surinenglish

14:58

Tourism rules

We owe the industry a lot and the least we can do is keep up-to-date. So what's new this week?

Rachel Haynes

14:56

Meeting of masters

It really is a no-brainer. You ask all the wine-producing regions of the world whether they would like to host a conference of the Masters of Wine, then wait for offers to rain in

ANDREW J. LINN

14:53

The euro zone

A taxing job ahead

This week saw a flurry of policy announcements from Spain's new Socialist government, including some classic leftist spending plans

Mark Nayler

14:45

Shades of summer

Everyone who wears sunglasses always looks exactly the same to me unless they have a particularly distinguishing gait. A typically embarrassing scenario usually unfolds

Peter Edgerton

13:30

Surge pricing

Is it reasonable to charge a diner the same rate on a Monday night as on a Saturday?

ANDREW J. LINN

18:15

THE EURO ZONE

Hey, small spender

US president Donald Trump has told new Spanish prime minister Pedro Sánchez that Spain is not spending enough money on defence

Mark Nayler

16:31

Hollywood to Catalonia

There are good stories behind many wines, but the Jean Leon brand is exceptional

ANDREW J. LINN

15:58

The cave

The whole world is a cave, one big one

PABLO ARANDA

15:56

Jazz rules

I thought I'd offer some clear guidelines as to what truly constitutes jazz, so that we can all get some proper focus going

Peter Edgerton

15:54

PET CARE

Dangerous toys

Consider the risks when buying playthings for pets

ERNY HARRISON

14:52

Private Clublandia

The term 'club' is chic in any language, but in Spain at least it should never be taken at face value

ANDREW J. LINN

14:44

World Cup injustice

The sports correspondents tell us that the countries with the most travelling fans in the Moscow stands are curiously not the prosperous European nations but the so-called "emerging" or "developing" countries

Héctor Barbotta

14:43

THE EURO ZONE

Doing things by halves

Pending a long-overdue revelation by the UK of its Brexit plans, Spain is right to reject proposals by May for a half-arsed divorce

Mark Nayler

14:42

Making notes

Playing the guitar standard isn't very difficult… not compared to singing close harmony backing vocals

Peter Edgerton

18:25

the euro zone

Quid pro quo

Pedro Sánchez's first headache is being caused by the fraught issue of regional financing

Mark Nayler