The Spanish Parliament has voted to press ahead with a bill which will limit the ability of Spanish judges to pursue human rights cases outside the country.
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Spanish right-wing ruling Popular Party “laments the loss of Nelson Mandela” on its Twitter account. A few months earlier they voted against naming a street after Mandela – a street called “July 18″ (in honour of the day Franco rose against the Republic in 1936).
The Eurozone has returned to growth, but it is still suffering from serious internal problems and needs significant reforms.
The UK has the third worst level of youth unemployment in the OECD, with only crisis-hit Greece and Spain having higher levels, a new report out today reveals.
With deep austerity in place in Spain hitting workers, hospitals and school hardest is it really fair €1.7 billion has been loaned to the Ministry of Defence?
A week ago, Spain secured an advantageous bank deal to drive down soaring bond yields: today, Spanish securities broke the 7% threshold. What’s gone wrong?
At an overnight EU summit on the debt crisis, Monti and Rajoy face Germany down, securing direct access to bailout funds for struggling banks.
With the imminent recapitalisation of Spain’s banks, concerns grow that the Eurozone’s €100bn bailout may prove insufficient, triggering a greater crisis