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15:52

National

Former French PM to stand as Barcelona mayor

SUR

...and who will not campaign against him, and he is hoping to secure a "non-aggression pact" with the conservative PP party. But it is from the Socialist PSOE party that many votes are also expected to come. Advisers are betting that the

14:09

Local

On the final straight of the campaign trail

Rachel Haynes

Susana Díaz, who was in Marbella on Tuesday with prime minister Pedro Sánchez, hopes to keep her job. Opinion polls point to her winning the most votes, as she did in 2015, but not an overall majority. Last term's pact with centrist Ciudadanos (C's), led

11:09

Local

Tyler resigns IU whip but keeps Manilva town hall responsibilities

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...against the 43 votes for existing local IU leader, Antonio Barragán. "When you're in a group, you have to feel part of it. They said that I was excluding myself, but I'm independent. They have not taken me into account in decisions. It's a pity," said

17:51

Opinion

Stumbling blocks

Mark Nayler

Sánchez's proposed 2019 budget, mainly because the PSOE leader wasn't prepared to give potential allies what they wanted in return for their votes. It's a familiar story (the minority government of Mariano Rajoy, Sánchez's predecessor, had the same ... relies for parliamentary votes. Sources also said that another Podemos request - namely, that Spain's deficit-reduction targets be reduced and public spending increased - was rejected by Sánchez. Fair enough: the Socialist administration has already

16:55

Opinion

Collateral damage

Mark Nayler

...rest of Spain. That indifference is on display again, manifested in the ERC and PDeCAT's intention to derail Sánchez's already-delayed spending plan: because the minority Socialist administration depends on those parties' votes to pass legislation, a

13:47

Opinion

Left-leaning

Mark Nayler

...position as Secretary General with 89% of the party's votes. But the rift exposed differences between the two men that have clearly proved irreconcilable. Errejón is less crusading and more pragmatic than Iglesias: he was critical of the Podemos leader's

18:25

Opinion

Quid pro quo

Mark Nayler

Basque Nationalist Party (PNV)'s support for his 2018 budget; before that, the PNV had been withholding its votes because of Rajoy's imposition of direct rule over Catalonia. The Basques finally said "yes" to a spending plan that allocates their region ... that happens, the budget will be returned to the lower house for another vote. Sánchez will then have to try and pass the new spending plan by selling it to his own minority government, which opposed it in the first place, and securing the votes of a

14:27

National

PP and Cs sign off coalition pact in Andalucía and Vox will support it

SUR

...stronghold of Spain in Granada in 1492. However, amid accusations that Vox was merely "grandstanding" and was still in election mode, on Wednesday afternoon, the PP announced that the votes of Vox's MPs had been guaranteed in a 37-point agreement between

11:44

National

Pedro Sánchez is Spain's new prime minister after vote of no confidence in Rajoy

SUR

...achieved 180 votes in favour of his motion, with 169 against and one abstention. The ‘express’ no-confidence debate had been called by the PSOE in response to last week’s judgments against the PP and several former top members in the massive Gürtel ... get enough votes to succeed at the start of the debate on the no-confidence motion on Thursday, it became clear that smaller parties were rallying to the call and the PP became increasingly nervous. Rajoy accused Sánchez, who isn’t a sitting MP at the

15:18

National

Electoral breakthrough for far-right Vox

SUR

...to Catalan separatism has also been cited by observers, where many feel the PSOE government nationally has been too generous to those involved in the illegal independence movement. Analysis shows that moderate votes from both the left and right wing

13:55

National

New PP leader gets to work as party splits refuse to go away

SUR

...conference vote, Casado picked up almost all the votes of the earlier rejected candidates, especially third-placed Maria Dolores de Cospedal, former defence secretary. That was enough to give Casado a majority over Sáenz de Santamaría. Casado is on the

12:26

LifeStyle

Choose your favourite pizza

SUR

...trip to Rome. The votes from the public will also decide which of the pizzas will go through to the final stage of the competition. The pizza with the most votes from the general public will earn its creators 1,000 euros worth of advertising in

11:14

Local

Mayors lead flood aid protests as authorities announce help

SUR

votes. Meanwhile on Wednesday, the national government's representative for Malaga province, María Gámez, said she had received requests for 128 million euros in aid. Damaged infrastructure Of the 37.7 million euros aid announced by the regional

16:14

Opinion

Deal or no deal

Mark Nayler

Socialists hold 84 seats in the Congress of Deputies (lower house) and Iglesias' party has 67; their combined 151 votes for the 2019 budget are still short of the 176 required for a parliamentary majority. Unfortunately for Sánchez, he also needs approval

20:28

National

Andalusian regional elections called for 2 December

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

...difficult in the last month since centrist Ciudadanos, whose support was needed by the ruling PSOE to get its votes passed, decided to break the pact between the two parties agreed in 2015. In the 109-seat chamber, where 55 seats are needed for a majority,

11:50

National

Catalan separatists consider choosing a president via Skype

SUR

...in, but he is held in jail and, if let out, would only be able to attend votes. A further option being considered, and favoured by those against more confrontation with Madrid, is that the five MPs in Belgium, including Puigdemont, and the three in