surinenglish

11:08

Gone direction

How's a man supposed to get his bearings in a such hellish surroundings?

Peter Edgerton

10:55

A day of two halves

48.3% of Catalans oppose independence, while 44% are in favour

Mark Nayler

14:37

Is there spaghetti in Bologna?

The Italian dish that has popularised its country's cuisine worldwide is a total fraud

ANDREW J. LINN

11:30

Laugh or cry?

Brexit has turned Britain into the "laughing stock" of Europe, and it would be hard to find a better script for a comedy movie

Rachel Haynes

11:26

Supermarket weep

The only saving grace was that Kenny G was drowned out in the rumpus

Peter Edgerton

15:27

Let us pay

The expectation we have for getting everything for the minimum possible cost - or none at all - in return for as little effort as possible, surely isn't sustainable

Peter Edgerton

15:25

Poison chalice

It is hardly surprising that last week it was acknowledged that nearly all the wines made in the US have dangerously high levels of glyphosate, thanks to Roundup, a pesticide made by Monsanto

ANDREW J. LINN

15:23

the euro zone

Doom and gloom

The rate of Spain's GDP expansion has consistently beaten the eurozone average over the last five years

Mark Nayler

15:19

Candy floss

While the anti-Brexit candy floss is outraged, it would seem the old school ties really have taken over the country

Jennie Rhodes

11:15

food & drink

The magic key

When selecting a wine to drink from an old collection, a common misfortune is to err on the side of opening a bottle that has still to reach its best. There is a solution and it is called the 'wine key'

ANDREW J. LINN

13:15

Difficult questions

Santiago Abascal sounds depressingly like Donald Trump when he talks of deporting, without exception, all illegal immigrants

Mark Nayler

12:32

Traditions or torment?

I am certainly not opposed to anyone enjoying themselves, but when the decibel level is frequently so high that hearing can be affected, I believe we have a right to complain

Debbie Bartlett

15:36

REVIEW

Too perverse for words

'Perversity. Femmes Fatales in Modern Art (1880-1950)' is the Museo Carmen Thyssen's summer crowd-puller

GEORGINA OLIVER