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17:31

Opinion

A bad idea

Mark Nayler

Is protecting or augmenting workers' rights compatible with returning Spain's economy to health in the wake of the Covid-19 (C19) crisis? That's the key question posed by the Spanish government's most recent pledge - namely, to enact the "complete de

15:38

Opinion

What's the plan?

Mark Nayler

The Spanish government's ambitious and expensive welfare plans will have to be put on hold, possibly abandoned, in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. That was one of the underlying messages conveyed by Bank of Spain governor Pablo Hernández de Cos in

15:33

Opinion

Law and disorder

MARK NAYLER

There were more signs this week that Spain's Socialist government is too attached to draconian confinement measures as a means of dealing with Covid-19, with parts of Andalucía, Madrid and Valencia inexplicably refused permission to move onto Phase O

14:59

Opinion

One hit wonder

Mark Nayler

The Covid-19 pandemic has revealed how deep Spain's political divides are, with aggressive mudslinging once again characterising the weekly congressional session on Wednesday. Vox, especially, sees the enemy it wants to see in Pedro Sánchez's minorit

15:25

Opinion

A difficult summer

Mark Nayler

One of the biggest challenges faced by Pedro Sánchez's government over the coming weeks is restarting Spain's hospitality sector - the engine of the Spanish economy, accounting for 12% of the country's GDP - while also preventing another surge in cas

17:57

Opinion

Grant application

Mark Nayler

This week, Spain's economy minister Nadia Calviño highlighted something that the EU has always struggled with when handing out aid packages, providing loans or setting fiscal targets for its member states. "It cannot be that some countries are able t

22:09

Opinion

A united front

Mark Nayler

The weekly congressional debate on Wednesday was an exasperating but all-too-familiar affair. As represented by the Popular Party (PP) and Vox, the Spanish right revelled in the kind of pointlessly antagonistic, tribal behaviour that has caused so ma

14:46

Opinion

A new approach

Mark Nayler

I might be perceived as backtracking in this column. In my defence, though, everyone is working things out as they go when it comes to this pandemic, even (or "especially") governments. So you'll forgive me, I hope, when I slightly modify the line th

16:57

Opinion

With good reason?

Mark Nayler

With at least another week to go before lockdown is lifted in Spain, there's insufficient proof that the reduction of citizens' freedoms imposed by the government is slowing the spread of Covid-19 (CV-19). Despite severe restrictions on movement that

16:27

Opinion

Marshalling the forces

Mark Nayler

In a speech on Monday, prime minister Pedro Sánchez implied that it would be irrational for Brussels to refuse his requests for aid in dealing with the economic impact of Covid-19. The Socialist leader has a point: what does the EU think it's for if