surinenglish

14:50

Power dangers

The word 'power' has appeared consistently in the press recently whether it be related to a sad assortment of Hollywood sleaze buckets or to embarrassingly inept attempts at regional independence much closer to home

13:33

A load of bull

In response to a letter sent by a reader named John Fitzgerald that contained some entirely unsubstantiated claims about the modern Spanish bullfight

MARK NAYLER

16:20

We're not the only ones in the world

Figures are rising but the external conditions that have favoured the Costa del Sol in the past few years are only temporary

Rachel Haynes

15:45

Judge dreadful

We try our very best not to judge others but, let's face it, we all do

Peter Edgerton

15:30

BRIT BACK

Tradition

POLLY RODGER BROWN

Britain and Spain may seem far apart in their local customs but the spirit of many are shared

15:28

THE EURO ZONE

Hypothetically speaking

The Bank of Spain predicts that the recent turmoil in Catalonia could shave off anywhere between 0.3% and 2.4% off the country's GDP over the next two years

Mark Nayler

15:25

The wine biz

A. J. LINN

Successfully exporting wine, however good and value-for-money, depends on many factors, above all the destination country

14:59

Park life

Why on earth would there be more adults than children at a children's playground?

Peter Edgerton

14:59

THE EURO ZONE

Sad and surreal

Since the now-deposed Catalan president Carles Puigdemont held an illegal independence referendum on 1 October, almost 2,000 companies have moved their headquarters from Catalonia

Mark Nayler

13:20

No time for complexes

Marbella has launched its application to host the eliminatory round of the Davis Cup, when Spain will compete against the UK

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

18:12

Focus on Finance

In the dark

No one, absolutely no one, knows what's going to happen next in the Catalonia saga...

Mark Nayler

17:54

Highs and lows

"Puerto Banús is not what is used to be"

A. J. LINN

15:43

Individuals

It's a lot easier to have people conveniently tucked in their pigeonholes than to face a vast heterogeneous crowd of individuals around us - all unlabelled

Rachel Haynes

18:37

The die is cast

Apart from the 30 or more major firms that have already left, another 692+ companies no longer have their head offices in Catalonia

A. J. LINN

17:34

So long, Hollywood

In the good old days, we all knew where we stood - everything was approximately an hour and a half in duration: films, football matches, arguments with the in-laws, etc.

Peter Edgerton