Mundo Celta por José Antonio Sierra

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The London Spanish Film Festival launches its 12th edition with an extraordinary line-up of recent Spanish films, most of them UK premieres and a unique opportunity to watch them in London. From enigmatic thrillers to fresh comedies, from poetic dramas to international co-productions, documentaries and promising shorts, this year's line-up offers an insight into the compelling variety of Spanish cinema and its artists.

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Editorial:

Why have we still no Government? It’s been nine months since the last one was dissolved to prepare for fresh elections. Since then, we have had two uncertain general elections and there could even be another one at the end of the year. Even then, there might be no quorum. If Rajoy ‘went’, and a substitute took his place, then maybe things might be resolved. This seems unlikely.

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IMMA (Irish Museum of Modern Art) and Grizedale Arts (UK) have collaborated to create an extraordinary new project in 2016 that examines the function of art. Echoing the role artists and the European Arts and Crafts movement played in creating and articulating a new vision for Ireland pre-1916 this project takes shape as a visual and working installation in IMMA’s iconic courtyard from 12 – 28 August 2016.

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Siete meses después de las elecciones generales del 20-D nos enfrentamos al grave riesgo de la celebración de unas terceras elecciones a finales de año, debido a la flagrante irresponsabilidad de los líderes políticos españoles, que carecen de sentido de Estado y no están a la altura de las circunstancias.

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Politics is sometimes more about a thirst for power (or ‘opportunity’) than the will to serve the people. Well, as Spain dismally considers a third General Election, this is hardly a revelation. In Madrid, if Mariano Rajoy were to resign as head of the PP and candidate for President, perhaps the country could begin to operate normally once again. If not, we could always listen to Felipe Gonzalez, who, like El País, appears to have moved firmly to the Right. In Barcelona

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As the United Kingdom decides to leave the EU for an unknown future, Spain quietly celebrates thirty years membership in the European Union. Here in Spain, a country ‘without any major anti-EU political party’, Europe has been without doubt more than kind. For the many EU citizens who choose to live in this fine country, the influence of the European Union on our rights and our privileges is equally obvious and evident.

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BALLYMENA FARMER SENTENCED ON ANIMAL WELFARE AND FOOD HYGIENE OFFENCES

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, ENVIRONMENT AND RURAL AFFAIRS
21 July 2016
Ballymena farmer sentenced on animal welfare and food hygiene offences

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It was eighty years ago this week when the Spanish Civil War began. Eighty years is a long time, but the wounds from this terrible time are still in evidence. Many Spaniards would rather not talk about their grandparents’ experiences, and perhaps it is time to respect their wishes.

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Well, it’s hot!

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Housing:

Eight years after the real estate bubble officially burst, all the existing indicators point to the sector’s crisis being over, although there are still some loose ends and some kind of legacy, such as the banking sector’s non-performing loans.

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Es sabido que el fútbol es un deporte que se inició en Inglaterra a        mediados del siglo XIX, consistente en que dos equipos rivales de once jugadores cada uno se enfrentan con el objetivo de hacer entrar un balón en la portería del adversario, debiendo atenerse los jugadores a unas determinadas reglas.

                           Se tienen noticias de que ya en el antiguo Egipto hace tres mil años y después, tanto en Grecia como en  Roma, se practicaba una suerte de juego, en que los participantes movían con los pies unas pelotas rellenas de plumas y pelo, en una actividad lúdica precursora en la distancia  a lo que sin duda vino después.

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 "British expats are claiming their Spanish-European identity", The Corner, 07 | 07 | 2016 - Noticia
The British community in Spain is the largest in the EU ... After the political earthquake created by Brexit, a large part of this community is now seeking dual nationality from the Spanish government to protect their rights as European citizens. For this to happen, there will have to be a change in the Spanish law. ... situation might lead to some of these pensioners selling up and going back to the UK. Something similar ocurred in 2008-2009 when the pound was weak and many retired expats faced serious problems to pay the bills. Some homes were just abandoned on the coast as people returned to the UK.

Business Over Tapas July 7 2016 Nº 168

07 Julio 2016 636 votos

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Editorial:

The issue of the Brexit has taken hold with the ex-pats – to a certain extent. Perhaps the precipitous drop in the pound against the euro has engaged their attention. Reports from the UK of the peculiar loss of the Brexit champions, Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage, or perhaps the pale assurances of the British ambassador Simon Manley, may have muddied or perhaps even calmed the waters.

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