surinenglish

13:53

The wars of the Moros

Brexit will mean that a separate trademark registration process will be required to guarantee commercial legitimacy in the UK

ANDREW J. LINN

13:49

Rude awakenings

You can never be polite to anybody with a mobile phone clamped to your lug hole, let's face it

Peter Edgerton

13:47

the euro zone

Left-leaning

Errejón's departure hints at internal problems within Podemos and supports the theory that Podemos is looking to reconnect with its leftist roots

Mark Nayler

13:44

Heroes

It is at times such as this when anonymous heroes show their faces

IGNACIO LILLO

13:41

Two syllables

Brexit - I underestimated the seductive powers of that short word

Rachel Haynes

16:36

the euro zone

Minority status

May has her Brexit headache, Sánchez has the budget debacle; what to they have in common? Minority status in their respective parliaments

Mark Nayler

16:34

Radio waves

In popular culture, aliens have often been portrayed more advanced than us; but that's not to say they'd be good at everything we're good at - a big night out, for example

Peter Edgerton

16:26

Remember Rumasa

Starting with the acquisition of sherry producers, by 1983, José María Ruiz Mateos eventually owned 700 companies with 60,000 employees

ANDREW J. LINN

16:23

Tory humiliation

A good politician, in my opinion, should not ask so many questions

ALFREDO TAJÁN

16:22

PET CARE

Not what you see

TV often encourages undesirable or unsafe pet behaviour

PETER HARRISON

19:13

Young wine makers

Vintae has, in just ten years, grouped together 40 bodegas producing wine in 15 regions and two continents

ANDREW J. LINN

17:06

A time for lies

In this era of new technology, when information is more accessible than ever, we've all turned totally and recklessly naïve

ELENA DE MIGUEL

17:05

Peace and reconciliation

The EU's "advancement of peace and reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe" is the argument that needs advancing if we are to stop Brexit

Liz Parry

17:04

THE EURO ZONE

No pain, no gain

There is a risk involved for PM Pedro Sánchez if he's to translate his economic and social policies from theory into reality

Mark Nayler

17:02

Game for a laugh

The line between reality and virtual reality is becoming ever more blurred in our quest for new - to use the buzz word of our times - 'experiences'

Peter Edgerton