19th July 2024

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‘Stay, Pedro! Don’t give up!’ – Thousands of Spanish PM’s supporters take to the streets

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Thousands of supporters of Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez rallied at the headquarters of his socialist (PSOE) party on Saturday, imploring him not to step
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Carlos Cuerpo replaces Nadia Calviño as Spain’s Economy Minister

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Carlos Cuerpo, who currently heads Spain’s treasury department, is to become the country’s new Economy Minister, Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez announced on Friday. Cuerpo, who
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Sánchez excludes Podemos MPs from new cabinet, that has more women than men

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Recently re-elected socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez announced his new Spanish cabinet on Monday, and which excludes any ministerial posts for members of his previous
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Spanish police clash with far-right as fascist party founder re-buried

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Spanish police clashed with far-right protesters in Madrid on Monday, as the remains of José Antonio Primo de Rivera, a fascist party founder, arrived at
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Spanish Congress votes in favour of 2023 budget, with record social spending

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The Spanish Congress on Thursday approved the coalition government’s 2023 Budget which includes record levels of welfare spending to help households grapple with soaring inflation.
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Spanish minister accuses judges of ‘machismo’ after loophole in Spain’s new rape law used to reduce sentences

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Spain’s main opposition party and the country’s association of magistrates have called for the government’s Equality Minister, Irene Montero, to resign, after she accused judges of
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Spanish government extends free train routes to continue throughout 2023

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The Spanish government has announced that train tickets for Cercanías, Rodalies and Media Distancia services operated by state-owned RENFE will remain free and subsidised throughout 2023, extending the measure already in place