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14:52

LifeStyle

Two doctors in Malaga, among the most highly valued in Spain

Ángel Escalera

...criteria into account: the opinions of patients, votes from colleagues within the same speciality and the contribution the nominees have made to the community of patients. Dr García Campos, who trained as a specialist in allergies and immunology at the

17:47

Opinion

Saying sorry

REV ADRIAN LOW

...participation in society, and their votes." Calling people names, suggesting that laws, made by parliament are 'surrender bills', that the Supreme Court of the UK is not only wrong, but is an agent of remainers, all undermine the trust in our democracy and our

11:44

Local

Juanma Moreno to become next Junta president after PP and Cs seal coalition pact

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

...negotiations, which resulted in a Cs MP, Marta Bosquet, being put forward and voted in as president. She gained the 59 votes (PP, Cs and Vox) ahead of the only other candidate, Inmaculada Nieto of the left-wing group Adelante Andalucía, who gained the support of ... theory, as the leader of the party with the most votes (the PSOE gained 33 seats), she has the right to try first to be elected as president, even though the new coalition pact guarantees her failure. However, the final decision as to whether she can stand

12:45

LifeStyle

12 April 1931: Local elections led to the Second Republic

Debbie Bartlett

...introduced new rights such as freedom of speech, freedom of association and votes for women, legalised divorce and removed the special legal status of the nobility and the Church. However, when civil war broke out in 1936, the history of the country once

16:03

Opinion

Happy holidays

Mark Nayler

...the first two investiture votes. It'd be good to see a little more proactiveness from the leaders of Spain's other political parties, who have apparently given up and headed to the beach for the rest of the summer. As acting prime minister and

12:30

Opinion

How do I look?

Mark Nayler

...incongruity between Spain being promoted in this respect while being demoted in the "Control of Corruption" category. It was depressing watching Sánchez's defeat in the investiture votes, even though I did so perched at the bar in my local with an ice-cold