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15:55

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government congratulates PSOE but has a warning for Vox

Debbie Bartlett

The PSOE party gained the most seats in last Sunday's general election in Spain, but lost three seats compared with the last election in April and still does not have a majority in parliament. The result was no surprise, as pre-election polling had i

15:43

Sport

La Liga chief Javier Tebas tight-lipped over Malaga's prospects

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

La Liga president Javier Tebas was coy when asked for his opinion on recent developments at Malaga, insisting that he would await more concrete developments. "They've got a new CEO. We'll have to get together and see how they're getting on with ... continue to work hard to deal with their financial issues in the next few months. Things are starting to move - let's see if they manage it," Tebas continued. Malaga are five million euros over their wage cap, and could face serious sanctions if financial

15:08

Opinion

Agreeing to disagree

Mark Nayler

Is there anyone out there who isn't fed up with the photos of Pedro Sánchez and Pablo Iglesias, standing side-by-side and grinning robotically after signing their governing pact this week? Yes, they're making an effort to resolve the political ... deadlock that Sunday's election looked set to continue, but two questions now arise. First, if it was so easy for Sánchez's Socialists (the PSOE) and Iglesias' leftist Unidas Podemos (UP) to collaborate this time, why didn't they do so after the 28 April ... might bring those differences into much sharper focus than they are now.

14:52

Sport

Marbella win ensures they remain only unbeaten side in Spain

julio rodríguez

...double their lead, Arribas slicing at the ball when it fell to him in the box. The hosts were stirred into action when they were again let off the hook as Ricardo Carvalho hit the bar. The equaliser came when Óscar plucked a searching ball from Redru

18:08

Sport

Marbella frustrated away in Murcia but remain unbeaten

jesús garcía. adg

Marbella were left wondering what could have been after they were held to a draw away in Murcia on Sunday. The visitors began brightly, with Mustafá causing danger down the flank and Manel and Óscar equally threatening up front. Real Murcia were ... content to sit back and take a more conservative approach, allowing Marbella to take the lion’s share of the posession, and looked for chances to counter when they could. 1 Murcia Armando (32', pen) 1 Marbella Saúl González (66') ... in front. Cubillo’s team were stunned by Murcia’s goal, and their response would have to wait until after the interval. The four corners they earned themselves within the opening minutes of the second half evidenced their determination to claw their

16:56

Local

Vélez-Málaga shop owners consider protests after fall in sales

Eugenio Cabezas

Shop owners in Vélez-Málaga are considering protesting over the pedestrianisation of the town centre after suffering up to 35 per cent fall in sales since the work started, according to spokesperson, Luís García. However, town hall sources have res

14:14

Opinion

Things are seldom what they seem

JEREMY BLATCH

As an investor and wealth manager, I increasingly hear from investors and advisors alike that they 'fancy' or 'like' a specific country to invest in. Over recent years, the huge growth in capital in emerging growth economies in Asia and Latin

14:25

Opinion

Fast backward

Peter Edgerton

...latest culprits to suffer from this hardy delusion. Apparently, they're currently trialling a new feature on mobile devices which enables users to alter the speed of films. While this may be understandable for French films where speeding them up might

14:23

Opinion

Communication breakdown

Mark Nayler

...rhetoric of moderation and compromise with regard to Catalan separatists. Apparently, he now hopes that if he ignores them, they'll just go away. This is a bad error of judgement and one that is already costing the Socialists votes, if the latest opinion

11:10

Local

It's still important to be prepared, despite delay, says ambassador

SUR

British Ambassador to Spain Hugh Elliott issued a statement on Thursday following the confirmation that the UK would not be leaving the EU on 31 October as promised. He said: "The three month extension [until 31 January 2020] removes the immediate