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December 2016

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A closer look
(Sur in English 2nd December 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


Spain’s recently-released Q3 statistics complete
an economic verdict on the country’s period
without a government.

Having it all
(Sur in English 9th December 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


A cluster of new fiscal policies proposed by
the Popular Party and the Socialists last weekend
suggest that Spain’s divided parliament might not
be as ineffectual as seemed probable.

High praise
(Sur in English 16th December 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


With a critical EU piling on the pressure for
a workable 2017 budget, it must be a pleasant
relief for Spain to have at least one external
body praising its economic efforts.

Italian referendum fallout depends on
country’s banks

(Sur in English 16th December 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


Italy’s former Treasury boss says that Spain’s
economy would only suffer if his country’s
financial services industry nosedives.

After a tumultuous year, Spanish politics
returns to an uneasy status quo

(The Spectator 20th December 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


A year in Spanish politics: what's changed and
what's the same?

The Spanish government has moved swiftly to reject
Nicola Sturgeon’s proposal of a bespoke Brexit deal for
Scotland




It’s no surprise that Spain has already blocked
Nicoala Sturgeon’s half-baked Brexit plan

(The Spectator 22nd December 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


Running for President
(Sur in English 23rd December 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


Apparently, running the Spanish economy is
not a big enough job for Luis de Guindos. There will soon
be vacancies for two top finance jobs in the EU
and he has his sights on both.

Brexit, six months on
(Sur in English 23rd December 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


Exactly half a year since the referendum, are we
any closer to knowing what kind of departure from
Brussels will be pursued?

One year on
(Sur in English 30th  December 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


The last twelve months of Spanish politics will
be remembered for stasis and game-playing
rather than anything else.

M a r k   N a y l e r

freelance journalist