Montoro: “We are clear on this; there is no way out other than reducing the deficit”
“We can have debates but the most important thing is to take a decision"
Court challenge expected against cross-party initiative
The G8 admits that austerity cannot be the sole solution but is making no concrete commitments
Pedro Cavadas remarked that boys were attracted to medicine by the chance of "screwing" nurses
Judge Dívar considered not to have profited from Marbella getaways Watchdog secretary claims he had no knowledge of jaunts
Roland Berger of Germany and US firm Oliver Wyman get the nod for stress tests De Guindos dismisses Hollande's intervention idea
The outfits have been slammed for their "lumpiness" and "over-fussy" embellishments Press officer for the Olympic Committee says the designs are "just a starting point"
Win sees Spaniard take top spot in championship battle
Ebo Taylor and Lenacay close 2012 edition of Extremadura world music festival
The justice minister wants to be able to keep dangerous offenders in jail for 10 years after their sentence ends. Opponents say the idea proves that prisons don't work
Seventy-five years have passed since this railway between Madrid and Valencia was constructed It had 10 tunnels, some 150 meters long; three bridges; three stations and a few whistle-stops
The Workers' Union of Cuba (CTC) has made it clear that it is with the employer rather than the worker - a stance that has surprised no one among its three million members
Minister and Basque law enforcement official to seek ways to integrate ex-prisoners in society Reintegration to be decided on a case-by-case basis