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10:23

LifeStyle

In search of the best sardines on the Costa del Sol

CARMEN ALCARAZ

...with the most votes will win 1,000 euros' worth of advertising in Malaga en la Mesa. The judging panel, which includesSUR's gastronomy critic Enrique Bellver, will select five finalists to prepare and cook an espeto in 15 minutes. The winner of the

18:42

National

Spain's first coronavirus home lockdown was illegal, rules top court

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

The strict home lockdown, ordered to control the spread of the coronavirus during Spain's first state of alarm, was unconstitutional a top court has ruled - by six votes in favour and five against. In a historic judgement the Constitutional Court

12:28

LifeStyle

9 July 1993: Felipe González begins fourth term in office

Jennie Rhodes

...electorate went to the polls, a higher turnout than in previous years and votes were concentrated on the two main parties: the PSOE and the Spanish conservative Partido Popular (PP). Minority parties which previously had seats in the government made big ... Marbella's local elections just two years earlier. The GIL party, which had candidates in every province in Andalucía, won only one tenth of the votes. Felipe González, who was first elected as prime minister in 1982 with a landslide victory when he

14:54

Gibraltar

Gibraltar votes in favour of a more flexible abortion law

DEBBIE BARTLETT

Gibraltar voted in favour of a more flexible abortion law in a referendum on the Rock on Thursday. Around 62% of voters said 'yes' to a change that will allow termination up to 12 weeks, in the poll that attracted a turnout of little more than 52%.

17:51

Opinion

Pardon?

Mark Nayler

...yet you don't hear the PP or Vox objecting to it on such grounds. The opposition claims that Sánchez will issue the pardons because he relies on Catalan separatists' votes in congress, and so is really granting a "self-pardon". But if greater

22:06

National

Pablo Iglesias loses his ponytail

SUR

...ex-right hand man, Íñigo Errejón, believed that the best strategy for winning votes was to put the image of Iglesias and his ponytail onto the papers, hoping people would associate the two with Podemos. The former second deputy prime minister left