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Article by EuroWeeklyNews A BRITISH resident working in Madrid has said he plans to walk from Gibraltar to Britain to raise more than €500,000 to help fight Nigel Farage and his Brexit Party in the run up to the next general election. Anthony Hogan, originally from London, is planning to take in areas popular with […]

The application from La Liga would use the device’s microphone to detect TVs showing matches, which would then be crosschecked against establishments with the proper rights. Article by El Pais Spain’s AEPD data protection agency has slapped a €250,000 fine on Spain’s top soccer league after failing to adequately inform users about what its cellphone […]

Article by The Independent It will take “six to eight months” to build up supplies of medicines for a no-deal Brexit, a leaked cabinet note says – undermining Boris Johnson’s threat to crash out of the EU on 31 October. The warning says the pharmaceutical industry needs that period of help from the government “to […]

If you suddenly lose your smartphone signal for no good reason, check your bank accounts Article by El Pais When Mario Fernández’s cellphone signal failed, he came out with the familiar “Damn technology!” He switched it off, then back on again, but to no avail. When he got home, he called his operator from a […]

Article by Barry Duke, Euro Weekly News. I thought I’d seen drag queens in every shape and size when I lived in Brighton, but nothing prepared me for the variety of unique drag acts I saw on my first holiday to Sitges, close to Barcelona. After watching three fabulous and very funny acts in a […]

Article by Euro Weekly News IT has only taken 137 years and €4.6 million but now Barcelona’s iconic (and as yet unfinished) Sagrada Familia basilica has finally been given planning permission.  In a process that old hands in Spain might recognise (things are different now after a string of corruption cases led to a tightening […]

Article by: The Independent Finding otherworldliness in the least likely of places, photographer Al Mefer has captured the modernist beauty of Benidorm’s hotel complexes  Spanish photographer and neuroscientist Al Mefer has captured some out-of-this-world images of Benidorm’s Martian structures. The photographs of the buildings were post-processed and laid on a coloured background to create the illusion they are floating, or […]

Article by: Euro Weekly News A MAN was hospitalised for 10 days in Spain after being bitten by a spider whose venom is 15 times more toxic than that of a cobra. Manuel Gil from Elda, Alicante, sought medical help after he was bitten and the wound became infected. Although he has now returned home, […]

Listen on Cool Radio Now: Press the LISTEN above Article Written & Published By: The Mirror Boozy Brits to be BANNED from Benidorm for offensive behaviour Benidorm authorities are cracking down on boozy troublemakers and are looking to ban them from the country Benidorm authorities are cracking down on boozy troublemakers (Image: Getty Images) Benidorm is set […]

Listen on Cool Radio Now: Press the LISTEN above Article Written & Published By: Reuters Spain’s Socialists win EU ballot, local vote fragmented Spain’s Socialists won most votes in European and local elections on Sunday in a series of ballots that boosted their ambitions to target a top EU job in Brussels but highlighted how deeply fragmented […]