Plunging stocks, remote work: The economic effects of the coronavirus in Spain

Experts warn that the global drop in supply and demand could severely affect the tourism industry


US disconcerted at Spain’s apparent change of tack on Venezuela

Official calls PM Pedro Sánchez’s failure to meet with Juan Guaidó during the latter’s visit to Madrid “unfortunate”


Convicted murderer Pablo Ibar escapes capital punishment in Florida

After already having spent years on death row, the American with Spanish nationality has been given life imprisonment for a 1994 triple murder, and plans to appeal this latest ruling


Students, friends, staff and teammates pay tribute to murdered golfer Celia Barquín

Hundreds turned out at Iowa State University on Wednesday night to honor the Spaniard, with boyfriend Carlos Negrín leading the emotional tribute


Murder of Spanish golfer Celia Barquín “random act of violence”

Prosecutors say the alleged killer, who lived in a makeshift homeless settlement, did not know the 22-year-old victim


Murder suspect of Spanish golfer had “an urge to rape and kill a woman”

Iowa police arrest 22-year-old man after young Celia Barquín was stabbed to death while training

Insurance fraud

Crackdown on British tourists’ phony food poisoning claims in Spain

New measures will be introduced before summer to put an end to a scam that has swindled Spanish hotels out of millions

Interview | Christoper Wylie

“Brexit wouldn’t have happened without Cambridge Analytica”

Whistleblower explains how he designed a cyber-war arsenal for the populist alt-right

catalan elections

British parliament inquiry addresses Russian meddling in Catalonia

A committee investigating fake news will hear testimony in the week of the Catalan elections


London warns that Gibraltar sovereignty is not up for debate

Felipe VI meets PM at Downing Street after business forum stressing Spanish investment in UK


Spain wary after UK mentions Gibraltar in key Brexit document

London has included territory in a policy paper outlining citizens’ rights after departure from EU


BA’s Spanish CEO Álex Cruz targeted over weekend travel chaos

Chief exec refuses to step down despite criticism over handling of crisis that left thousands stranded


“The Castellana Norte project will tell the world that Madrid is back”

UK architects Richard Rogers and Simon Smithson discuss their plans to revive north of Spanish capital


Government to create “Brexit Task Force” to assist Spaniards in UK

Fifteen extra members of staff will help respond to “growing concerns” of Spanish residents


Obituary: Hugh Thomas, author of seminal book on the Spanish Civil War

Passionate about Spain, he also wrote a much-applauded trilogy about the days of empire

UK-Spain relations

War of words: Britain’s pro-Brexit press fans flames in Gibraltar row

UK’s Sun newspaper labels Spaniards 'donkey rogerers' as political storm over territory continues


Spaniards in UK fear for future as Brexit countdown begins

Faced with “bureaucratic wall” blocking permanent residency, many EU citizens are returning home


Spanish ambassador to UK resigns over 2003 military air crash

Federico Trillo, who was then defense minister, speaks to press in London but fails to mention tragedy


Spanish residents in UK: “Brexit has turned us into bargaining chips”

London-based Facebook group is using social media to defend rights in run up to EU exit


How the D-Day landings were endangered by Spanish spy’s homesick wife

Newly declassified documents reveal that top double agent Juan Pujol’s spouse threatened to expose him


Cameron suspends anti-Brexit campaign in Gibraltar after MP attack

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy had complained about his British counterpart’s planned involvement in contested overseas territory


British press has field day with news Spanish PM wants to “kill the siesta”

Cultural stereotypes abound in reporting of Rajoy’s plan for working day to end at 6pm


British daily ‘The Independent’ to close print edition after 29 years

Proprietors yet to announce how many of 150 employees will lose their jobs


Irish drug gangs fighting turf war from Dublin to the Costa del Sol

Ireland hotel shooting shows extent of feud between groups with strong Spanish links


IMF raises growth forecast for Spain despite political uncertainty

In the new scenario, the Spanish economy will grow 2.7% in 2016 and 2.3% in 2017


Ian McEwan: “Utopia is one of the most destructive ideas”

The veteran British writer discusses the clash between faith and the law in his latest novel


All you need is books

Britain, the guest at the 2015 Guadalajara Book Fair, is consecrating its famed ’80s generation