surinenglish

13:15

Difficult questions

Santiago Abascal sounds depressingly like Donald Trump when he talks of deporting, without exception, all illegal immigrants

Mark Nayler

12:32

Traditions or torment?

I am certainly not opposed to anyone enjoying themselves, but when the decibel level is frequently so high that hearing can be affected, I believe we have a right to complain

Debbie Bartlett

15:36

REVIEW

Too perverse for words

'Perversity. Femmes Fatales in Modern Art (1880-1950)' is the Museo Carmen Thyssen's summer crowd-puller

GEORGINA OLIVER

15:29

food & drink

Old bloggers never die

How far bloggers actually exert any influence on their chosen world depends of course on the number of followers they have

ANDREW J. LINN

15:23

THE BIGGER PICTURE

Are bonds really safer than stocks?

Conventional investment wisdom and modern portfolio theory say that fixed-interest securities are safer than equities - but is that necessarily true?

JEREMY BLATCH

15:12

Sticking plasters

The Bishop's decision to move Father Jesús and the sentencing of one 16-year-old does not tackle the root of the problem

Jennie Rhodes

15:09

THE EURO ZONE

What to do?

Come the end of the holidays, prime minister Pedro Sánchez's to-do list will be miles long

Mark Nayler

16:03

THE EURO ZONE

Happy holidays

Despite the lack of new government, nothing will happen for the rest of the month now

Mark Nayler

16:00

Fair poor convention

Spain in general, and Malaga in particular, has an abundance of marvellous traditions but the annual fair is not one of them

Peter Edgerton

16:00

Red column

The regional government is toying with the idea of charging admission for its monuments

PABLO ARANDA

15:58

food & drink

Gastronomic let-downs

In spite of Trump's allegation that US wines are unfairly treated by the EU's import tariffs, actually no-one wants them

ANDREW J. LINN