surinenglish

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

17:30

THE EURO ZONE

From bad to worse

The Spanish government has lowered its GDP growth forecast for Spain in 2018 from 2.6% to 2.3%

Mark Nayler

14:13

Nightmare

We spend so much time on urgent things that we don't spend enough of it on those which are important

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

18:06

brit back

Holiday

Tourists pack the quaint and beautiful places in Britain during the summer

POLLY RODGER BROWN

17:58

The human factor

So many jobs and commercial and professional activities will disappear in favour of robots during the next decade

A. J. LINN

15:15

Eternal blame

Refusing to take responsibility for our errors has become something of an international sport of late

Peter Edgerton

15:14

THE EURO ZONE

Time-out

Catalan president Carles Puigdemont slowed down secession proceedings

Mark Nayler

13:18

Flying so low

The only surprising thing is that some people seemed to find Monarch's collapse surprising. It's anything but

PETER EDGERTON

13:14

THE EURO ZONE

What now?

The business world started to get nervous about the standoff between Spain's two leading cities during last week's events in Catalonia

Mark Nayler

15:01

What's going on in Spain?

It's autumn already, and after one of the most magnificent summers for Spain, Andalucía and Malaga in history as far as tourism is concerned, the industry is already thinking about next year

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

14:56

Trapped

More than two million Catalonians feel trapped in Spain and thousands of British tourists have been stranded on the Costa del Sol

PABLO ARANDA