First Thoughts

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy

Mariano Rajoy Brey ; born 27 March 1955) is the Prime Minister of Spain, elected on 20 November 2011. He has been leader of the People's Party since 2004.

Mariano Rajoy King Juan Carlos European Central Bank Spanish Prime Minister European Union European Commission Crown Prince Felipe Real Madrid Cristiano Ronaldo International Monetary Fund German Chancellor Angela Merkel High Court


Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's plan for Catalonia is that there isn't one
Spain terror attacks: Memorial at Sagrada Familia Spain's King Felipe and his wife Letizia, along with Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and Cat…
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy urges calm over independence
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called for calm in the face of "in
'Authoritarian delusions Spains prime minister SCOFFS at Catalans bid for independence
Spain PM urges calm in face of 'authoritarian delusions' in Catalonia. Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called Wednesday for calm in th…
Personally, urgent . To Honorable prime minister of Kingdom of Spain . Mariano Rajoy
Rajoy & Iglesias re-elected as leaders of their respective parties . Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy was re-elected...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said that the Minsk agreements is the right way for stabilization of Ukraine.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has arrived in to meet Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy at the PM's residence Moncloa Palace
: Catalan independence referendum 'not possible' - Spanish PM Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Fr…
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Friday flatly rejected the possibility of any referendum in the northeastern region of Catalonia on…
gives Spain opportunity to pursue it's co-sovereignty claims over Gibraltar, says Spanish PM Rajoy.
Against - Mariano Rajoy, Spanish Prime Minister and Jorge Toledo, Spanish Secretary of State for EU.
It may be a fluid situation. But this is a direct quote from the Spanish PM at the time.
…Cabinet by H.E. Mr. Mariano Rajoy Brey, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Spain
Buy Miche Bag Online!
Today the UN Security Council holds a debate chaired by Mariano Rajoy, Spain’s prime minister,on the business of human trafficking
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy won a crunch parliamentary confidence vote on Sat that will see him officially re-appo…
Mariano Rajoy Set to Lead Spain as 10 Months of Deadlock Come to an End: Spain's caretaker prime minister, Ma...
Ending political impasse: Mariano Rajoy has second term as prime minister
Vote paves way to the formation of a minority government headed by conservative party of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
Concession by Spain 🇪🇸 main opposition party clears way for second term for Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy
Mariano Rajoy will be reelected as Spanish Prime Minister next weekend. No third elections, vía
Leader of the Popular Party (PP), Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy , of PP party by…
EU should be reformed to focus on economic growth, jobs and greater integration after - Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy
Silent on France, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy stands accused of using Venezuela for political gain.
Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says he condemns the attack on Real Madrid supporters in Iraq; 'unite against barbarism' via
Spain: 3 journalists missing since July have been freed: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's office said in a stat...
Princess Letizia of Spain, Prince Felipe of Spain greet Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy at a Gala Dinner...
Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy agreed on Tuesday to go to parliament and report on his latest meetings with the European Coun…
The Wall Street Journal: Spain Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in a fight for his job after election upheaval
Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and King Felipe have barely met in person since the general election
Corruption scandals likely to foil Spanish premier's bid to retain power
MADRID, Feb 11 (Reuters) - Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said on Thursday he was open to asking the European Commission for
Rajoy says Spain will 'most likely' hold new elections on June 26: Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy...
= Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, whose Peoples’ Party (PP) is caught up in judicial probes over corruption
In the run up to the General Election, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy brings out the big guns >>
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is way beyond in personal approval ratings
Mariano Rajoy Brey (born 27 March 1955) is a Spanish politician who has been the Prime Minister of S
Mariano Rajoy (Spanish Prime Minister): "FC Barcelona are looking unbeatable, but we'll see how things develop.
ESN : Spain's PM turns Champions League pundit and cuffs his son!: Spain's prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, dropped…
Mariano Rajoy (Spain Prime Minister): "Top 3 for Ballon d'or? Cristiano to win it. Iniesta second and Suárez third."
Rajoy faces growing internal and external pressure to help France. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is facing growing...
Mariano Rajoy (Prime Minister of Spain): I don't see the image you convey reflect Cristiano reported by those close to him, not that.
Mariano Rajoy (Prime Minister of Spain): People close to Cristiano Ronaldo talk that he is a wonderful person.
Mariano Rajoy (Prime Minister of Spain): Luka Modric offers excellent levels like level Casemiro.
Mariano Rajoy (Prime Minister of Spain): I don't think that because of Benitez Real Madrid lost the El Clasico".
Mariano Rajoy (Prime Minister of Spain): I see the best of President Perez, Real Madrid, currently have criticism but is part of the world.
Spain prime-minister Mariano Rajoy wont do leaders debate for El Pais, but in studio for Shakhtar v Madrid coverage tonight.
With the general election coming up on December 20, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has so far been reticent
French Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, has requested immediate help from Spain: Mariano Rajoy has indicate...
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy of Spain and PM hold talks on the sidelines of
Rajoy seeks political consensus over war against ISIS in Syria: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is n...
Spain ready to support France by taking over Africa operations. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has said he is...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Thursday discussed with Jordan's King Abdullah II the latest regional and...
Rajoy seeks wide-reaching political consensus over war in Syria. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is negotiating with...
Now the Spanish central government led by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is in a bad shape to stop the Catalonia's secessionist movement.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and British Prime Minister David Cameron hold a joint press conference in Madrid.
MADRID (AP) — Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says he will call general elections in December but the date has yet to be decided.
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy staying in-country for his summer holiday Here's why:
"Meanwhile, the Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said the Spanish parliament will probably vote on the bailout …"
New! 190-Calorie VitaPizza- Get Free Shipping
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy staying in Spain for his summer holiday
UPDATE 2-Spain brushes off Greek concerns as it hikes growth forecast: Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on...
Spanish PM praises workers who aided plane crash survivors: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called farmer who had...
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said that up to 10 crew members were aboard the brand-new Airbus A400M aircraft that was undergoing flight
Nadal receives Spanish award: Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy awarded the Gold Medal for Merit to tennis ...
Spain to continue with economic reforms PM: <br>Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has pledged the gov...
PM defends decision to grant tax amnesty and keep names secret: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on W...
PM defends tax amnesty and decision to keep beneficiaries’ names secret. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on...
Violent protests break out in Spain as thousands call for Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's resignation
There were violent clashes in Madrid last night after proteters called for Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to resign http…
Spaniards step out to protest austerity: Thousands demonstrate as Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy prepares ...
Rajoy urges EU to take action after latest tragedy. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Sunday urged the EU...
Voters in Spain's Valencia region, a bastion of conservatism for two decades, are likely to desert Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's party in …
: Rajoy: 'Islamic world is also a victim of terrorism': Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy opened a E...
CHARLIE..there it is: The Curtain Rises on Another Act in the Continual Global War on Terror Play Wayne MADSEN | 11.01.2015 | 00:00 The attacks in Paris on the editorial offices of the weekly satirical journal Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket have, once again, conveniently turned the attention of the world away from the economic turmoil in the European Union and the extreme unpopularity of its major leaders to the seemingly never-ending «global war on terror». French President Francois Hollande announced that on January 11, he would march in solidarity on the streets of Paris along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, British Prime Minister David Cameron, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko, Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny, and the ISIL-enabling Turkish Prime Minister, Ahmet Davitoglu. All of these leaders, facing huge popularity problems at home, were able to use the terrorist attac ...
- Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy arrives for a news conference at Moncloa palace in Madrid September…
Spain's Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy,asks the Constitutional Court to block Catalonia's independence referendum which is set for 9th Nov'14
Spain wants independence vote declared illegal: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has to defend his country's…
Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, has been speaking after the extraordinary cabinet meeting this morning - via
- Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and his ministers on Monday are to study reports from the Council of State �…
Catalan Leader Defies Spain by Signing Decree for Secession Vote: Spain's prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, has vowed…
- Spain's prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, has vowed to block the Catalan secessionist drive and to push the…
Zhang Dejiang also met with Prime Minister of Mariano Rajoy yesterday, oth willing to boost parliamentary ties
Xi Jinping met with Prime Minister of Mariano Rajoy in Beijing yesterday
Tighter abortion law scrapped: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has dropped plans to limit abortion to cases of ra...
China and Spain put aside differences over High Court genocide case. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s...
Top Chinese legislator Zhang Dejiang met with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in Beijing on Friday and both…
Chinese President Xi Jinping meets with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in Beijing, capital of China, Sept. 26…
Li Keqiang met with Prime Minister of Mariano Rajoy, to sign deals worth more than 4 bil. USD
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy gets his Spanish kings mixed up in China: "In the name of Felipe VI and Juan Carlos II".
Spain to shorten visa approval. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy promised to shorten the visa process as he...
I has held talks in Beijing with visiting Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
Premier Li Keqiang holds a welcoming ceremony for Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy before talks in Beijing Fri
Spanish PM makes first China visit to boost trade - seems like hatchet buried after diplomatic row earlier in year:
China, Spain ink $4 billion in business deals: Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, right, and Chinese Premie...
Spanish PM visits China in bid to boost trade: BEIJING (AFP) - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Thursday…
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has withdrawn a proposal that would have placed restrictions on abortion,...
- Mariano Rajoy Spain's prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, said it would have been wrong to introduce a law…
Spain scraps plans for tough new abortion law: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Tuesday announced his...
"The world has become smaller & our lives have accelerated b/c of communication." Mariano Rajoy, Spain Prime Minister
Turkish President Recep Tayyip meets with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy during the Summit
King Juan Carlos of Spain has decided to abdicate, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has announced.
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy of Spain announced that Crown Prince Felipe would succeed King Juan Carlos.
The prime minister of Spain, Mariano Rajoy, has just announced the king of Spain, Juan Carlos, 76, will...
Bittersweet: . Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's announcement at 10.30 on Monday morning that King Juan Carlos had...
 border=
Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says Crown Prince Felipe will take over the throne
LIVE BLOG: Official photo of King of Spain abdicating to Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy this morning:
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy makes surprise announcement that Spanish monarch will step down Move paves way for Crown Prince Felipe to take over as head of state
"Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy..." Olé ya empezamos mal, is so difficult to search Google and see that…
Spanish King Juan Carlos will abdicate the throne, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says
Spanish King Juan Carlos to Abdicate Throne: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy gave an official statement on...
Spain's King Juan Carlos is to abdicate, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announces. Crown Prince Felipe is to take over t…
Hello and welcome to the BBC's coverage of Spanish King Juan Carlos I's decision to abdicate. 0951: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy made the announcement in a televised address.
Politicians react to royal bombshell: Reaction to Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s announcement thi...
Rajoy announces abdication of of - video 'Spain's prime minister tells country mo...'
King of Spain Juan Carlos I to abdicate Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. [pic] —
Mariano Rajoy announces abdication of King Juan Carlos of Spain - video: Spain's prime minister tells country ...
King Of Spain Unexpectedly Abdicates The Throne - . The Prime Minister of Spain, Mariano Rajoy, has just announced...
Spain: king abdicates for his 'new generation' son: MADRID (AP) ? Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says King Juan ...
Spain's 76-year-old King Juan Carlos will abdicate in favour of his son, Prince Felipe, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced today.
Tablet insurance available.  Get yours today!
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says King Juan Carlos plans to abdicate and pave the way for his son, Crown Prince Felipe.
BREAKING: King Juan Carlos of Spain is to abdicate, according to the country's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced on Monday that King Juan Carlos had decided to abdicate after...
Spain is set to have a new King! Prince Felipe will be taking over as King as his father, King Juan Carlos has decided he will be abdicating. - According to Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy Brey.
Spain announces plans to cut corporate tax Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Sunday announced a new stimulus plan to boost Spain's competitiveness, including €6.3 billion ($8.6 billion) of investments and a cut in corporate tax. "Next Friday, the government will present a package of measures to increase competitiveness and productivity," Rajoy said. "The plan will include investments totalling €6.3 billion, of which 2.67 billion will come from the private sector and 3.63 billion from the public sector," he added, accompanied by European Commission vice president Joaquin Almunia and former Italian leader Enrico Letta. Corporate tax rates will also be lowered from 30 percent to 25 percent, following advice from the International Monetary Fund in a report released last week. He also ruled out any increase in Spain's 21-percent value-added tax rate, saying: "We will not touch the tax reforms that we approved in June." Rajoy's announcement comes after the IMF on Tuesday declared that "Spain has turned the co ...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is planning to launch a €6.3 billion ($8.59 billion) economic stimulus package, a move to keep sky-high unemployment and the risk of deflation from derailing the country's recovery.
Spain will unveil a new stimulus package worth 6.3bn euros next week, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announces, to boost the economy's competitiveness and create jobs.
There is no doubt that rightwing parties have made substantial headway in the European Parliament elections. But what is interesting is in the general disaffection with the ruling parties and their failures to provide jobs and secure future for the youth, there has been also a sort of leftwing advance in some countries. Spain is an example. A report in Huffington Post shows: The most interesting aspect has been the sudden and unexpected rise of Podemos, a new formation that got a surprising 8 per cent, especially in Asturias and Madrid (both in the city and in the region), as well as in most of the working class neighbourhoods and cities of Madrid and its periphery. This formation has attracted the votes of a radicalised layer of society that wished to protest against the whole establishment,Three months ago, Podemos did not even exist. All the polls taken before the vote suggested the new grouping would struggle to win more than one seat. Yet a three-month-old party with a budget of barely €100,000 sho ...
Rajoy plans tax reform to revive Spanish economy and jobs * Rajoy aims to cut labour taxes, raise consumer taxes * Reform seeks to boost competitiveness, economy, jobs * Prime Minister takes gamble to revive popularity Spain's economy is growing again and exports are flourishing, but with a quarter of the workforce unemployed, the government now hopes to revive the austerity-weary nation by a new means - a major tax reform. If it works, the overhaul will boost economic growth, create hundreds of thousands of new jobs and halt relentless downward pressure on Spaniards' wages. But Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy must still gamble with his chances of re-election, as the plan will probably also demand an early leap in tax on goods and services that won't be popular with voters. Rajoy's centre-right cabinet is expected to discuss the plan on Friday. The goal is to shift the tax burden from jobs to consumption, while ensuring enough tax revenue to cut one of the highest budget deficits in the European Union. Gover ...
Spain removed from EU economic sick list The European Commission on Wednesday removed Spain from its list of European Union member states with excessive economic imbalances but imposed a fresh set of demands on the conservative government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to correct persistent problems. In its latest Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure (MIP) review released Wednesday, Brussels said: “In the case of Spain, the Commission considers that a significant adjustment has taken place over the last year and that, on current trends, imbalances will continue to abate over time.” However, it added: “While this is the basis to conclude the imbalances are no longer excessive in the sense of the MIP, the Commission stresses that substantial risks are still present.” The EC said that high domestic and external debt levels of both the government and the private sector continued to pose risks for economic growth and financial stability. It added that the country’s export drive needs to be maintained t ...
Spain PM says Catalan independence vote 'can't take place' Madrid: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Tuesday that a referendum on Catalan independence planned for November 9 will not take place because it would be illegal. "This referendum can't take place, it is not legal," he told parliament during an annual state of the nation debate. "It is the entire Spanish people who have the capacity to decide what Spain is. No one can unilaterally deprive the entire Spanish people of the right to decide on their future." Catalan political chief Artur Mas's ruling coalition and a majority of other parties in the northeastern Spanish region are calling for a November 9, 2014 referendum that would ask voters two questions: - "Do you think that Catalonia should be a State, yes or no?" - "If yes, do you want that State to be independent, yes or no?" Many Catalans point to Scotland, whose leaders have called a referendum for September on independence from Britain -- a move authorised by the British government. ...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, center, his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan, second right, and...
Rajoy Reaffirms Spanish Support for Turkey’s EU Bid: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said on Tuesday that...
WILL TURKEY GET GAZANS FREED FROM UNDER THE JACK BOOT OF APARTHEID ISRAEL? I wonder when. ? ISH = HAARETZ: "Turkey PM: No reconciliation with Israel until end of Gaza siege Erdogan says Israel answered several Turkish demands in negotiations, but won't agree to normalization of ties without lifting of Gaza blockade. By Barak Ravid | Feb. 11, 2014 | 10:30 PM Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday that he demands a "written protocol" from Israel pledging it will lift the siege over the Gaza Strip as a condition for signing a reconciliation agreement and normalizing relations between the two countries. Speaking at a press conference in Ankara alongside Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, Erdogan said that negotiations with Israel have progressed, but have not ended. He added that Turkey has received an apology from Israel, and that talks over compensation for the families of those killed and wounded on the Mavi Marmara ship in 2010 are ongoing. However, Erdogan said the lifting of the ...
Spain “Our monarchy is an archaic and medieval institution and it is completely under the protection of a mafia. It is the keystone of this country’s corruption,” said one of the protesters while another added: “She is protected by the Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. He said publicly that Cristina would not be charged.” One of the demonstrators questioned the cost of the hearing when he said: “I am indifferent to the summons of the princess. But it is surprising that we are wasting 300,000 euros on security just for one morning. In the schools and hospitals we would probably need to spend that just on basics.”
SPAIN EXITS BAILOUT PROGRAMME; second Eurozone country to do so By Lauren Frayer 10:39 AM PST, January 23, 2014 MADRID -- Spain exited its international bailout program Thursday, becoming the second Eurozone country to do so, amid a tentative economic recovery marred by persistently high unemployment. The Spanish government heralded the bailout exit as a milestone, but acknowledged more progress was needed in a country with a jobless rate of 26%. "I look not only at the future but also the present with hope," Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy told parliament Wednesday, on the eve of the bailout exit. "Although the unemployment figures in Europe, and in particular some member countries such as Spain, are still unacceptably high, I believe we can say that the worst is over and that we are now on the path to recovery." In June 2012, Madrid requested international aid for its banks, which were hobbled by bad real-estate debt after the country's construction bubble burst. Europe offered a credit line of up to $137 ...
Japan’s foreign minister on Tuesday began an official visit to Spain that will include meetings with Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and King Juan Carlos as part of the celebration of 400 years of bilateral relations.
As EU leaders gather in Brussels for the last EU summit of the year, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy was asked to show his accreditation when entering the EU Council building. Heads of state and government are meeting in Brussels on...
Politics is a game of two halves for Spain's Mariano Rajoy: Spain's prime minister was voted into office two...
Mariano Rajoy [Spanish Prime Minister]: "As a Madridista, if I had to vote, I would give it to Cristiano Ronaldo,"
“The prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, said the law was not meant to gag citizens but protect them.”
Prime Minister of Spain ( Mariano Rajoy) : - "I would give the Ballon d'Or to Cristiano Ronaldo". |RUMI|
Spain PM backs Cristiano Ronaldo for Ballon d'Or: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is an avid supporter of...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy: "I am a Real Madrid fan, I have always been a Madrid fan. If I had to vote I would vote for Ronaldo"
Cardinal Rouco even gets the cold shoulder from Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy who has not met with him once in his nearly 2 years in office
Spain Exports Increase as Rajoy Seeks Lasting Economic Recovery: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is counting on...
- Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is counting on foreign sales to generate 0.7 percent growth next year as the…
OECD Improves Spain's Unemployment Outlook as Economy ...: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is counting on exports to...
Rajoy: Spain emerging from crisis with "healthier and stronger" economy: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy...
Government unveils four-billion-euro fiscal adjustment plan for 2015 The government on Thursday unveiled its latest fiscal adjustment plans, which entail finding 4 billion euros worth of measures for 2015 to meet its target of reducing the budget deficit to 4.2 percent of GDP from a projected 5.8 percent next year. The deficit target for this year is 6.5 percent, with the government aiming to bring the shortfall back within the European Union ceiling of 3 percent of GDP in 2016. While not specifically saying so, the updated financial stability plan the government has sent to the European Commission suggests that the temporary hike in personal income tax (IRPF) introduced in 2012 could remain in place beyond 2014. While the conservative Popular Party administration of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy points out the negative impact of other fiscal measures, such as tax benefits for creating new companies, it omits referring to the effect of returning IRPF rates to the level of 2011. The document sent to Brussel ...
Save up to 70% on Inkjet and Toner Supplies!
The world's leading tobacco control experts warn Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy that a regressive change in...
Toilet paper, thrown by protesters, lies strewn on the ground in front of Spanish riot police standing guard outside the headquarters of Spain's ruling Popular Party (PP) during a demonstration, calling for the resignation of Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, with the theme "Mafia Out, Hello Democracy", in Madrid October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera
The Japan News Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy ... be key to concluding an economic partnership agreement
Spain’s Rajoy Seals Alliance with Japan: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on the last day…
Picture of the Day › Spanish visitor: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, left, is greeted by Emperor Akihit...
Cabinet approves “recovery” state budget for next year The Spanish Cabinet on Friday approved the draft state budget for next year, the first of the “recovery” in which the government pledged to continue with its austerity drive to reduce the budget deficit, but with no more tax hikes. As had been flagged earlier this week by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, the 2014 budget is underpinned by a growth forecast of 0.7 percent, up from a previous government estimate of 0.5 percent, which should be sufficient to create jobs, albeit a minimum amount. At a news conference after the Cabinet meeting, Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría said the “budget is reasonable and realistic” and aims “to contain spending and drive the recovery.” The government took the opportunity to also revise its unemployment forecasts, with the average jobless rate for this year now seen at 26.6 percent instead of 27.1 percent previously. For next year, the government is predicting the average jobless rate wi ...
Another Bailout for Spain?: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy wants you to believe the Spanish economy is improving...
Gibraltar: ‘EU will mediate in Gibraltar’: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and European Commissi...
Chief Fabian Picardo to Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy -- "See you in court!" -- -- via
Heat on Spain PM over alleged phone texts: Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, right speaks with his Polish ...
Spain PM vows to stay on amid corruption scandal: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Monday he had no...
CNA - Spanish PM refuses to resign in corruption scandal: Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy refused on Mond...
MADRID: Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy refused on Monday to resign over a corruption scandal rocking his…
Spanish PM embroiled in corruption scandal: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has become further embroiled in a corruption scandal...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy rejects calls to step down over scandal
 border=
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said on Monday he ruled...
MADRID (Reuters) - Pressure mounted on Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Monday as a once-trusted aide gave more testimony before a...
Spanish Prime Minister caught up in fraud scandal: Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is facing renewed call...
MADRID -- Conservative Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy faces a likely barrage of questions at a press conf...
BBC: Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is facing renewed calls to resign
BBC: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has already been accused of receiving illicit cash payments
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano faces calls to resign
Call for Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to resign following texts to disgraced official
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy faces calls to resign over ties to slush fund
A member of Spain's Judges' Council, Gómez Benítez, has called for the resignation of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy:
Spanish newspaper exposes Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and other top politicians receiving illicit payments.
A Spanish newspaper has published documents showing Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and other top politicians received illicit payments.
Sheldon Adelson has reportedly asked Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to axe the nation's online gambling rules.
associates breaking new-business,barcelona and hong kong news articles   Spanish Central Bank Says Recession Easing   Spain's job-destroying recession is set to ease in the second quarter of 2013 as activity improves, the Bank of Spain said Wednesday, adding its voice to an optimistic chorus emerging from the government. The central bank saw light ahead for Spain, wallowing since 2011 in a double-dip recession, which has pushed the unemployment rate to towering record of more than 27 percent, AFP reports.   "Latest information related to the second quarter points overall to an improvement in most indicators of demand and activity and an easing in the pace of contraction,'' it said in a monthly report. The message arrived one week after the International Monetary Fund said the Spanish recession may be coming to an end while warning that the "outlook remains difficult''.   Micron Associates :2012 TRENDS   Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's conservative government is touting signs of recovery in Spain after ...
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has rejected calls to hike the nation's headline rate higher than 21%
Order Miche Bag Online!
ZAS! Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has repeatedly called the escraches "undemocratic" ...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and seven of his Cabinet ministers traveled to Brussels
This piece of news was in one of the local papers here in Torrevieja. There are about 2 million young unemployed in Spain between the ages of 18 to 25, and this is going to solve the whole problem, I don’t think so Plans taking shape for new deal for young unemployed At long last ft seems that European leaders are recognizing that not only does something need to be done about youth unemployment but it needs to be done quickly, and last week in France the French Prime Minister Francois Hollande opened a day’s conference organized to discuss initiatives and a plan, being called the New Deal, that will be put to the European summit due to take place on June 28th. The Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy along with the French Prime Minister, have been-particularly keen to try to persuade other European leaders of the need to moderate austerity to prevent a lost generation of young people, often very well qualified but unable to find work. Youth unemployment at the end of 2012 was 53.2 per cent in Spain, 3 ...
Rajoy: Spain has no immediate plans for VAT changes: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Wednesday that ...
Rajoy Awaits Reprieve as Spanish Recession Evidence Mounts Spain will probably secure two more years to tame the largest budget deficit in the European Union as first-quarter data show the effects of the toughest austerity measures in its democratic history. The European Commission will decide tomorrow whether to grant Spain until 2016 to bring its deficit back within the EU limit of 3 percent of gross domestic product. Its verdict is due as a series of releases this week including mortgage lending, gross domestic product and inflation may underline that the construction-sector slump that triggered the nation’s economic crisis in 2008 is far from over. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is struggling to reorder public finances and haul the fourth-largest economy in the euro region out of recession as EU leaders back off austerity-first policies without embracing funded stimulus. Rajoy himself has ruled out lowering taxes. “It’s not enough just to ease back on austerity,” Jonathan Loynes, chief European ...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Wednesday that his government will almos...
Government to “revise” this year’s economic forecast, says Rajoy: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Wednesday sa...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is here for Mass, as well as Prince Felipe. Sitting not far from German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy speaks to the press after a meeting with the ...
Festival of Failures: A figure depicting Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is seen during the "Fallas"...
"We’ll fight for it to be our turn this time" says Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy
Spain Reform Delays Add to Bank Cleanup Hurdles, EU Says Spain is backsliding on economic reforms, fueling risks for its banking system in the midst of an overhaul that faces “significant challenges,” the European Commission said. “Progress in delivering of some key product and services market reforms has been slow,” the Brussels-based commission said today in its second review of Spain’s bank rescue program. “Persistent efforts are needed to compound the progress achieved to date” on the banking system and “to overcome the still significant challenges.” Officials from the commission and the European Central Bank visited Madrid from Jan. 28 to Feb. 1., and the International Monetary Fund participated in the review. The cleanup of the banking industry is on track so far, the report said. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is hesitating over EU demands to remove privileges from party operatives, union members and professional advisers in an attempt to contain the fallout from a series of corrupt ...
It is now safer to be a monkey in Spain—at least if you’re one of the larger species—than a man. Thanks to a new law passed by the Spanish parliament and signed into law by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, the Great Apes are protected from the moment of conception against abortion and fetal experimenta...
Main suspect in Spain graft scandal has passport seized MADRID (Reuters) - A former treasurer of Spain's ruling party, at the heart of a corruption scandal that has hurt Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, was ordered to surrender his passport on Monday while judges investigate millions of euros he deposited in Swiss banks. Former People's Party treasurer Luis Barcenas carries documents as he leaves Spain's High Court after testifying before a judge in Madrid, February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Juan Medina Luis Barcenas is accused of using his position to take bribes, evade taxes by hiding the proceeds in Switzerland and launder money through shell companies, charges that carry prison sentences of up to six years and fines. The... ~puffin
Spain successfully reduces deficit to 7% Following months of crucial austerity measures and structural reforms, Spain's budget deficit for 2012 fell to below 7% gross domestic product, after soaring to as high as 9.4% in 2011. In an annual speech on the state of the nation, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy insisted that his policies were working and that Spain is gradually emerging from the prolonged economic downturn that started in 2007. Despite falling short of the official 6.3% deficit target set by the European Commission, Brussels has already indicated that it will give governments more time to comply with their budget goals, especially in cases such as Spain, which has undertaken a serious effort to bring down its deficit. Meanwhile, the yield on Spanish 10-year benchmark bonds fell six basis points to 5.14% earlier today, a sigh of relief after a Euro-zone high of 7.75% in July.
unlimited calling, voip, phone service
Spain PM demands 'definitive' break-up of ETA: Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy insists on the "definitive...
During the debate on the state of the nation in the Spanish parliament, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy avoided the subject ...
Spain&Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy speaks during state of the nation debate...
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said the gap had closed to less than 7 percent of gross domestic product last year, down from 9.4 percent in 2011.
Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy declared Wednesday he had saved the country from economic disaster and vowed to crack down
EURONEWS VIDEO: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy gives major speech as his country goes on strike -- --
Spanish PM says economic crisis averted: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has delivered his first state of t...
Energy and Precious Metals Commentaries Crude Seen Dropping Amid Demand Worries On Weakening Economic Outlook Questions about oil demand were raise on Monday ahead of Italy's upcoming elections. The outcome of the parliamentary elections in the eurozone's third-biggest economy could affect the outlook for a region's recovery. Moreover, the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said Monday that the economic outlook for the eurozone remained weak at the start of 2013, expecting a contraction by 0.3% this year. While volumes return to normal on Tuesday after the U.S. holiday on President Day, the political uncertainty in Spain is also weighing on markets, as the charges of bribery is putting pressures on Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to resign. 'The caution might be a bit sharper in oil as we had quite a bit of a run-up and the market is vulnerable to bad news at the moment”, said Ric Spooner from CMC Markets in Sydney. Crude is trading as of this writing around the $ 95.88 a barrel level compared wi ...
Daily Overview EUR/USD (Bloomberg)The euro fell to within 0.4 percent of a one-week low versus the dollar before European Central Bank policy makers meet today amid political turmoil that threatens to renew the regions sovereign-debt crisis. The 17-nation currency weakened from its highest since April 2010 against the yen before Spain prepares to auction bonds today amid calls for Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to resign. ECB President Mario Draghi may indicate concern the economy is weak even as the bank hold rates, according to analysts. The yen rose as declining Asian stocks spurred haven demand. The New Zealand and Australian dollars fell after reports pointed to weak employment trends in both countries.Given the euros strength, Draghi is likely to remind us that the economy is still weak rather than giving some optimistic comments, said Kikuko Takeda, a senior currency economist in London at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd. I see the euro falling at a modest pace in the mid- to long-term. The euro wea ...
The ruling Partido Popular and Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy have denied that the party made payments from business donors to the PM and other party leaders, as a "slush fund" scandal emerges.
Stocks fall on new European worries: The big headlines come from Spain, where Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and ...
Market Breaking News : EUR Unemployment problems in Spain combined to corruption scandal threatening Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy position may hunt the euro and pushed the EUR/USD down.
The Spanish opposition calls for Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to resign
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy continues to face growing criticism after the scandal which hit his…
Spain Vows Transparency on Finances: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy moved to contain a scandal over alleged secret...
Get 6 Free VitaTops
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday denied wrong doing in a growing corruption scandal
Spain: Opposition tells Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to resign over corruption scandal
Rajoy Further Implicated in Scandal; Support Drops to 23.9% in Record Plunge: Prime minister Mariano Rajoy is no...
if Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy resigns.. will that produce some ripple?
protests after PM speech - Protests broke out in Spanish cities after Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy denied...
The internet is having a field day with this image of Mariano Rajoy that makes him look like a coward
Spain's opposition leader calls on PM Rajoy to quit: Spain's opposition leader called on Prime Minister Mariano...
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is expected to speak about a report alleging that he and other party members received regular payments from an undisclosed account.
Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy denies that he and others received payments from an alleged party slush fund and promises to publish income statements.
Envelopes of Cash: Corruption Charges Put Madrid on Defensive By Helene Zuber AFP New revelations about the corruption scandal that is rocking Spanish politics has put conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and his party on the defensive. Voters are beginning to lose patience. The powerful reacted the way powerful people react when they are in a tight spot. Former Prime Minister José María Aznar instructed his attorneys to sue the newspaper El País. Current Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, a conservative like Aznar, threatened to sue anyone who leveled accusations at his People's Party (PP). ANZEIGE For weeks, Spanish newspapers have published new details about one of the country's biggest ever corruption scandals, called "Gürtel affair," named in German after businessman Francisco Correa, whose last name means "belt". For years Correa allegedly bribed PP officials with money and gifts in return for public contracts. The general outline of the affair was known, but not the fact that the former treasur ...
Asymmetry in the Franco-German relationship? From Ulrike Guérot, World Politics Review: Throughout the European Union’s sovereign debt crisis, the conventional wisdom has portrayed Germany as leading the EU, in particular by imposing its economic policy preferences on the eurozone. A quick glance at Greece, Italy and Spain, suffering ever more acutely from austerity measures imposed at Germany’s insistence, would seem to confirm that perception. Germans are convinced that these countries need still more of the austerity cure, while Athens, Rome and Madrid are trying to convince Berlin that the medicine is just as fatal as the disease. . . . In reality, Germany is already pretty isolated, and a new European coalition bent on pushing back against the “Berlin Consensus” seems to be forming. . . . The events at the last EU Summit in June, when newly elected French President François Hollande choreographed a sort of Southern European alliance with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and Italian Pri ...
Daily Overview EURUSD (Bloomberg) Spain's scars from the slump that overshadowed Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's first year in office will emerge this week as data shows the toll on economic output that may have kept as many as 6 million people out of work. Spanish trade figures due today will be followed by house- price data tomorrow showing if the property market endured a fourth year of declines. The Bank of Spain may also release its estimate for fourth-quarter gross domestic product, and the data will culminate in jobs figures on Jan. 24, forecast by economists to show a record 26 percent of Spaniards unemployed. Officials predict the euro-area's fourth-biggest economy faces a further slump this year at a time when the government will struggle to meet its budget goals. Such a backdrop hasn't deterred investors, with the prospect of a European Central Bank backstop in the event of a bailout enabling the Treasury to fast-track higher 2013 funding needs, selling 16 billion euros ($21 billion) at its firs ...
I am piecing together a story of fraud and corruption involving the highest levels of Spanish government. My unnamed sources think it could bring down Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. However,...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy vows to take action against party members if required
Our ForToday article of the week... EuroVegas – More than Just a Gamble By Christopher Caldwell Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced this week that Madrid had been chosen as the site for a European imitation of Las Vegas, beating Barcelona. Las Vegas Sands, owned by the US billionaire Sheldon Adelson, plans an €18bn complex that would include a dozen resorts, six casinos and 18,000 slot machines. "EuroVegas", as it is called, is supposed to create tax revenues and jobs for Spain, and also profits for Mr Adelson. If this is a victory for Madrid, it is one that no other city should envy. The US model of mogul-managed, state-protected mega-gambling works poorly. It rests on certain kinds of advantages specific to the US political system, which in Spain is unlikely to function at all. Madrid has got into a fool's game, a project likely to anger its citizens. US state governments began licensing casinos to raise revenue two or three decades ago, when they lost the courage to raise taxes. Connecti ...
Spanish PM to Visit Chile, Peru, Panama and Algeria in '13: MADRID – Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy plans ...
Spain will start to create jobs at the end of 2013, says economy minister Despite the pain inflicted on consumers as a result of the government’s austerity drive and high unemployment, Economy Minister Luis de Guindos remained reasonably upbeat on the first day of the New Year about what the future holds for Spaniards in 2013. In an interview with Spanish radio station Cadena Ser, De Guindos said he expects the economy to be growing at a sufficient pace to start creating jobs in the last quarter of this year. The government is sticking to its forecast of a contraction in GDP of 0.5 percent this year despite estimates by the IMF and the European Commission that put the figure at almost triple. The economy is estimated to have shrunk 1.5 percent last year when unemployment moved above 25 percent. De Guindos said that if the labor reforms introduced by the Popular Party government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy had been applied earlier there would have been one million people fewer out of a job. “No cou ...
Spain faces €207bn headache in 2013 - Times of Malta - Spain faces €207bn headache in 2013Times of MaltaThe eurozone&fourth biggest economy has skirted a rescue so far even after slipping into a recession in mid-2011 that has sent the unemployment rate soaring to 25 per cent, the highest in Spain&modern history. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy&...and more »
More Pain for Spain in 2013: Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy warned that the new year will bring more pain ...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said he did not rule out tapping the European Central Bank's bond-buying:
The Spanish economy faces a difficult year, but for now does not need help from the ECB, said Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
Spain's PM says does not rule out asking for European aid: MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy...
Spain does not need European help for now says PM: MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said ...
Chávez biggest arms purchaser despite PP’s past concerns Venezuela was the biggest purchaser of arms and military equipment from Spanish companies during the first half of the year, according to a report presented in Congress on Wednesday. The government of President Hugo Chávez bought some 164.03 billion euros of equipment, accounting for 26.48 percent of all military sales by Spain, the secretary of state for trade said in the report. When he was in opposition, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy severely criticized his predecessor, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, for allowing the leftist Chávez to purchase arms and weapons from Spain. According to cables released by WikiLeaks in 2010, Washington in 2005 tried to pressure Madrid into not selling eight patrol boats — a 600-million-euro transaction — to the Chávez government because US officials feared they would be used for offensive purposes. Rajoy of the conservative Popular Party (PP) used Washington’s concerns to back his argument. Yet the seven ...
I also ordered him a plastic cup like the one Uncle Si carries around. I don't see it on the site anymore. Hope mine ships! *fingers crossed
Uncle Si, the new face television, Jack.
I figured out how Uncle Si hooks in his phone...with a phone JACK!!!
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy defends his record after first year in office -- --
CADIZ, Spain -- Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Saturday rejected as "u...
Spain objects to EU budget cuts - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has rejected as "unacceptable" a proposal fro...
EUR/GBP: Spanish and Greek Developments Support the Euro - In the previous European trading session, the Euro gained 19 pips versus the Great British pound on speculations that Spain is close to a bailout, and Greece would receive financial aid next week when the European officials meet and decide on the matter. In the UK, the release of the Retail Sales data weighed on the Pound as it added to signs that the economy could contract once more in the fourth quarter. In today's European trades, the EUR/GBP is expected to rise versus the Pound, although gains are seen to be limited. In order to reduce budget deficits in 2012 and 2013, the Spanish government led by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, came up with budget measures to accomplish its budget goals. And these measures were endorsed by European Union Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Olli Rehn, clearing the way for Spain to request for a sovereign bailout. Markets consider a Spanish bailout as positive for the Euro and as investors pin their hopes ...
Spain is suffering — and now it is hurting itself Last week Amaya Egaña, a 53-year-old former councillor in the Basque country, died after jumping from her fourth-floor apartment in Barakaldo — just before she was due to be evicted. In other circumstances, the story would have got only a brief mention. It made the front pages: this is the situation that we live with today in Spain. And so it was yesterday as the country plunged into yet another day of national strikes in protest at the government’s austerity programme. With the economy deep in recession and an unemployment rate of more than 25 per cent, Spaniards have plenty to worry about. One in two young people can not find work; many have to go abroad to earn a living. The mood is ugly. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, elected only last December, has already broken promises while approving austerity measures which have hit households hard, especially those living on only one salary. At the same time, the government has set in motion labour and fin ...
uh oh. Spains is in hotter water than i thought. Catalina is ready to break away from the country... no big deal except they pay a large portion of the taxes to a government whose outlays are already hemoraging "Spain's financial markets are quivering at the mere talk of secession of Catalonia, which produces almost 19% of Spain's economic output and 21% of its taxes. Investors fear the revolt will undermine Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's plan to get a grip on spending, particularly in the 17 regional governments that have been a big source of Spain's deficit. " there's your story: Catalina withdraws, Spain cracks. A generation of povery. So you see, if you want to end up like Spain vote Romeny: he want's to cuts taxes, raise military spending, and will overturn any savings we've gaining in health care spending from Obama care. How in the world does this man hope to pay for it? and I can tell you: he doesn't know and he doesn't care.
Stalling in Spain: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy of Spain has not yet requested help from the European Central Bank
Rajoy at odds with Madrid on copayment: The government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is…
MADRID — Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy promised Wednesday to seek a bailout if the
ANALYSIS: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's Aversion to Bailout Adds to Risk -- - via --
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Monday that his government "understands that it is not essential at this time" to seek aid from the European Union to protect "the general interests of the Spanish people".
Spain&Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, right, and Italian Premier Mario Monti li...
OUTLOOK On the global front, The jobless rate probably rose in October as U.S. employers kept a tight rein on payrolls with the nation closing in on the so-called fiscal cliff, economists said before a report this week. On European front, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi endorsed a proposal by German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble for a commissioner who has power over the budgets of nations in the euro region. Spanish government bonds had their worst week since August amid speculation Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's regional election victory last weekend gives him more room to delay seeking a bailout. On the domestic front, Minister Manmohan Singh's imprint on the Sunday reshuffle in the Council of Ministers is evident with several leaders who are in favor of more economic reforms now a part of his new core team. Petrol prices were hiked by 29 paise per litre and diesel by 20 paise after the Government decided to increase the commission paid to petrol pump dealers. We maintain a cautious v ...
Spanish unemployment climbed to a record in the third quarter as a deepening recession left one in four workers jobless, adding pressure on Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to seek a second European bailout.
Harvey Weinstein World Cup Las Vegas Donald Trump Puerto Rico President Trump North Korea Georgina Chapman Mike Ditka White House South Korean Supreme Court Ben Affleck Angelina Jolie Gwyneth Paltrow Michelle Obama Mark Zuckerberg Blade Runner 2049 Clean Power Plan Last Jedi Rose Mcgowan Red Sox Vietnam War Mitch Trubisky South Africa Kate Middleton Philip Hammond Kim Jong Hillary Clinton Los Angeles First Lady Middle East Hurricane Irma Golden Knights Justin Trudeau Theresa May Tom Petty Bob Corker Blade Runner Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy Santa Rosa Barack Obama Air Force World Cup 2018 Dawn French Chicago Marathon New Zealand Ben Stokes Ronan Farrow Matt Damon John Green Tim Cook Ehud Barak Way Down George Michael Stephen Paddock Ted Baker National Coming Out Day Impeach Trump Lindsay Lohan Jon Stewart Stephen Strasburg Jerry Jones Jemele Hill Miami Dolphins Star Wars National Football League Real Estate Liam Gallagher Young Frankenstein Trump Administration Oxford University President Donald Trump Harry Potter Bill Murray Chicago Bears Dusty Baker Fixer Upper International Day Heather Graham North Korean Asia Argento Wall Street Hurricane Maria Daily News Mandalay Bay Ivana Trump Costa Rica Donald Trump Jr Fight Song Manchester United Saudi Arabia Major League Baseball Mutual Fund Cook County Jimmy Kimmel Jamie George Mark Sampson Louis B Mayer Charlie Dimmock

© 2017

King Juan Carlos European Central Bank European Union European Commission Cristiano Ronaldo Crown Prince Felipe Real Madrid Juan Carlos Prince Felipe