Government keeps open border with Gibraltar, but closes it with Portugal and France.
State of emergency over coronavirus extended to 11 April
Ciudadanos choose Arrimadas as leader.
King Felipe renounces inheritance of scandal-hit father.
Sánchez launches €200 billion aid package for coronavirus crisis
Ensayo publicado en Inglaterra en 1952 y en Argentina en 1959, y inédito para un público español hasta ser recuperado por Espasa, con mi prefacio.
Bolivia expels two Spanish diplomats.
Coalition government finally and narrowly formed in face of virulent opposition.
Supreme Court calls for EU Parliament to withdraw immunity of Catalan separatist MEPs.
Population tops 47 million due to immigrants.
Spain surges up the Global Gender Gap Index.
Government seeks less demanding fiscal deficit with Brussels.
UN climate change summit puts Spain in the spotlight.
Court rulings further complicate formation of new government.
Former Socialist Premier of Andalusia jailed for corruption.
Spain declines in PISA education tests.
Yet another record year for tourism forecast.
King Felipe defends democracy on state visit to Cuba.
Sánchez in abrupt U-turn with Unidos Podemos agrees coalition pact.
Catalan premier faces ban from public office.
Tax burden rises but still below 2007 peak.
European Commission confirms slowdown in economy.
Borrell urges the EU to be more dynamic in foreign policy.
Supreme Court’s jailing of Catalan separatists sparks violent protests, shapes upcoming general election.
More than 132,000 people of Sephardic descent request Spanish nationality.
Tourist industry under threat from Thomas Cook collapse.
Cellnex set to become UK’s largest wireless infrastructure operator.