How much of the Algeciras captured by English writer Laurie Lee in 1955 remains in
the city today?
The city has changed in many ways since Laurie Lee’s visit sixty six years ago, but
the people have kept their ‘mala follá’
Luis de Guindos, the Spanish economy minister, has apparently turned into the EU’s
This week saw the latest development in Spain’s ongoing campaign for greater integration
within the EU when it was announced that the EU has been awarded Spain’s Princess
of Asturias 2017 Concord Prize for maintaining harmonious relationships between its
Reading Laurie Lee on Seville, you quickly realise that you’re in the company of
a man completelyin love with the Andalusian capital. He would probably still be
charmed by his beloved “mistress” today.