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16:09

What to do

Traditional song and dance at two-day flamenco festival

Tony Bryant

Saturday's performers will include Rosi Campos, Rafael Sánchez, Ana Pastrana and Luis Perdiguero. The highlight of the night will be the performance of Gypsy singer Chato de Vélez, who will be accompanied by guitarist Antonio Soto. Tickets (free),

16:35

National

PM says taxes will rise for big firms and rich

sur

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, said in a television interview on Thursday that he is planning to increase taxes for larger companies and higher earners. He explained that public services needed strengthening. "We are seven [percentage] points

18:34

Local

Tivoli World theme park goes into administration

EFE / SUR

Malaga mercantile court: lawyer Juan Antonio Sánchez. He now has the job of drawing up a report to determine whether the park's activity is viable or whether it should go into liquidation. Sánchez told news agency Efe on Tuesday that Cipasa has filed ... an appeal against the imposed administration which will be heard by the provincial court. Meanwhile though, the process can continue. Sánchez said that Tivoli's main creditors are the tax office (Hacienda) and the Social Security, which are owed

16:39

Opinion

Ask me no questions

Mark Nayler

Where would Pedro Sánchez's minority government be without Royal Decrees? These allow Spain's administration to pass legislation without having to gain, at least initially, the support of other parties in Congress. One of the most recent of these ... has to be debated and voted on by Congress within thirty days. Sánchez's minority government, 21 seats short of a majority even with coalition partner Podemos, has used these emergency measures several times since coming to power in June 2018. In some ... justifiable for Sánchez to push through Royal Decrees without the prior consent of congress. But a closer look reveals some intriguing details about the loan agreements announced this week - ones that make you wonder why the government is in such a hurry to

19:53

Opinion

Compare and contrast

Mark Nayler

Did Pedro Sánchez make the right choice in locking down Spain to the extent that he did? It's likely to be some time before we can answer that question with any certitude, even after it emerged this week that between April and June, the country's

16:27

Opinion

Opposing forces

Mark Nayler

This week's congressional get-together drew attention, once again, to the chasm that separates Spain's main political parties. Socialist leader Pedro Sánchez repeated his call for unity to help the country recover from Covid-19, holding up recent EU ... Yet the Frankenstinian behemoth Sánchez wants to materialise isn't even desirable in the first place. There must always be a strong opposition to hold a government to account and to present alternatives to its policies, especially during crises, when ... leaders are prone to abuses of power and panicked decision-making. But Vox's proposal of a no confidence vote in September, though, highlights where Sánchez's opponents are going wrong. The Spanish opposition seems to have nothing else in its armoury

16:07

Opinion

In all but name

Mark Nayler

Socialist prime minister Pedro Sánchez wants everyone to love his government, to see it as a modern, huggy coalition as unlike the austere, corrupt old Conservatives as possible. This is why he's trying so hard to avoid using the word "austerity", a ... tourist in a month that usually marks the start of the summer season. And to top it all off, the country's public debt is expected to rise to around 120% of GDP this year, up from an already-dangerous level of just under 100%. Sánchez and the fiscal

11:30

LifeStyle

The secrets of the 'snoring' tuna

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...into pieces using artisan methods almost every day, but only a few people are there to see it. One of the market stalls which does so on a daily basis can be found in module number 6, Ramón Adreu Alvarado. It is run by Rafael Jiménez Sánchez from

15:39

National

Pedro Sánchez defends his exit plan to MPs amid a lack of consensus

SUR

Wednesday, Pedro Sánchez accepted responsibility for any central government errors during thecrisis. However he also asked any regional governments' health services run by opposition parties to engage in some self-criticism. The PM defended an end to ... lockdown, saying the country had to be "started up again", however opposition leader Pablo Casado, of the Partido Popular (PP), said this wouldn't be safe without mass testing. Casado asked Sánchez whether Spain would need a bailout. The PM didn't reply, but ... said that Spain was facing "a very serious" economic crisis. Earlier this week, the Congreso approved the setting up of a cross-party commission to lead the country out of the crisis but both Sánchez's PSOE party and the PP have still failed to agree