IDEAS

What we must learn from Auschwitz

The world must keep alive the memory of the past and of tragedies such as the Holocaust, writes the director of the Auschwitz Memorial

Employment

The Spanish government employee who worked 18 months in 15 years

To all the sick leaves he added the vacation time attached to his position, in an endless spiral that appears to be perfectly legal

Gender equality

#MeToo Spanish-style: Women in arts prepare to speak out about sexual abuse

A group called Pandora’s Box is gearing up to name and shame perpetrators of sexual harassment in Spain

Editorial

The long shadow of Popular Party corruption

As ongoing court cases are revealing, Prime Minister Rajoy’s election wins do not exonerate him from past wrongdoing in his party

Cartoons

Ros

Ros cartoon, January 25, 2018

Cartoons

El Roto

El Roto cartoon, January 25, 2018

GÜRTEL CORRUPTION TRIAL

Former top official from Valencia’s PP admits to illegal party financing

Ricardo Costa tells judge that ex-premier Francisco Camps was responsible for kickbacks scheme

LULA TRIAL

Lula da Silva: “It is not I, but the Brazilian people who have been convicted”

Former president says he will still be standing for the presidency despite losing his appeal over corruption charges

spanish politics

Spain’s PM Rajoy might run for a third term, but conditions apply

PP leader is waiting to see how events unfold in Catalonia before making a final decision

Cartoons

El Roto

El Roto cartoon, January 24, 2018

Cartoons

Ros

Ros cartoon, January 24, 2018