Pedro Sánchez voted back in as Spanish prime minister by Congress

The Socialist Party leader won a second investiture vote by a simple majority of just two votes and will now lead the country’s first coalition government since the Second Republic


Spain gets a new PM, but what can he push through parliament?

Given the arithmetic in Congress and stated intentions of opposition parties, Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez is facing a term that is likely to be beset by problems from the start


European Gibraltar

Spain is taking a firm approach to talks about the future of the British Overseas Territory after Brexit


Airport authority plans €1.5-billion overhaul for Madrid’s Barajas

The facility manager, Aena, wants to merge Terminals 1, 2 and 3 and to expand Terminal 4 in order to raise potential passenger volume to 80 million