Spain

Spanish Student Faces Prosecution After He Pretended To Be A Spy, Gatecrashed King's Coronation

Huffington Post UK | Keumars Afifi-Sabet | Posted 02.12.2014 | UK Universities & Education

A 20-year-old Madrid law student faces prosecution after he infiltrated a host of Spain's most exclusive events, including King Felipe VI’s coronati...

Jessica Elgot

'I Am Quite Clear That People Have Lost Trust In Us'

HuffingtonPost.com | Jessica Elgot | Posted 29.11.2014 | UK

At first glance, the office of the European Parliament's president is a eurosceptic's stereotype, the top of the 15-story building, with sweep...

The Cultural Poison of Europe's Immigration Policies

Alexandra Politaki | Posted 27.11.2014 | UK Politics
Alexandra Politaki

In the name of defending its prosperity, Europe is encouraging a historic decline of the humanitarian principles and values on which much of European culture has been constructed during the last three centuries. Not only is the welfare state in retreat, but a hostile attitude towards vulnerable social groups is becoming prevalent. An outlook is gradually spreading of considering vulnerable people to be unacceptable, particularly when they come from abroad. The cultural implications for Europe, which long ago stopped being the leading producer of culture in the world and has been living in the shadow of the USA, are incalculable.

How to Be Happy - A Simple Formula!

David Hurst | Posted 24.11.2014 | UK Lifestyle
David Hurst

We all know that seeing a friend has this positive effect, but sometimes we repeatedly push it away in pursuit of happiness by other means. But in the pursuit of "achieving" this other happiness, we usually neglect what we know does make us happy: spending time with friends.

Podemos: A Youthful Warning

Asher Kessler | Posted 21.11.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Asher Kessler

Podemos should serve as a warning to the British political class. If you kick us too hard, we could just kick you back.

Top 10 #Hotels for Social Media Influencers

Trivago.co.uk | Posted 21.12.2014 | UK Tech
Trivago.co.uk

Social media is an undeniable part of travel. From reading blog reviews of where to stay, to getting that all important Snapchat at the beach, many of us will continue to check in to our social networks throughout our holiday - and hotels are taking note.

Minister Calls For Ebola Airport Screening As NHS Put On Alert

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 09.10.2014 | UK

Ebola Symptoms: Why No One In Britain Clearly Has The Disease Yet Senior Home Office politicians have called for a crackdown at British airports to...

First Person In Europe Tests Positive For Ebola

AP/Huffington Post UK | Posted 09.10.2014 | UK

Ebola Symptoms: Why No One In Britain Clearly Has The Disease Yet In the first known transmission of the current outbreak of Ebola outside West Afr...

Another European Separatist Movement Has Called A Referendum

The Huffington Post UK/AP | Posted 27.09.2014 | UK

BARCELONA — The president of Spain's powerful northeastern region of Catalonia on Saturday has called an independence referendum, the latest secessi...

The Wider Impact of Scotland's Referendum

Alexander Leivesley | Posted 19.11.2014 | UK Politics
Alexander Leivesley

In the early hours of Friday morning, after a long, hard-fought, bitter campaign, it was confirmed that Scotland wanted to stay in the comfort zone of the Union.

Rush Hour, Condensed In One Horrifying Timelapse

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 17.09.2014 | UK Tech

Rush hour might be the ultimate combination of all the things we hate about traveling: it's crowded, slow-moving and ultimately involves interaction w...

Eight Things You Must Do When Visiting Ibiza

Emily Oakden | Posted 10.11.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Emily Oakden

Lots of people see Ibiza and automatically associate it with endless parting in world renowned clubs. Yes, those words are synonymous with certain parts of the island, but there is another side of Ibiza that offers idyllic beaches, fantastic Spanish culture and quaint towns.

As I Walked Out Through Spain in Search of Laurie Lee by P.D. Murphy, a Review

Matthew Hirtes | Posted 05.11.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Matthew Hirtes

Of mice and men. Best-laid plans. And all that. Murphy's stroll, lovingly illustrated on the front cover by a Fran Ford painting, isn't a walk in the park. Expect detours and derailments. In a travelogue which is, astonishingly, this writer's full-length debut.

La Tomatina Is Insane, But You Should Definitely Go

Henry Boles | Posted 03.11.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Henry Boles

At first glance, it's easy to see why people might snub La Tomatina as a tourist trap... there is nothing more exhilarating than ditching a handful of rotten tomatoes at the face of a decrepit Chinese lady, only to turn around to a large German man waiting to smoosh a whole one in your eyeball.

Ashya King 'Obviously Happy And Never In Danger,' Brother Says

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 01.09.2014 | UK

The brother of Ashya King, the boy with a brain tumour whose parents took him from hospital and fled to Spain, has defended them, saying they did not ...

Catalonia - Beyond the Bright Lights of Barcelona

Justin Francis | Posted 27.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Justin Francis

Spain's north-east corner holds a secret. Technically, it's not Spain. At least that's what you will be told again and again by the Catalan people, fiercely protective of their independence and identity. It's a region of incredible individuality...

Explore Metropolitan Gran Canaria With Mr Gran Canaria Local

Matthew Hirtes | Posted 17.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Matthew Hirtes

The Canary Islands are not famous for their cities. With good reason, generally. Although there are exceptions to the rule, however. One thinks of Tenerife's San Cristóbal de Laguna, for example, which you'll fall for on first sight.

Politics of More Importance Than Economics for the Eurozone

Jeremy Cook | Posted 14.10.2014 | UK Politics
Jeremy Cook

Mario Draghi reminded everyone gathered in Frankfurt and listening in around the world that it is not the ECB's decision as to whether to go ahead with asset purchases. Firstly, Eurogroup leaders would have to vote on it.

Becouscous I Told you, That's Why! - A Hitch-Hike to Morocco

James Dann | Posted 13.10.2014 | UK Comedy
James Dann

The old band back together. "No fella (I imagine he said fella) it's legal, it's OK, €50 and we'll be back in 5 minutes, my brother will ...

Experimental Ebola Drug Heads To Liberia, But Did A Spanish Priest Die AFTER Being Treated?

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 12.08.2014 | UK

Fears have been raised over the distribution of an experimental Ebola drug after a Spanish priest, believed to have been treated with the serum, succu...

How to Discover the Great Outdoors on Gran Canaria

Matthew Hirtes | Posted 10.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Matthew Hirtes

When you tell people you live on Gran Canaria, they immediately think you're sunning yourself on a beach 24/7. But whilst we might live on a holiday island, we've still got to work to earn a living. Plus there's interesting turf to match GC's surf. A great outdoors to explore at our leisure.

No-one Knows Gran Canaria Beaches Like Mr Gran Canaria Local

Matthew Hirtes | Posted 01.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Matthew Hirtes

Moving to Gran Canaria as a parent has turned me into a beach lover. There are 80+ beaches on the island and I'm determined to visit them all. Currently, my tally's just above the 50 mark.

Team Focus: Atlético Neither Stronger Nor Weaker Following Recent Summer Activity

Ben McAleer | Posted 29.09.2014 | UK Sport
Ben McAleer

The signings of Mandzukic and Griezmann in particular are a real statement of intent by the club, while Simeone has acted accordingly in bringing in defensive reinforcements. With Madrid and Barcelona attempting to outspend one another however, as is customary each summer, Atlético will find it a lot harder to defend their La Liga crown, regardless of the signings made.

Team Focus: How Happy Can Barcelona Be With Their Summer's Business so Far?

Alistair Tweedale | Posted 27.09.2014 | UK Sport
Alistair Tweedale

There is plenty of time for Barcelona to fill any vacancies that they need to before the end of this transfer window, but so far at least, they are yet to eradicate their many glaring inadequacies from last season. Bringing in Suarez is a real statement of intent from a side looking to regain the dominance they have enjoyed in recent years, but there is certainly still work to be done.

Is the Eurozone Crisis Over?

Martin Koehring | Posted 23.09.2014 | UK Politics
Martin Koehring

The euro zone has emerged from recession, borrowing costs have fallen and the risk of euro area collapse has diminished since mid-2012. However, major causes for concern persist.