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This week’s deal, involving an emergency brake on migration

and a “red card” system, will have to be agreed upon at the
summit this month






(SUR in English 4th February 2016)

The ambassador has told ex - pats eligible to vote to make sure
they are registered, while the campaign to abolish the
15-year rule picks up steam






British citizens urged to register to vote in
EU referendum


(SUR in English 4th February 2016)

(SUR in English 4th February 2016)

The Spanish matador Fran Rivera - a member of bullfighting
royalty, despite  being a rather dull performer - provoked outrage
on Instagram last week.






Another view on that controversial photograph


(SUR in English 4th February 2016)

As the Spanish political freeze continues, King Felipe has
asked PSOE leader Pedro Sánchez to make a post-election
attempt to form a new government.






A closer look


(SUR in English 12th February 2016)

If Spain carries on for much longer without a government
said the Governor of the Bank of Spain this week , then it is
at risk of missing its growth target of 2.8% for 2016.  




Misplaced optimism


(SUR in English 19th February 2016)

As Spanish politicians strive for parliamentary unity
after December’s divisive general election, their attention
continues to be diverted from EU-imposed economic goals.




Rebel with a cause


(SUR in English 19th February 2016)

Angela Brooks is fighting on behalf of expats who paid into
schemes since deemed a “fraud on the power of investment





The misery goes on as pension liberation
victims face hefty tax bills


As the PSOE moves increasingly towards the political centre,
its potential Leftist ally Podemos is reiterating

the importance of tackling social inequality in Spain.




A timely reminder


(SUR in English 26h February 2016)

David Cameron to push for a June date for
Brexit vote after talks with Tusk


M a r k   N a y l e r

freelance journalist