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16:00

Opinion

Disconnected villages

IGNACIO LILLO

...anyone would base their decision to have a child on a benefit that would barely get them through the first month) and other equally senseless and anecdotal measures. The worst thing is that the solution, or at least much of it, is actually within reach.

15:53

Sport

The supply teacher

Rob Palmer

Cast your minds back to the time when a supply teacher took over the classroom from the regular tutor. At first, he's welcomed for his laissez faire attitude which gives the kids freedom to express themselves but after a few weeks, and, especially at

14:56

Opinion

The virus is still with us

Ángel Escalera

worst case scenario, we all went back into lockdown. Now we are in what they are calling the "new normal", but let's bear in mind that this normal does not mean going back to living exactly as we did before the appearance of SARS-CoV-2 - because we

17:16

Opinion

It's all relative

Mark Nayler

...unemployment rate. In its worst case scenario, the Bank of Spain envisages public debt rising to 119% of GDP this year, possibly reducing (in its most optimistic projection) to 112% next year. The Bank's gloomiest forecast for unemployment sees it hitting a

16:40

National

Data analysis suggests Spain has had 15,000 more deaths through Covid-19 than officially stated

NURIA TRIGUERO

worst-hit Spanish provinces: Madrid and Guadalajara have close to a 73% excess mortality each and Segovia almost double the normal amount. 2020 figures similar to 2018 There is one further interesting local conclusion reached by the INE analysis of ... large outbreak of flu. The worst week for deaths in the first part of 2018 in Malaga province was actually higher than the worst week in 2020 during the Covid-19 crisis.

14:17

Opinion

No business as normal

Mark Nayler

...will feel far from normal, even though the worst of the Covid-19 health crisis has passed. An Andalusian summer without ferias will be like a British summer without rained-off Wimbledon matches: surreal, missing a vital, iconic element. Such