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11:38

National

Charity report says 8.5 million in Spain suffer from social exclusion

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

A report for a leading charity has said that six million people in Spain are living in poverty, despite having a home and job. The 8th Foessa Report on Social Exclusion and Development also says that these six million are part of the 15 million ... people in Spain whose lives appear to be normal but with a slight change in circumstances they could fall into social exclusion. It also says that 8.5 million already suffer social exclusion. The study was compiled for Cáritas, the main charity of the ... people sleeping on a bench in the street. It could be an elderly person who breaks a leg; a woman who has to go into prostitution; a household with four kids where everyone is OK but they are dependent on a precarious job that isn't enough to cover the

12:24

Opinion

Censors working overtime

PETER EDGERTON

Whenever we write a load of nonsense on social media - which, let's face it, is ninety-nine per cent of the time - we can be fairly confident that not many people are even vaguely interested. Still, it's the fashion of our times to do so and if ... this week was the fact that many of the social media giants are now employing vast teams to take down anything they deem to be 'hate speech' or similar. The problem is, it appears that most of the chaps doing the censoring are barely out of nappies.

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.

14:07

LifeStyle

The 'blue light' that stops youngsters sleeping

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

...restricted at night, because that is when more melatonin, which influences time and quality of sleep, is produced. In Spain children spend an average of five hours a day in front of some type of screen and more at weekends, according to a study by the ... sleep problems in adolescents in Lyon recently. "We have shown that it can be easily reversed by minimising use of screens and exposure to 'blue light' at night. According to our data, it is probable that these disorders are caused at least in part by ... the blue light of these screens." The study by the Dutch university concluded that, as well as keeping youngsters away from the screens near bedtime, blocking out this 'blue light' with special glasses also proved effective. With these two measures

11:42

National

Sánchez searches for support to be sworn in as PM

SUR

...said that he wasn't ruling out a "government of cooperation" between the PSOE and Unidos Podemos, which would see the more left-wing party getting some ministerial posts. He also opened the door to a form of deal with the MPs of the Catalan separatist

13:12

National

Court investigates Game of Death choking move that is a teenage craze on social media

SUR

A juvenile court in Granada is investigating a case of teenagers following a dangerous martial art challenge known as the Game of Death that has been shared over social media. On Tuesday police were alerted to pupils aged 14 to 15 at a local ... informed police via a Twitter message, saying that an incident had been recorded on a phone of two school friends carrying out the move, leaving one unconscious and in convulsions.

23:51

Sport

The promotion dream is over

Daryl Finch

that they have the base to be champions.” “Now we will get together tomorrow, have something to eat, say goodbye and head off on our holidays,” said the coach. After that, the future is not so clear for the Blue and Whites. Deportivo, meanwhile,

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 ... 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

13:06

Gibraltar

Europa Stadium works reveal artefacts from the 14th century

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...of Gibraltar. It is likely that this is part of the original line wall which was constructed under the instructions of Abu'l Hassan between 1333 and 1374 (when control of Gibraltar passed from Merinid to Nasrid hands). The Moorish wall has now been ... protected by a geotextile and covered, and full information about it has been recorded by archaeologists. This discovery appears to support documentary evidence that there was a settlement in the Europa Flats area during the Medieval-Moorish period ... (711-1462) and historians believe it was at this point that Emir Abu'l Hassan constructed defensive walls all the way to Europa Point, making areas which were previously unsecure open for settlement. It had previously been suggested that the Nuns' Well,