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16:27

Opinion

Marshalling the forces

Mark Nayler

In a speech on Monday, prime minister Pedro Sánchez implied that it would be irrational for Brussels to refuse his requests for aid in dealing with the economic impact of Covid-19. The Socialist leader has a point: what does the EU think it's for if ... World War II, named after US Secretary of State George Marshall, Sánchez has requested that Brussels implement a "major Marshall Plan". Combined with an emergency package of €200 billion to be provided by his Socialist government, this would give ... the day of writing (Thursday). If we're at war with this fast-moving, destructive virus, to use Sánchez's preferred metaphor, the EU can't be neutral bystander, nor can it be sluggish in launching its counter-attack.

13:11

Local

Hotels on the Costa fall empty after government orders their closure

Pilar Martínez

...and the destination were experiencing. Waiting for flights The president of the MS chain, Miguel Sánchez, said one of his hotels, the Amaragua, had 520 clients when the order to close came through, and all but 80 left straight away. The remainder

12:42

National

MPs give approval for lockdown extension amid criticism of PM

SUR

The state of alarm was extended in Spain after a parliamentary vote on Wednesday night. It will now last until at least 11 April. The debate was held in a near-deserted chamber with MPs sending in their votes remotely. Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez ... been calling separately for stricter measures in his region. In his speech, Sánchez justified his decisions and called for "unity and loyalty" from rival politicians. He said that it was a "very difficult balance", as closing more businesses would

12:36

National

Spanish state of alarm to be extended for two more weeks

PAULA DE LAS HERAS

The state of alarm that began last weekend to curb the spread of coronavirus in Spain is to go on at least until the middle of April. Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez told the presidents of Spain's regions during a videoconference on Sunday morning

17:52

Sport

Further arrests made in investigation over leaked Víctor video

Juan cano / álvaro frías

The investigation into the leaked sexually explicit video of former Malaga coach Víctor Sánchez del Amo has led to nine arrests in the last few weeks. All of these have been in connection with sharing the video on social media (Whatsapp, Twitter,

11:14

Local

Fast-moving spread of Covid-19 sees dramatic nationwide lockdown and life upturned

SUR

Italy. King Felipe makes reassuring TV speech and thanks key workers On Saturday evening, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez addressed the country via videolink, taking press questions remotely. The state of alarm came into force on Sunday morning. The ... measures. This will require an MPs' decision on 25 March by remote voting. "This is a time for social discipline," said Sánchez, stressing the need for each individual to respect their responsibility. Firms habouring medical supplies and masks were asked

10:57

National

Coronavirus crisis: emergency decree bans all non-essential movement

Paula de las Heras / Melchor Sáiz-Pardo

The Spanish government has taken drastic measures to curb the spread of coronavirus Covid-19 and declared a 'state of alarm', restricting the movement of its citizens. Measures, confirmed by Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez on Saturday evening, ... weeks. "This is a time for social discipline," said Sánchez, stressing the need for each inidividual to respect their responsibility in helping stop the spread of the virus, and to protect the most vulnerable, the elderly. The transport of goods will ... the Interior will have the power to close roads if necessary. There will be greater presence of the security forces on the streets and the armed forces are now all under the orders of the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska. Sánchez