surinenglish

12:49

the euro zone

Double standards

Vox's ministers in Andalucía are backed by a hefty chunk of taxpayers' money - this is the same party that recently campaigned for a reduction in public funding for political groups

Mark Nayler

12:45

Business as usual

Just how many years is it going to take for microaggressions against women to disappear?

Jennie Rhodes

12:43

Fraud focus

I have a hard and fast rule: don't click on any links in emails, ever

Peter Edgerton

13:43

food & drink

Anyone for cheese?

Dairy products are not a feature of the Mediterranean diet, nor is there an established tradition of milk and cheese consumption in southern Europe

ANDREW J. LINN

11:59

THE EURO ZONE

Something in the way

Ciudadanos is shaping up to be the kingmaker on 28 April, possessing the ideological flexibility to team up with parties to its right or left

Mark Nayler

11:56

Good buy my love

The time finally came to buy a new jacket after putting it off for the last couple of years. But how do you even go about shopping these days?

Peter Edgerton

11:53

Equal opportunities - in the home too

Women may be able to access senior management positions, but they are still considered responsible for bringing up their children and running their household

Rachel Haynes

14:33

Website on the menu

Many restaurants these days do not spend nearly enough time on their websites

ANDREW J. LINN

14:29

Mansplaining

PP leader Pablo Casado offered a text book example last week when he said: "I think that it's good for pregnant women to know what they are carrying inside: an autonomous life."

ELENA DE MIGUEL

14:27

The euro zone

Spelling it out

With a general election imminent, Spain's major political parties are reminding voters of what they stand for

Mark Nayler

14:25

Every loser wins

Losing's brilliant, and I should know; it makes you buck up your ideas and encourages you to concentrate on the things you're half decent at

Peter Edgerton

16:32

Cannabis wine

Ever since the cannabis plant was discovered to generate strange effects, it has been used for a variety of practices other than rolling joints

ANDREW J. LINN

16:28

Paralysis

The usual slowing of demand in the tourism industry is not the worst part of an election year

Pilar Martínez

15:45

Facts machine

Having presented pub quizzes for twenty-one years does mean that you can usually come up with some distracting snippet of information if people start talking about something dull

Peter Edgerton

15:42

THE EURO ZONE

Take a (back) seat

The economy is likely to play second fiddle to the Catalan issue when the Spanish electorate go to the polls

Mark Nayler