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12:49

LifeStyle

Spanish history from a female perspective

JENNIE RHODES

...who investigates her family's past and finds the answers that her mother has been unable to get. Lamplugh says of her decision to write a book set during the war, "I wanted to throw light on that dark period of Spanish history that has been largely ... brushed under the carpet, here in Spain, at least, but has left a strong legacy." The main inspiration for the book, says Lamplugh, came from the stolen babies scandal which hit the Spanish headlines a few years ago. She met women whose children had ... Spanish perspective. "I couldn't have written The Red Gene without having lived here many years and got to know people well enough to have in-depth conversations and to develop a feel for Spanish culture and history, as well as some insight into the

16:55

Opinion

Ghost towns

Mark Nayler

...settlements for around €100,000, which wouldn’t even get you a flat in most areas of the UK. Sadder still, many of Spain’s smallest settlements are heading the same way. According to a report published last year by the Spanish Federation of Towns and ... exodus: between 2008 and 2018, 250,000 people moved from the Spanish countryside, to more populated areas in cities or on the coast. Their departure has resulted in declining living standards for those that are left behind, something that I saw at ... Spain” gathered in Madrid at the end of March, to protest at living conditions in depopulated rural areas. The acting Spanish government recognises that something has to be done to combat rural depopulation in Spain. It aims to turn abandoned areas

13:45

National

Spanish consul in Edinburgh removed from his post after Scottish Independence remarks

R. GORRIARÁN

Josep Borrell, the acting Foreign Minister, ordered the Spanish consul in Edinburgh to be immediately removed from his post last week, It follows the publication of a letter by the consul, Miguel Ángel Vecino, which said that Spain would not veto ... an independent Scotland's entry into the European Union. The Spanish government explained the sacking by saying that Vecino had "acted beyond his responsibility", in voicing political options on the affairs of another country. The subject of any ... The National, an Edinburgh publication, the Spanish consul had said that the minister, Borrell, had confirmed that Spain would not veto a Scottish application to join the EU. The article was welcomed by the Scottish first minister, Nicola Sturgeon.

12:26

Opinion

Nadal, king in Paris

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...has earned himself the title of best Spanish sportsperson of all time seems to have no limits. Nadal, who makes the difficult look easy, can be admired for his career packed with triumphs, but even more for his modesty, his humility, his capacity to

13:24

National

Spanish firm wins bid for new London tunnel to ease Blackwall flow

SUR.

Construction giant, Ferrovial, has beaten another Spanish company, ACS, to the contract to build a new tunnel under the River Thames in East London. The project aims to take pressure off the congested Blackwall Tunnel that dates from the 1960s ... and is worth 1.1 billion euros. The two Spanish groups were the only bidders for the first new cross-Thames road route since 1991. The work will consist of two parallel tunnels each 1.4 kilometres long between the Greenwich Peninsula on the south

13:16

Gibraltar

8 June 1969: Franco closes Gibraltar border

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...by the Spanish population. There was certainly a great deal of gleeful rabble-rousing in the newspapers: the 8 June edition of SUR, for example, proclaimed that from the next day Gibraltar would be forced to halt all construction work because it ... would have lost its 1,500 Spanish building workers, as well as nearly 2,000 Spaniards employed in servicing ships, and it would lose a huge amount of income because of this, as well as the money spent by ships' crews in local shops. Spanish people from ... supplies were to be cut off. The approximately 4,800 Spanish citizens who lost their jobs in Gibraltar were reassured by the Franco regime that they would not suffer in any way whatsoever. They would receive money for enough time to enable them to find

12:19

Gibraltar

Gibraltar marine police arrest three men at sea

D.B.

Following a tip-off from the Guardia Civil, the RGP arrested three Spanish men after a high speed chase at sea in the early hours of Monday morning. They are charged with dangerous navigation, importing prohibited items and obstructing police.