surinenglish

15:30

BRIT BACK

Tradition

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

POLLY RODGER BROWN

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

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

A. J. LINN

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

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