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17:29

National

British PM reassures expats that their "rights as residents in the EU will be protected"

SUR in English

British prime minister Theresa May has told UK nationals living in the EU that the agreement the UK Government and the European Commission published on 8 December "guarantees that [their] rights as residents in the EU will be protected in the ... Withdrawal Agreement". "You can have certainty that you will be able to receive healthcare rights, pension and other benefits provisions as you do today. You can also benefit from existing rules for past and future social security contributions," said May ... living in the EU to retain certain rights if they move within the EU. "We will continue to raise these issues with the EU in the New Year," added May, finishing by wishing all UK nationals in the EU and their families a happy Christmas. Read the full

17:41

National

Expats still none the wiser despite "sufficient progress" in Brexit talks

JENNIE RHODES

...now.” A setback for May in the Commons The key areas focused on during the first phase of talks were citizens' rights, the Irish border and a financial settlement. The publication of the report, which announced that “sufficient progress” had been ... made, now allows them to move on to phase two. Progress so far In terms of citizens' rights, the report stipulates that Brits staying in EU countries and vice versa will still be entitled to the European Health Card (EHIC) once the UK has left the EU ... Wednesday and an announcement is due to be made today, Friday, that the negotiations will enter phase two. However, some Euro politicians have voiced concerns about the lack of real progress in terms of citizens' rights. With little more than a year to go

22:05

Local

Andalusian Supreme Court rules in favour of 'Las Kellys'

Pilar Martínez

...would therefore entitle workers to basic employment rights. According to the CC OO trade union which published the results of this Supreme Court ruling, this affects 550 workers and 44 hotels in Malaga province which have now been reported to the

17:31

Opinion

A bad idea

Mark Nayler

Is protecting or augmenting workers' rights compatible with returning Spain's economy to health in the wake of the Covid-19 (C19) crisis? That's the key question posed by the Spanish government's most recent pledge - namely, to enact the "complete ... derogation" of labour market reforms made by Mariano Rajoy's Conservative administration in 2012. Generally speaking, these handed more freedom and power to companies, but at the cost of workers' rights and stability. As soon as they took power, the Socialists

18:03

Opinion

Equal footing

Rachel Haynes

Speaking to soprano and human rights activist Barbara Hendricks last week prior to her concert at the Nerja Cave festival was both uplifting and depressing. On one hand, her positive attitude and confidence that citizen activism is making the ... individual voice instead of being a possession of their husbands. A look at the daily news reminds us that Barbara's generation hasn't been able to solve everything and that younger activists will need to continue the struggle for equality and human rights ... based on human rights and peace. The Bremainers could have used her help in their campaign two years ago. At the moment though, what is uniting the world is football. Some of the planet's greatest sportsmen, black and white, rich and not so rich, all

13:17

Local

Costa tourism bosses angry that Canaries may get better treatment

Pilar Martínez

There was outrage from Costa del Sol tourist-industry leaders on Thursday over a reported political deal on the Canary Islands to extend furloughing rights there. The national government had to fight for support from other parties to renew its