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September 2016

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Roadblock ahead
(Sur in English 2nd September 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


In the increasingly absurd world of Spanish politics, the
Left - still dominated by PSOE, despite the strident efforts of
Unidos Podemos - is emerging as the main obstacle to
Spain’s continued economic recovery.

Spain’s political freeze starts to bite
(The Spectator 8th September 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


The circus of Spanish politics shows no signs of stopping.
For now, the country is managing to weather this eight
month-long deadlock surprisingly well.Yet finally, the cracks
are beginning to show; and the impasse crippling
Spanish politics is starting to take its toll.

A rewarding scandal
(Sur in English 9th  September 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


The latest furore surrounding ex-industry minister
José Manuel Soria highlights the Popular Party’s
inconsistent stance on allegations of financial corruption.

An informal suspect
(Sur in English 16th September 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


Scandal of The Week is once again brought to us
by the Popular Party and, entirely unsurprisingly,
consists of an allegation of fiscal crime.

Discover the true taste of tapas
(Sur in English 16th September 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


Granada is the Andalucian capital of tapas -
but which bar do you choose?


Winging it
(Sur in English 23rd  September 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


October 15th - the deadline for submission to
the EU of draft budgets for the following year - is
rapidly approaching, but once again Spain has a
problem.

Back to black
(Sur in English 30th  September 2016)


(SUR in English 22nd April 2016)


Could it be that allegations of financial corruption against
senior politicians are simply becoming too frequent to make
an impact  on the electorate any more?

M a r k   N a y l e r

freelance journalist