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10:04

National

Socialists win general election, as PP recovers, Vox becomes third party and Ciudadanos collapses

SUR

Popular has recovered somewhat with 87 seats (21 up on April) although the biggest celebrations on Sunday night were at the headquarters of far-right party Vox which has seen its number of MPs shoot up by 28 to 52. The increase in votes for PP and Vox ... has been to the detriment of centre-right group Ciudadanos (Cs), who have crashed down to sixth place in terms of seats in Spain's Congresos, losing 47 seats and being left with just 10. The left-wing alliance Unidos Podemos (Izquierda Unida and

15:12

Local

Chief suspect in Dana Leonte case prevents suicide of fellow inmate

J. C. / A. F. / F. T.

...lives and integrity, given the high-profile nature of the two cases. Court hearing During a hearing at a court in Vélez-Málaga last Friday morning, in front of a gender violence judge, Ruiz used his right not to testify. The only words he spoke were

15:00

National

Final campaigning under way before this Sunday's general election

NEIL HESKETH

Spain this week was the only televised debate between the leaders of the five main national parties, up from four last time. Unlike April, the debate on Monday included hard-right Vox's leader, Santiago Abascal, who was allowed to take part for the first ... time having won seats in the general election six months ago. The response to the separatist crisis in Catalonia was a key theme of the debate, with parties on the left advocating more tolerance and the right-wing more intervention. Media ... 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

12:59

Opinion

Practically impossible

Peter Edgerton

...must just be a left brain/right brain thing. If someone gave me a box of tools and told me to put it to good use, I'd probably write a children's song about the contents. So impractical am I, that I honestly thought for years that when using a tablet

21:23

Sport

Malaga draw a blank at home to Fuenlabrada in flat encounter

SERGIO CORTÉS / MARINA RIVAS

...switch to the right flank, where he was far more effective. However, as Víctor has often lamented, his side needs to be more clinical in front of goal, and they squandered a handful of decent chances again in the first half, with Mikel aiming a tame

15:00

National

UK agrees to increase pensions for Britons in Spain at least until 2023

SUR IN ENGLISH

The British government has announced that it will continue to uprate the UK State Pension paid to people living in Spain each year for the next three years, whatever happens with Brexit. The UK State Pension has already been uprated in the European

16:56

Travel

Where nature rules

Mark Nayler

...of their region's beauty, and ensure that it forms the focal point of a stay at the hotel, which takes its name from the German for "source". With connotations of renewal and returning to nature, "quelle" is just right. Activities for guests are

12:32

Opinion

Traditions or torment?

Debbie Bartlett

...house. Quite a distance, right? But they keep me awake, literally all night. There is a fairground, but people prefer the ambience of the square. That's fine and I am certainly not opposed to anyone enjoying themselves, but when the decibel level is ... frequently so high that hearing can be affected, when there are elderly and unwell people living around the square and in nearby streets and when the music goes on until 6.30am for four consecutive nights, I believe we have a right to complain. "Ah, but ... about the noise. "You have no right to criticise your host country." "Local businesses are raking in the money," I am admonished. As if they wouldn't earn as much if the decibel level were turned down a few notches. "Respect local customs and

13:25

Opinion

The right change?

Rachel Haynes

...emitting signals and symbols that caught the attention of some of those undecided change-seekers. Vox, described as very right wing at the best and fascist at the worst, managed to touch nerves that brought them a success that even they had never ... Those who chose to give the right-wing groups (from centre to far) a chance will be waiting for promises to be kept. Those who remained undecided and stayed at home probably wish they hadn't.