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14:07

Local

The long battle against illiteracy in Spain

ALMUDENA SANTOS / LUCY NEWBY

...court, which eventually stopped Antonia from having to pay the money. The defendant's lawyer, Fernando Cummbres, argued that because she could not read, she could not understand the smallprint. DATA 1.25% of people in Spain don't know how to read or ... write, according to the INE report 'Población de más de 16 años por nivel de formación'. Illiteracy in Spain was a scourge until the second half of the 20th century. In 1936, the year the Civil War began, 25% of Spaniards were illiterate. The extension ... of education gradually reduced the rates, but even today, 581,600 in Spain, 1.25% of the total population, do not know how to read or write, according to the report on population over 16 years old by level of education, published by the National

14:03

Opinion

Graveyard shift

CHARLOTTE WAY

...move to El Pardo, rather than Madrid's Almudena cathedral reduces the sickening chance of security risks posed by Francoist cults and their opposition. Yet, the need to address other failing aspects of Spain's Historical Memory Law is equally ... pressing, and, in this regard, I believe the Spanish government to be guilty of turning a blind eye. The pact of silence brought about by Spain's 1977 Amnesty Law means that known Francoist torturers such as Antonio González Pacheco continue to roam free, ... Spain's government should now focus on converting the Valle de los Caídos into an educational homage to the Civil War's victims, such as that of the Holocaust memorial museums we see in Germany today. True dignity for Franco's victims will not be delivered

18:03

Sport

Spain reach the World Cup Final with late win over Australia

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Spain will take on Argentina in the Basketball World Cup Final on Sunday after an incident-filled 95-88 win over Australia in Beijing on Friday. Sergio Scariolo's team, led by Marc Gasol's 33 points, rallied from an 11-point third-quarter deficit

11:02

National

Madrid toughens up rules for kids travelling out of Spain without parents

P. MARTÍNEZ / N HESKETH

It's an increasingly common situation; children leaving Spain to go away without parents, on a school trip or with friends of the family. With the rise in the risk to child safety, Spanish authorities have announced that from 1 September, the rules ... for kids up to 18 travelling this way will be tougher, and this could affect some expat families. USEFUL LINKS uUK govt. advice if you or your child live in Spain. www.gov.uk/guidance/living-in-spain#passports-and-travel uUK govt. advice for ... Previously this only applied if the child was using their DNI and not a passport. If the child is travelling on a foreign passport, but is resident in Spain, official advice from the Spanish authorities is to check with the consulate of the child's

10:53

Sport

Spain play the World Cup semi-finals after comfortably seeing off Poland

AMADOR GÓMEZ

Spain go into the Basketball World Cup semi-finals today (Friday) after a convincing 90-78 victory over Poland at the Shanghai Oriental Sports Center on Tuesday. 90 SPAIN 78 POLAND Spain: Ricky Rubio (19), Rudy Fernández (16), ... Scariolo's side will be favourites as they take on Australia today, assured of a spot in the Olympic Games in Tokyo next year thanks to their opponents' 82-70 win over the Czech Republic on Wednesday. Spain, ranked number two in the world, have their sights

10:52

National

Spain is rated most competitive travel destination once again in top report

Pilar Martínez

A global report published every two years by the World Economic Forum has once again placed Spain at the top of the list of the most competitive travel destinations. The Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2019 ranks economies and measures ... the set of factors and policies that make 140 different countries attractive to the visitor. The publishers of the report are also organisers of the high-profile annual economics conference in the Swiss resort of Davos. They state: "Spain ... has been rated highest since 2015. Spain had an average points score of 5.4, well above the 3.8 global average. In second place was France, followed by Germany, Japan and the United States. The UK has dropped to sixth place in this year's survey.

12:50

National

Brexit Secretary says UK government is committed to protecting healthcare

SUR in English

The UK government's Brexit secretary, Steve Barclay, met with representatives of British residents in Spain during his visit on Thursday to Madrid where he discussed the UK's exit from the EU and citizens' rights with Spanish foreign minister Josep ... Borrell. Barclay hopes strong links with Spain will continue after Brexit After speaking to representatives of Brexpats in Spain, ECREU and EuroCitizens, Barclay said in a video message addressing UK Nationals living in Spain: “It’s been ... really useful to meet citizens’ rights groups representing British nationals living in Spain to hear about their concerns on things like healthcare. We are absolutely committed to protecting healthcare - we are in discussions with the Spanish government

17:55

LifeStyle

Hair transplants increasing in popularity in Malaga where there are now nearly 20 clinics

MATÍAS STUBER

Spain offer the same services and more guarantees than those in other countries, so it is not necessary to travel to undergo the procedure. Better results can now be achieved thanks to the FUE technique Malaga is now one of the cities with the ... and now it is about 15. People are more interested than before," says Felicidad Espinosa. This highly experienced 56-year-old GP did the first Masters degree in hair transplants that was available in Spain, at the University of Alcalá. "That was in ... areas. "In Spain, if there is no point in carrying out the procedure we tell the patient. They don't do that in Turkey," says Felicidad. Turkey is very famous for hair transplants. When people in Spain were having to pay between 15,000 and 20,000