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11:17

National

Franco's body can be moved, says Supreme Court, but not quite yet

SUR

The Supreme Court in Madrid has unanimously backed the government and said that the remains of General Franco can be removed from their ceremonial resting place in the Valle de los Caídos monument, outside Madrid, and placed in a simpler grave. ... Socialist-PSOE party to move the body, citing recent Historical Memory law which says the controversial Valle de Los Caídos (Valley of the Fallen) site must only hold victims of the Spanish Civil War. As Franco died naturally, he shouldn't be there, the Supreme ... his annual speech to the United Nations on Tuesday, acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez referred to the Supreme Court verdict. "We have symbolically closed the democratic circle," he said.

15:28

Opinion

Reality bites

Mark Nayler

...phase based on dialogue and the rule of law... [S]o that Catalonia can play its role as a motor for growth in [Spain]". Calviño was talking, of course, about the Supreme Court's sentences for leading Catalan secessionists, finally handed down on Monday ... Guardian condemning the Supreme Court's decisions, concluding with the words, "We will never back down". Indeed, the harsh prison terms are likely to radicalise "independistas", rather than halt them in their tracks. Calviño hopes instead that they will

13:21

National

Reburial of Franco's body is halted by Supreme Court

SUR

The Supreme Court has blocked the acting government's plan to exhume the body of dictator General Franco from his ceremonial resting place next Monday, 10 June. The ban on reburial is temporary while objections are heard and comes after Franco's

16:39

National

Supreme Court increases sentence in high-profile 'wolfpack' sex case

SUR

The Supreme Court has changed the initial trial verdict in the high-profile 'La Manada' (wolfpack) case and increased the sentence. Its decision last Friday brought widespread public praise, especially from women's rights groups. The six friends ... There were widespread street protests at the time and outrage at the apparent leniency of the sentence. The Supreme Court has now overturned the original verdict. In its explanation of the decision, the Madrid-based court argued that the men were lucky ... They came across the 18-year-old woman in the street late at night before going with her into the doorway of a block of flats. Mobile phone recordings were made by the men which were used as evidence. The Supreme Court said the victim had been too

18:13

LifeStyle

11 October 1977: The return of Victoria Kent

LIZ PARRY / RACHEL HAYNES

...of the 19th century (different sources put her birth year at 1897, 1898 or even 1891). She was sent to Madrid to study Law and became the first woman to be called to the bar and the first to argue a case before the Supreme War Tribunal. She was

19:01

Opinion

The war is lost

ANDREW J. LINN

...be marketed, as if this were a matter that could be decided by the rule of law rather than the regulatory organisations of the trade. Nor is there any appeal possible, since the decision by the Supreme Court is final, although Brussels might be an

17:47

Opinion

Saying sorry

REV ADRIAN LOW

...participation in society, and their votes." Calling people names, suggesting that laws, made by parliament are 'surrender bills', that the Supreme Court of the UK is not only wrong, but is an agent of remainers, all undermine the trust in our democracy and our