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Ignore hoax WhatsApps following London terror attacks, say Spanish police

POLICE in Spain have warned of yet another spate of hoaxes going round social networks following yesterday’s terrorist attack in Westminster, London, and warns the public not to pass them on. One claims Spain has decided to up its terrorism risk level from 4 to the maximum of 5, which would normally mean armed forces… Read More

Disaster prone one-eyed matador Juan Jose Padilla is gored again

Juan Jose Padilla knows what it is like to be gored by a bull. In 2001 he almost died when he suffered a terrible goring to his throat by one of the legendary Miura bulls during a bullfight for San Fermin in Pamplona. In May 2011 during a bullfight in Zaragoza he was tossed into… Read More

Spanish lawyers warn that human rights laws could scupper Theresa May’s plan for EU migrant cut-off date 23rd March 2017, Comments 0 comments

Speaking to the EU parliament, the legal experts said Brexit could see a surge in European citizens using human rights laws to remain in the UK. The professors said the rights to family life and property, enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights, could give millions a legal case to stay in Britain, even… Read More

UK-based airlines told to move to Europe after Brexit or lose major routes

EU chiefs have warned airlines including easyJet, Ryanair and British Airways that they will need to relocate their headquarters and sell off shares to European nationals if they want to continue flying routes within continental Europe after Brexit. Executives at major carriers have been reminded during recent private meetings with officials that to continue to… Read More

Spain Insists U.K. Agree Brexit Bill Before Starting Trade Talks

The U.K. government needs an outline deal on how much it will pay on leaving the European Union before any talks on a possible trade agreement can begin, Spain’s deputy minister for European affairs said. “Before starting to negotiate the future framework of the relationship between the EU and the U.K., we have to agree… Read More

Gas bottles up by 5% from today

BOTTLED gas has gone up in price by 5% from today, meaning a total increase of 20% since late March 2016 after months of its cost having plummeted. A typical orange bottle used by householders for heating and cooking has gone up to €13.52 from its €12.89 up to Monday, although the fuel industry says… Read More

Spain placed in 2nd in EU funding table

Spain is the second-placed country of the European Union in terms of receiving funding under the Juncker Plan in 2016, with a total of 2.7 billion euros, which means an estimated mobilised investment of some 14.7 billion euros. ?In the two years in which Juncker Plan has been in force, Spain has received 3.42 billion… Read More

Region of Murcia gets heavy with AENA over Corvera Airport

Pedro Rivera, the Regional Minister of (lack of) Development apparently gave an ultimatum to the President of AENA to end civilian flights at San Javier Airport, otherwise the region will push forward with the opening of the newer facility. It is more than three weeks since agreement was made by the board of AENA to… Read More

Carrefour Spain To Create 5,300 ‘Stable’ Jobs In 2017

Carrefour Spain has announced that it will create more than 5,300 ‘stable’ jobs in 2017. Investing in youth employment will continue to be a top priority this year, along with a focus on digital aptitude, in order to support its omnichannel transformation. The retailer plans to hire employees with sales experience, digital savvy, client service… Read More

PP ‘backed into a corner’ over corruption investigation commission as Rivera lays it on the line to Rajoy

HARSH words from centre-right Ciudadanos directed at the PP and president Mariano Rajoy hinted at the ‘bridge’ party’s becoming disillusioned with the team it helped regain power in November as it continues to resist setting up an investigation commission into the Bárcenas slush-fund dealings. Ciudadanos’ leader Albert Rivera reminded Rajoy that the PP is only… Read More