Mark Nayler

A notable absence

Coming as it does in an election year, the Conservatives' abstention from voting should be an antidote to complacency on Sánchez's part

    • 24 Mar 2023 13:41

      Peter Edgerton /

      Fair and square

      Easter will be well-organised mayhem as usual, although it still baffles me how the throngs and thrones which conspire to provide such a stunning spectacle don't provoke more problems than they actually do

    • 24 Mar 2023 13:31

      Fergal Macerlean

      Corruption is everywhere

      A 2022 Eurobarometer survey found that sixty-eight per cent of EU citizens believe that corruption is rife in their country

    • 17 Mar 2023 12:45

      Mark Nayler

      Split three ways

      In urging Algeria to ease its hostilities with Spain, Borrell is trying to smooth over a diplomatic row to which he himself has made a substantial - and apparently self-contradictory - contribution

    • 17 Mar 2023 12:40

      Violeta Niebla


      I think it is so important for teaching to start from the beginning with care and affection, being treated with love rather than as a punishment

    • 17 Mar 2023 12:30

      Peter Edgerton /

      Fridge of sighs

      Samsung have recently developed a new feature for their smart refrigerators (no, really), a camera which is able to identify what food you have in your fridge and suggest recipes that you can make with the available ingredients. I'd love to see what it could do with the cooled fayre available in my house

    • 03 Mar 2023 14:54

      Andrew J. Linn

      Wine in the world of AI

      Ask AI if Somontano is a better wine-producing region than Rioja: reply; 'choice depends on personal preferences'


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  • 03 Mar 2023 14:49

    Peter Edgerton.

    What's up Doc?

    We are told on a regular basis how difficult it is to get an appointment with a family doctor within a decent time frame and yet, it appears, much of the responsibility is ours

  • 03 Mar 2023 14:41

    Mark Naylor

    No confidence

    Minister Fernando Díaz is accused of involvement in spying on then-Popular Party (PP) treasurer Luis Bárcenas

  • 03 Mar 2023 14:32

    Ignacio Lillo

    Coming together as one

    A really useful investment for citizens would be to bring Malaga and Granada so close together that, seen from the outside, they would look like a single city

  • 24 Feb 2023 13:59


    Pepito without borders

    They have stopped paying their rent, and, until a judge orders their eviction, there he is, the most charitable man in the world, in spite of himself, supporting two families: his own and the squatters

  • 24 Feb 2023 13:50


    Heroine worship

    Sturgeon was a heroine for the three Catalan presidents who were in office during her eight-year stint at the helm of the SNP

  • 24 Feb 2023 13:45

    Peter Edgerton /

    Basket case

    I found myself cheering enthusiastically every time Unicaja were given the benefit of the not inconsiderable doubt and yelling 'Claro!' as if it was quite clear to me what was going on

  • 20 Feb 2023 19:37

    An inspector calls

    The German politician told the Spanish daily that she was "very worried" about the lack of transparency over how the country is using its chunk of Next Gen funds

  • 17 Feb 2023 15:36


    Want you Bacharach

    You can't help thinking that studying music - especially jazz harmony - at University must have been a defining factor on the road to Bacharach's success

  • 17 Feb 2023 14:55


    The anonymity of dog walking

    During these walks, as well as getting some exercise, you also share time with people you don't know at all and neither do they know you

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