surinenglish

17:24

THE EURO ZONE

Running over budget?

As the PM tries to pass his 2019 budget, the pros and cons of austerity economics and the validity of EU fiscal targets will dominate economic debate in Spain

Mark Nayler

17:02

Where to draw the line

Last week's incident in which the racist attitude of a passenger who refused to travel next to a black woman was tolerated, should not go unpunished, however much power or influence these companies have

Héctor Barbotta

16:36

Mariah Scarey

Hallowe'en is coming and I thought a compilation of some of the scariest things that have ever happened to me wouldn't go amiss

Peter Edgerton

16:34

National treasures at risk

The prestigious old wines currently being bottled and sold in limited quantities are inadequate

ANDREW J. LINN

09:15

The rain in Spain

When the rain lashes down outside, you just know intuitively that any arrangements or appointments you have made for the day are now deemed invalid

Peter Edgerton

12:12

An alternative pet

A substitute for a dog or a cat

ERNY HARRISON PET CARE

12:04

Striking doctors

The doctors who work in our health centres have started to feel increasingly disillusioned, frustrated, uncomfortable and impotent

Ángel Escalera

11:51

AN INTERESTING CONFLICT

Spain's Economy minister is sure that her government's proposed 2019 budget will go down well with the EU Commission

MARK NAYLER

16:14

the euro zone

Deal or no deal

The Sánchez-Iglesias spending plan needs more than just Podemos' support to be passed to the Senate - that's where the problems begin

Mark Nayler

16:08

Keep it down, please

The fact that Spanish people talk in loud voices is one of the first cultural differences that hits those of us brought up in quieter countries as soon as we step off the aeroplane

Rachel Haynes

16:00

Monumental effort

It's in the little Taj Mahals that surround us every day that the real beauty resides

Peter Edgerton

14:51

the euro zone

Going down

Just as Spain was emerging from a tortuous recession, it was revealed that between October 2010 and November 2011, Rato - then chairman of a collapsing Bankia - spent almost €100,000 on secret corporate cards

Mark Nayler