surinenglish

16:18

the euro zone

We're back, baby

Spain's foreign visitor levels fell for the first time since 2009, but where did these holidaymakers go instead?

Mark Nayler

18:58

THE BIGGER PICTURE

Heads you win, tails I lose

During the past 30 years it has been easy to make money in bonds, as interest rates have declined to historic lows. This is no longer the case

JEREMY BLATCH

18:57

The Euro zone

Digging deep

Digging up Franco is the necessary first stage of a much more challenging task - but can Pedro Sánchez pull it off?

Mark Nayler

18:55

Confidence tricks

A perfectly weighted put-down is sometimes what fledgling performers need

Peter Edgerton

18:51

Colours

This week, the last in August, has been a colourful if not eventful one

Rachel Haynes

18:49

Anisaki

Immediate extraction of this time of worm, before it passes into the intestine, is the best solution

ANDREW J. LINN

18:09

the euro zone

Let's talk

The Spanish king is now the most reviled public figure among Catalan separatists - in stark contrast to PM Pedro Sánchez, even though his position is broadly the same

Mark Nayler

17:37

Passion play

Last week, I finally got round to taking my battered old guitar to the workshop of my good friend Enrique, luthier extraordinaire

Peter Edgerton

18:56

THE EURO ZONE

A man with a plan?

With his eye on the 2020 general election, Sánchez is trying to increase support for Spain's Socialist party; so far, he's succeeding

Mark Nayler

18:54

The good and the bad

A wave of racist activism coincided with the government's decision to allow the 'Aquarius' to dock in Valencia, and the subsequent visit of Pablo Casado to the Algeciras port

Héctor Barbotta

18:51

Net prophets

Beforehand we would modify our behaviour because we were concerned that an almighty and omnipresent being might smite us, nowadays our greatest concern is that we may be caught on some bloke's camera while up to no good and, later, be publicly shamed on the net

Peter Edgerton

18:49

Customers' revenge

A few weeks ago this column featured some of the typical complaints that restaurants make regarding their customers; now it is the customers' opportunity to give their side of the story

ANDREW J. LINN

18:12

Forward is forearmed

There are many and varied ways people act in a manner that's diametrically opposed to the natural order of things

Peter Edgerton

18:08

Pride of the Costa del Sol

Cudeca has laid the first stone on its new palliative care training centre having forged an incomparable reputation on the Costa since 1991

Liz Parry