surinenglish

15:10

Bossed in translation

Translating literature, poetry or song lyrics is quite difficult to do but extraordinarily stimulating and satisfying if you manage to do it well

Peter Edgerton

15:18

the eurozone

BLAME IT ON THE BOOZE

Jeroen Dijsselbloem's remarks were interpreted as being directed at the EU's troubled southern members and caused outrage amongst MEPs

MARK NAYLER

15:41

the eurozone

THE VICIOUS CIRCLE OF BREXIT

The nature of Brexit will be determined precisely by negotiations that are being soured before they've even begun

Mark Nayler

15:40

Over to Mijas

In recent years Mijas has made use of the Marbella umbrella in a different way

Héctor Barbotta

15:37

IS THE EURO REALLY THE DEUTSCHMARK?

Germany today has the largest current account surplus of any economy due in no small measure to the credit risk management of the Bundesbank

JEREMY BLATCH

15:36

The brothers of invention

If we all had a little more spare time, who knows what genius idea we could come up with?

Peter Edgerton

19:39

The Brexit effect

Restaurants are already having to cut costs as a result of the referendum result

A. J. LINN

19:36

Let's not fight

Experts argue that Spain can't afford to display hostility towards the UK in the forthcoming negotiations

Mark Nayler

19:33

A moment in time

At a time when there is so much pain and suffering in the world, we should cherish the magical moments when they come along

CHARLOTTE HUDSON

19:31

So traumatic for the people

We appear to be hell bent these days, on trying do outdo each other as to who among us has the most to complain about

Peter Edgerton

15:08

THE EURO ZONE

Schrödinger's sentences

One cannot help but wonder if Rato's and Blesa's sentences for serious fraud will ultimately prove merely symbolic

Mark Nayler

15:07

The boy in the bubble

It's not good only being exposed to views that are just like your own

Peter Edgerton

19:35

THE EURO ZONE

Setting an example

A spate of recently-announced investigations into senior bankers accused of financial misconduct might well boost Spain's standing for banks fleeing London

Mark Nayler