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11:08

Opinion

Share prizes fail

Peter Edgerton

...year but I'd hazard a guess at the following: a cauliflower on a broom handle, a half-eaten cheese and pickle sandwich, a paper clip bent into the shape of Donald Trump's nose and the contents of an artist's airing cupboard. I may be wrong. Anyway,

13:15

Opinion

Difficult questions

Mark Nayler

Andalusian coast (around half of all undocumented immigrants who crossed the Mediterranean last year ended up on Spanish shores). On the other hand, Abascal sounds depressingly like Donald Trump when he talks of deporting, without exception, all illegal

15:58

Opinion

Gastronomic let-downs

ANDREW J. LINN

...equivalent of which in Malaga would be Aldi or Lidl, cost the equivalent of 54 euros. Three times more than the estimated cost here. No wine was bought. Why? Simply because the value-for-money element is skewed, and in spite of Trump's allegation that US

14:08

National

Trump meets Sánchez at NATO summit

Amid this week's tensions between the United States and its allies at the NATO summit in Brussels, Donald Trump and Spain's new prime minister, Pedro Sánchez had the first opportunity to shake hands. As is the concensus between the other NATO ... country leaders, Spain's Sánchez is resisting Trump's call to spend more money on defence. At the summit, Trump showed frustration towards allies who he believes have not spent sufficiently on the measure. In 2014, NATO members pledged they would

15:31

National

Trump demands more NATO spend from Spain

SUR

The US president, Donald Trump, has written to the prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, reminding him of his obligations on defence and the promise of former PM, Mariano Rajoy, to increase military spending to 2 per cent of GDP by 2024. A letter also

16:02

Opinion

Trump - the mirror

Héctor Barbotta

...fellow citizens and neighbours of British origin we live and work with every day. If you look at it from a global perspective, Brexit will be a mere drop compared with the ocean of consequences the arrival of Donald Trump at the White House could have ... consequences are also foreseeable; it's possible that in the future it will be hard to differentiate the repercussions of Brexit from the repercussions of Trump. The arrival of a misogynist, supremacist and xenophobic president is a terrible moral blow. But ... while we censure the absence of blacks and Hispanics in Trump's government we are not even capable of imagining a gypsy or a Muslim in the Spanish cabinet. There's nothing like looking elsewhere to avoid looking at ourselves.

17:46

National

"We're on the verge of some gigantic changes"

FRANK GAVURIN

...tariffs introduced by Donald Trump. "There is good reason for them to be nervous, as they have been targeted," said Jakobsen. Nevertheless, he believes the US President is beginning to realise the limited political usefulness of escalating trade wars,

14:30

Opinion

A vital trip to London

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

...consulates in the US there are posters with details of all the countries that Trump's compatriots are not advised to travel to. Catalonia, with Torra, Guardiola and company, have already managed to put Spain on those lists. But Catalonia is a long way