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13:08

National

'Rebel' separatist MPs banned from attending Congreso sessions

SUR

...still on trial, parliament is entitled to tell them not to attend. These MPs now have to decide whether to keep the seats, meaning their votes cannot be counted in the upcoming vote on next prime minister, or give them up to others lower down their ... Turull and Josep Rull, three of the MPs of the Junts Per Catalunya party are expected to keep their seats in Congreso. Raül Romeva of the ERC has a seat in the separate Senate where votes are less crucial. In Congreso, the absence of any separatist

12:59

National

Brits encouraged to write to MPs ahead of second reading of Votes for Life Bill

Jennie Rhodes

Groups campaigning for the rights of Britons living abroad are encouraging citizens to write to their UK constituency MP to ask them to back the Votes for Life bill. The second reading of a Private Member's Bill, which is being led by Glyn Davies, ... Conservative MP for Montgomeryshire, is due to be heard in the House of Commons on Friday 23 February. While Private Members' Bills do not generally form part of planned UK government legislation, Votes For Life, which would scrap the current law that UK

12:12

Opinion

A step too far

Mark Nayler

...of needing the votes of Catalan separatists, this time in order to be sworn in as prime minister. He eventually secured them, but only after agreeing to discuss the issue of Catalan independence, or at least the possibility of a legal referendum on

19:23

Local

Spain goes to the polls this Sunday with the right more divided than ever

Rachel Haynes

...far-right, group Vox. The group’s leader, Santiago Abascal, was not present in the debates in person, but Sunday may show that this was to his advantage as his invisible lectern caught the votes lost by the quarrelling debaters. The latest CIS opinion poll ... showed Pedro Sánchez as clear winner by votes, but in need of the help of Unidos Podemos and at least the Basque Nationalists to reach the 198 overall majority. A right-wing coalition, however, would be possible if the PP, Cs and Vox scored enough to

20:02

LifeStyle

'No election has divided America as much as this one'

Ivan Gelibter

...context of 2020 and the extraordinary presidency of Donald Trump are making this election one of the most important in America’s short history as a country, and the record number of early votes (people can vote in the weeks before election day) is a ... apart from one or two exceptions they have already voted. Divided country One, for example, is Lucca Movaldi, who was born in San Diego (although he votes in the state of Nevada). He has been living on the Costa del Sol for over 15 years and makes

15:39

Opinion

Time's up

Mark Nayler

...one was required seven months later. If Sánchez can't get this one through, serious doubt will have been cast on his ability to pass legislation through the proper parliamentary procedures, as opposed to using Royal Decree - the no-votes

13:41

LifeStyle

Amaia and Alfred will represent Spain in Eurovision

MIGUEL ÁNGEL ALFONSO

Alfred and Amaia will represent Spain in the next Eurovision Song Contest, which will take place in Lisbon between the 8 and 12 May. The duo gained 43 per cent of the audience’s vote at a special edition of ‘Operación Triunfo’, a music reality tele

22:14

National

No-confidence motion by Vox fails

SUR

...would succeed this week. Most speculation during the two-day debate was how the conservative Partido Popular (PP) party would vote. While some thought its MPs would abstain, rather than support Vox, a party that has been taking votes from it on the

16:03

Opinion

Deep freeze

Mark Nayler

Popular Party (PP) was on display again this week, as PP leader Pablo Casado refused to back a new budget or to approve new appointments within the Constitutional Court or the CGPJ legal watchdog, both of which require his party's votes in congress.

18:09

National

Government looks to renew state of alarm for another month

SUR

...legislation and the main, conservative PP party promised recently to vote against him next time round. On Thursday this week, centre-right Ciudadanos and left-wing Compromis told the government that their votes couldn't be relied on for the extension either. ... can win concessions from the government. Madrid needs the votes of ERC or Cs to succeed and is looking for a way of softening the terms of the state of alarm to gain their support. It says it needs the state of alarm to stay in place in some form to

13:17

Local

Costa tourism bosses angry that Canaries may get better treatment

Pilar Martínez

"inadmissible discrimination. He added, "...we are not going to tolerate that, in exchange for the votes of a nationalist party, the workers in one region benefit and not all Spain." Some local tourism bosses congratulated the CC on its political agility but

12:14

Opinion

Strings attached

Mark Nayler

Increasingly, it goes about its business with a concerning opacity, making deals with opposition parties in exchange for parliamentary votes, refusing to answer journalists' questions about newly announced legislation and pushing through "emergency" laws by

18:06

National

Pedro Sánchez fails to win support of MPs to form next government

SUR

...madrid. Spain's MPs will go into their summer breaks without having chosen a new prime minister. Pedro Sánchez, PSOE Socialist party leader, didn't secure enough votes in two rounds of voting this week in the Madrid Congreso after failing to gain ... the support of left-wing Unidas Podemos (UP) for his candidacy. FIRST VOTE RESULT Absolute majority required. In Tuesday's first vote by MPs in Congreso, Pedro Sánchez failed to win the 176 votes needed in the 350-seat chamber. Votes in favour. ... 124 (the PSOE's own MPs plus one Cantabrian regionalist). Votes against. 170 'no' votes from PP, Ciudadanos, Vox, ERC, Junts per Catalunya, Navarra Suma and Coalición Canaria. Abstentions. 52: Unidas Podemos, PNV, Compromís and Bildu. SECOND

14:48

Opinion

Inside job

Mark Nayler

...minister Nadia Calviño lost out last week to her Irish counterpart; the Spaniard had been promised the necessary ten votes but secured only nine, meaning someone changed their mind at the last minute. It's certainly a political blow for Spain, coming as