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13:27

LifeStyle

'Tis the season to think eco

Jennie Rhodes

With the European Union’s ban on single-use plastics (SUP) coming into force next year - all EUcountries must have it written into national law by 3 July - why not get ahead and make sure plastics are merely a ghost of Christmases past? There are s

17:54

Opinion

Hip flasks

ANDREW J. LINN

...licensing laws it is obviously more common than in places like Spain, where a drink can always be obtained around the clock. But who habitually carries a hip flask today? Surprisingly, and probably the last person you would think of - Victoria Beckham. She

13:48

Opinion

Sneezy like a Monday morning

Peter Edgerton

Just when you think you've seen it all, you find yourself witnessing something so outlandishly baffling that you're obliged to do a cartoon comedy double take, rub your eyes in disbelief and then smack yourself about the head for half an hour just

12:29

Local

'In Malaga we spend more in bars and restaurants than on the home - but that's changing now'

DARYL FINCH / JUAN SOTO

...friends to our home so much; we tend to go to 'chiringuitos' or to restaurants or to the beach. I think this time gave our customers a totally new view of what the home is, and what it could be. I think many, including myself, realised that they didn't ... plan. Do you think this sudden surge in interest in improving our homes will last? I don't think this is something that will disappear quickly. Even with restrictions easing up and a vaccine arriving, I think people will still have a bit of a mental ... barrier about living life as freely as we did before. My feeling is there will be a continual trend of spending more time in our homes, which we will open up to more people. I also think more people will be free to work from wherever they want in the

15:39

Opinion

Time's up

Mark Nayler

Pedro Sánchez's attempt to push a 2021 budget through parliament next month will be a severe test of his government's legitimacy and efficacy. Worryingly, though, the Socialist leader appears to think that the damage caused by his management of

15:22

Opinion

Complimentary medicine

Peter Edgerton

...much," he smiled, thrusting his opened hand towards me. "Er, glad you had a good time. I think seven across might be 'apple tree'," I mumbled. Ok, not the last bit but, really, it was quite the weirdest thing I'd seen in a long time. The reason for