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18:29

Opinion

Figuring it out

Mark Nayler

...robust as ever (leaving the perennially sensitive issue of Gibraltar aside). The two governments' recent agreement, which secures the voting rights of Britons in Spain and Spaniards in the UK in case of a no-deal Brexit, is eloquent proof of this. Indeed,

18:43

National

Juanma Moreno sworn in as president of the Junta de Andalucía

SUR

...of 59 votes was enough to give Moreno a majority in the chamber and usher in a new coalition in regional government made up of the PP and Cs. Protests held across Andalucía in defence of equal rights and gender laws Voting against Moreno, with

13:34

Local

Rafael Amargo reaches his peak to raise awareness for charity

SUR IN ENGLISH

...strengthen their resolve and continue defending the rights of people with butterfly skin within the framework of the public health and social system. “Artists must respect associations, which, like Debra, do so much for people who suffer from certain

17:04

Opinion

No pain, no gain

Mark Nayler

...leader is also evident from his recently unveiled plan on how to secure the rights of Britons in Spain and Spaniards in the UK in the case of a no-deal Brexit. Increasingly, he seems constrained only by the PSOE's minority status in congress rather than

13:22

National

British ambassador calms fears of a 'no-deal Brexit' in open letter

Daryl Finch

British ambassador to Spain, Simon Manley, issued an open letter to British citizens on Friday to allay fears of a 'no-deal Brexit'. This came after the UK government published a series of technical notices on a range of areas including rights for

14:57

National

Trade links will remain strong despite Brexit

...that she was reassured by the agreement on the rights of EU citizens living in the UK and British citizens in the EU. Previously, there were concerns that these individuals would have been given a second-rate “settled status” or used as bargaining chips