surinenglish

19:40

Adios to another wine dynasty

Control of Freixenet, once a family business, has just passed into the hands of the German drinks multinational Henkell, for a sum rumoured to be around 300 million

ANDREW J. LINN

15:28

Back home

Playing minigolf back in Britain resulted in a wave of nostalgia

Peter Edgerton

15:27

Las Kellys hit La Moncloa

The friendly greeting from the receptionist when you first arrive at a hotel and the smile from the waiter who serves you in the cafeteria or on the terrace are of vital importance

Pilar Martínez

15:26

THE EURO ZONE

A perfect storm

It has emerged that Cristina Cifuentes, leader of the conservative PP in Madrid, obtained a master's degree from Rey Juan Carlos University under questionable circumstances

Mark Nayler

14:35

Running out of sense

Aman in apparent good health died in Arcos de la Frontera last weekend after being gored by a bull

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

14:34

The Euro Zone

EU-crazy

Romano Escolano, Spain's incoming economy minister, is already showing where his priorities lie

Mark Nayler

15:56

Waiting

Semana Santa is one of the few occasions in Spain when people know exactly what is going to happen and when

Rachel Haynes

15:55

Under the bored walk

Judging by the scenes on the streets of our big cities these days, taking a normal stroll will soon be a thing of the past

Peter Edgerton

15:51

Terroirific wines

The Germans believe there is more significance in the grape variety, and in Italy they hold that the winemaker's influence carries the day

ANDREW J. LINN

15:44

Green is for "go"

David Davis, the UK Brexit secretary, announced this week that he was sure Monday's proposed deal "does cover Gibraltar"

Mark Nayler

14:03

12 years

In the past, politicians were more likely to be imprisoned than they are today

Héctor Barbotta

14:03

WILDLIFE

Our waste, their pain

Human carelessness can lead to injury or even death for marine life

PETER HARRISON

14:01

Discrimination à la carte

In her book, Fight Back and Win, US lawyer Gloria Allred recounts the details of her fight against restaurants that customarily gave a menu without prices to the lady

ANDREW J. LINN