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Down to work
(Sur  in English 4th November 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


Although Mariano Rajoy’s reinstatement as Spain’s
prime minister is deeply unpopular among many
Spaniards, the installation of the country’s new  
administration could not have been delayed any longer.

There is no better way to saturate yourself in
Andalusian culture than to experience its regional

‘ferias’.

Soak up the history in three southern cities
(Sur  in English 4th November 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


The essence of Moorish Spain lingers in the atmosphere
of its many towns and cities and clings to its visitors
in the form of delicious memories

Spain’s political deadlock finally ends
(The Spectator 4th November 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


After nearly a year of bickering and stalling, Spanish
politicians have finally formed their country’s new
government. Mariano Rajoy, leader of the conservative
Popular Party (PP), returns for a second term as
prime minister.

A year’s grace
(Sur in English 11th November 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


His position in Mariano Rajoy’s new cabinet secure,
economy minister Luis de Guindos has wasted no
time in assuring the EU about Spain’s financial future.

A region that knows how to party in style
(Sur  in English 4th November 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


No news:good news?
(Sur in English 18th November 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


Three weeks have elapsed since Mariano Rajoy
secured a second term in office, so you might well
expect news of what he’s been up to. Instead, a
deafening silence emanates from Madrid.

Risk exposure
(Sur in English 25th November 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


The woes of Spain’s two biggest banks tell us
that, in today’s febrile political climate, global
expansion comes at a heavy price.

M a r k   N a y l e r

freelance journalist