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14:18

Opinion

Layers of the Covid cake

Mark Nayler

Here's a typical sentence on Covid and Spain's economy, taken from a Reuter's report published last week: commenting on the year-on-year 22% rise in unemployment seen last December, the news outlet said that the "brutal economic contraction induced b

20:23

Opinion

Cause célèbre

Mark Nayler

It's become trendy to support Catalan independence, as was shown by a manifesto released this week by separatist civic group Omnium Cultural. Calling for renewed dialogue between Madrid and the region's pro-independence government, it carries the sig

18:41

Opinion

Feeding frenzy

Mark Nayler

A feeding frenzy has begun for the EU's "Next Generation" recovery funds, with several top Spanish companies pitching for their share of the post-Covid bonanza. It's heady stuff, with CEOs breathlessly talking of Spain becoming the digital "Heathrow

17:49

Opinion

A king's ransom

Mark Nayler

This week, Spain's King emeritus, Juan Carlos, paid almost €680,000 in back taxes - a hefty settlement that in no way implies that he's guilty of the more serious fraud charges pending against him. It does, however, make one wonder why the once-belov

12:23

Opinion

Making things better

Mark Nayler

Living as we are with inconvenient and, in many cases, completely unjustified, travel restrictions, it was heartening to hear economy minister Nadia Calviño announcing on Wednesday that there's "good news" to celebrate. Calviño was referring to Spain

12:12

Opinion

A step too far

Mark Nayler

The pro-independence Catalan Republican Left (ERC) has become steadily more confident over the last two years, using its small but pivotal presence in parliament to pin Pedro Sánchez to the wall. This week, the ERC made its most audacious demands of

19:17

Opinion

An easy ride

Mark Nayler

Brussels tentatively approved Spain's proposed budget for 2021 on Wednesday, but Pedro Sánchez's toughest test is yet to come - namely, pushing it through a lower house of MPs in which his Socialist party and their leftist partner Podemos lack a majo

16:01

Opinion

Breaking fake news

Mark Nayler

The bizarre "anti-disinformation" initiative unveiled by the Spanish government this week is ostensibly intended to protect the population from foreign interference in election campaigns. If that is indeed the actual justification of the "Procedure f

13:41

Opinion

No exceptions

Mark Nayler

It would appear that Spain's royal family has experienced hard times over recent years, with the emergence this week of yet another fraud investigation into emeritus king Juan Carlos. This one, which is now in the hands of a prosecutor at the Supreme