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10:33

National

PM's decision to use an intermediary in Catalonia talks attracts opposition

SUR

There was wide-ranging criticism this week on all sides of the political spectrum after the decision by Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez to agree to a third party sitting in on any future cross-party talks over the political future of Catalonia. Even ... being widely seen as well as a concession to separatist parties who have demanded a powerful international mediator for talks on Catalonia's future. The PSOE needs the support of their MPs in the national Congreso to approve Spain's 2019 budget in a vote

12:57

LifeStyle

Gamers gather for Gamepolis

sur

Gamepolis hosted more than 60,000 video game enthusiasts last weekend, with fans dressing as their favourite characters, competing in games and attending talks.

14:32

LifeStyle

Famous faces at Marbella's International Film Festival

ASH BOLTON

...started in 2006. "We are getting so much more interest," said Mac. "There are at least three world premieres this year and Marbella's Film Festival is now becoming the event everyone talks about." Actors Jason Flemyng (Lock Stock and 2 Smoking

16:03

Gibraltar

Further top level talks between Gibraltar and UK over Brexit

Debbie Bartlett

...meeting followed detailed technical talks between officials from different UK government departments and other members of the Gibraltar team, including Attorney General Michael Llamas and Financial Secretary Albert Mena. As the Gibraltar government has ... and although no details have been given by the Gibraltar or Spanish authorities there have been indications that talks between them are progressing well although nothing has yet been agreed. The Gibraltar government insists that none of its red lines

15:09

Opinion

What to do?

Mark Nayler

...beginning of September. Top of the priority list for the PSOE leader will be talks with Pablo Iglesias, secretary general of the Socialists' potential leftist ally Unidas Podemos (UP). It's hard to believe, though, that the upcoming round of negotiations ... will be any more successful than the last. Talks broke down before the summer break because Iglesias was demanding important cabinet positions for UP members, such as control of the Labour Ministry, which Sánchez is unwilling to grant. The PSOE ... would be unwise to turn it down. Compromise is key to obtaining a share of national power in Spain. If talks with Iglesias fail again, Sánchez has to be prepared to look elsewhere for support - something he's so far been unwilling to do. His obvious

20:31

Local

Ryanair strikes to go ahead after unsuccessful mediation talks

Pilar Martínez

Strikes set to affect Ryanair passengers across four countries look set to go ahead after the airline rejected the demands of cabin crew during mediation talks on Tuesday. The cabin crew, represented in Spain by the USO and Sitcpla unions, are

11:09

LifeStyle

Cuisine from the Amazon

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Sometimes, even without intending to, people end up going back to their origins. In the case of Diego Gallegos, who has just retained his Michelin star for his sustainable cuisine based on freshwater fish and home-grown vegetables at the Sollo restau

19:16

National

PM talks business and human rights on tour of Latin America

SUR

The prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, began a five-day visit to Latin America on Monday. In the tour he has been meeting with the leaders of Chile, Bolivia, Colombia and Costa Rica. Spain is a key investor in Latin America and the visit is also designed

11:45

Gibraltar

Deputy chief minister talks Brexit with US Members of Congress

Debbie Bartlett

Deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia paid a two-day visit to Washington this week, meeting Republican and Democratic members of Congress and officials on Capitol Hill, including those involved in foreign relations. Despite it being a whistle stop v