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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 America

12:46

Local

Ten things you can get fined for doing on Costa del Sol beaches

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...under municipal bylaws that regulate the use of these important public spaces. Although the majority of town halls will turn a blind eye to some things , these particular offences can carry fines of up to four digits in the most serious cases, such as

14:08

Opinion

First things first

Mark Nayler

Following his victory in the European elections last Sunday (his second electoral triumph in a month), Pedro Sánchez has set his sights on increasing Spain's influence in Brussels. This has always been one of the Socialist leader's driving aims, but

15:43

National

"I appreciate people are anxious but my message would be one of reassurance"

Rachel Haynes

...our two countries continue to thrive whatever the institutional framework we're in. Of course Brexit is very important and things will change, but so many things won't change with Brexit, so it's not that different. We are where we are; we want to try ... seen various things happening in parliament but I think the democratic institutions in the UK are really resilient and are working extremely well. More dates announced for Brexit pop-ups In a radio interview on Monday you said you were ... order, but still has that niggling feeling that things might not be exactly as they have been before? I appreciate that this is a time where people are anxious but my message would be one of reassurance that at a government level both the British

12:19

Local

Religious ritual could be behind headless cocks left in river mouth

ÁLVARO FRÍAS

A local resident out on his early-morning walk has made a macabre discovery in one of the channels of water at the mouth of the Guadalhorce river in Malaga. Around a dozen recently decapitated cocks were floating in the water, with traces of blood

18:59

Opinion

Get a grip

Peter Edgerton

...make a stirring speech about hangovers and alarm clocks and the queen and trumpets and housewives and responsibility and things like that. Tom interrupted my thought flow. "Goodnight, Peter. Thank you. We won't see you tomorrow, mind you - it's our

13:46

Travel

The Insider Guide: Saint Petersburg

Andrew Forbes

STAY: Nevsky Forum Nevsky Forum is a good option for those looking for a simple place to stay. Its location, on the Nevsky Prospect, the most central thoroughfare in this huge city, is excellent. From here everything is accessible either by f

14:23

LifeStyle

Five things your optometrist will be looking out for

SUR

An estimated one million people in Spain suffer from glaucoma, but around 500,000 of them are unaware that they have it. Experts say that 25,000 people in Spain who are diagnosed with glaucoma could suffer total blindness, despite following all tr

17:47

Opinion

Saying sorry

REV ADRIAN LOW

...courts. Repeatedly lying, or at least failing to tell the whole story, should never be the stuff of prime ministers, presidents or any other leader. These things are wrong and everyone, but particularly the people who ask for our vote, should admit ... will take a long time. Bluster, blame and bombastic bad-language just make things worse. Deep in the culture of the UK and of Spain are the words of sorry in the Lord's Prayer: Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.

14:43

Opinion

Doing things by halves

Mark Nayler

Spain is losing patience with Theresa May's endless dithering over Brexit, and quite rightly too. Newly-appointed Spanish foreign minister, Josep Borrell, a former president of the EU parliament, announced at the latest EU summit this week that his c