Gallardón allegedly monitored while mayor of capital, says witness
Former Valencia coach drafted in following club's recent poor form
Unió leader calls for secession document to be redrawn “from scratch” in bid to generate greater consensus
Experts say that the amount of investment they need is "just not available in Spain"
The fourth seed, who will displace Nadal in rankings next week, leads Armada through choppy first-round waters
Sailors carried 224 kilos of the drug from Ceuta to Cádiz coast
Lenders are gradually weaning themselves off reliance on ECB for funding
Sales had picked up in the summer after falling 17 months in a row
Number two at CEOE employers’ group owes 418,000 euros
It is painful to see that while Spain clearly doesn't work, nor does the European Union
British historian Sir John Elliott is an expert on the golden age of Spain He takes a historical perspective of the country's political and economic challenges
Socialist Party says measure will affect 120,000 people
Prosecutor is seeking a 19-year jail sentence for eight alleged accounts of child abuse
The head of one of Spain's largest fishing fleets talks about the changing industry She blames the EU's failure to extend a fishing agreement with Morocco as the cause
New documentary tells the story behind 2010 movie 'Among Wolves'
Eudald Vehí's device was a product of the Ideas and Inventions Museum's center
Poll also reveals respondents believe national crisis-busting pact is unlikely
Pellegrini points to gifted goal but record-breaking league leader in a class of its own
Spanish sergeant was killed on Friday in Afghanistan as he attempted to deactivate an explosive device
A business partner of Iñaki Urdangarin has revealed that he was asked to pretend he had received money for services provided to the Aguas de Valencia company.
Government sources say the PM has decided to avoid confrontation until absolutely necessary