costa Blanca) and Murcia were told on Thursday that

16:11

LifeStyle

Genalguacil won't let the virus get in the way of art

Antonio Javier López

During the Encounters, several artists move into the village for the first fortnight in August and carry out the projects for which they were selected. Afterwards, the works remain the property of the village. Genalguacil's population usually triples when

17:47

LifeStyle

'People need to be very cautious and not go out happily into the street as if nothing had happened'

Ángel Escalera

...cent of people have had the illness and in Spain as a whole the average is five per cent. Those figures show that the percentage of the population with antibodies that offer immunity from coronavirus is very low. This means the way to prevent contagion ... through a process of rehabilitation and adaptation. -The population needs to be very aware that Covid-19 is an illness which is extremely serious if there are complications, and can mean a patient needs intensive care and may die. -Yes, that's

15:04

LifeStyle

'The virus will become less aggressive; it doesn't need to be lethal to survive'

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

"an extensive network of diagnoses to monitor the population" and says the system should consist of more than one test. "We need to test the greatest possible number of people at regular intervals so we can isolate those who are positive and prevent ... "losing everything we have achieved during these weeks" and this means combining social responsibility with the authorities' obligations: "The virus caught us out, but the highest possible percentage of the population needs to be tested to provide a real ... coronavirus, he points out, is its great capacity for transmission. "It is too efficient at spreading, and it also causes a terrible reaction in the population at risk, as we have seen in care homes." Although there is no scientific evidence, the community

17:10

LifeStyle

22 May 1940: Gibraltar is evacuated in the Second World War

Debbie Bartlett

It is a largely unknown fact that during WW2 the British government decided to turn Gibraltar into a fortress to stop Hitler and Franco seizing it, and ordered all women, children, the elderly and infirm to be evacuated to make room for the troops.

16:22

Gibraltar

Gibraltar continues to ease the lockdown restrictions

Debbie Bartlett

An emotional chief minister said he and his team had "stared into the abyss" at the start of the crisis, when they were told that ten per cent of the population could die. "You cannot imagine what it is like to look at losing 3,000 Gibraltarians," he