Jobs facing ax and millions in losses: How the Thomas Cook collapse affects Spain

The fall of the British travel group poses a major threat to the Spanish tourism industry, especially in the Balearic and Canary Islands


Spain’s Supreme Court rules in favor of exhumation of Francisco Franco

The judges examining the appeal by the former dictator’s family have decided that his remains should be taken to the Pardo cemetery, where his wife is buried


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, September 24, 2019


Spanish government ready to exhume Franco’s remains if Supreme Court gives the green light

If the six judges approve the move at today’s ruling, the body of the former dictator could be removed from the Valley of the Fallen monument before the general election on November 10

Racism in Spain

After Justin Trudeau’s “brownface” row, should Spain change its attitudes?

The Canadian prime minister was forced to apologize after photos of him in costume emerged, so why is the practice still seen as inoffensive among many Spaniards?