Airlines and travel firms are experiencing a surge in demand following Boris Johnson’s road map for how coronavirus restrictions will be eased.
Protests in support of a jailed rapper have turned violent for a sixth consecutive night in Barcelona with clashes between police and groups of youths in the centre of the city.
A fifth night of protests to denounce the imprisonment of a Spanish rap artist has once more devolved into clashes between police and members of fringe groups in Barcelona.
A 24-hour standoff between police and a Spanish rapper barricaded with dozens of his supporters in a university ended with anti-riot officers arresting the artist.
A rapper in Spain and dozens of his supporters have locked themselves inside a university building in the artist’s latest attempt to avoid a prison sentence for insulting the country’s monarchy and praising terrorism.
Nicola Sturgeon has said it takes “all her power” not to “use expletives” after an alleged breach of Covid-19 regulations at Rangers.
Voting has started in Spain’s north-eastern Catalonia as 5.3 million voters are called to cast their ballots in an election that will test the region’s secessionist movement.
The unrelenting increase in Covid-19 infections in Spain following the festive season is again putting a strain on hospitals and threatening the mental health of doctors and nurses who have been at the forefront of the pandemic for nearly a year.
A powerful gas explosion tore through a residential building in central Madrid on Wednesday, killing four people and ripping the facade off the structure.
A loud explosion apparently caused by a gas leak has partially destroyed a residential building in the centre of Spain’s capital, killing two people and injuring at least two more, according to officials.
A loud explosion has partially destroyed a small building flanked by a school and a nursing home in the centre of Spain’s capital.
Jet2 has suspended all flights and holidays until March 25.
Much of Spain is struggling to return to normality three days after a 30-hour-long record snowfall that was then hardened by record-low temperatures.
Emergency crews in central Spain have cleared 500 roads and rescued more than 1,500 people stranded in vehicles as the country slowly shovels its way out of its worst snowstorm in recent memory.
Fears of disruptions following Britain’s departure from the European Union were replaced by coronavirus-related restrictions on border traffic between Spain and Gibraltar on Monday, the first working day at the United Kingdom’s only land border with the European mainland.
The Government is “working closely” with Spanish authorities to resolve issues over post-Brexit residency documentation, after British nationals were prevented from boarding flights back to Spain.
Spain is warning of disruption for workers, tourists and businesses if no deal is agreed over Gibraltar’s border before the UK’s Brexit transition period with the EU ends.
European doctors, nurses and the elderly have received the first doses of a coronavirus vaccine in a symbolic show of unity by the EU as the continent faces its worst healthcare crisis in a century.
European Union nations have launched a co-ordinated effort to give Covid-19 vaccinations to adults among their 450 million citizens.
Spain’s King Felipe VI has used his traditional Christmas Eve speech to make a renewed call for the country’s leaders to demonstrate exemplary behaviour.
European politicians and media outlets have been sharing their reaction to the new Brexit deal that sets the scene for an altered relationship between Britain and its closest trading partners.
The situation at the UK border is “deteriorating, contrary to an upbeat assessment from the Prime Minister”, an industry agency has warned.
Spain’s bumper Christmas lottery, known as El Gordo (The Fat One), has been held under tight conditions because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Calls have been made to lift freight restrictions at UK ports “within the next 24 hours”.
Spain’s Parliament has voted to approve a Bill that will allow medic-assisted suicide and euthanasia for long-suffering patients of incurable diseases or unbearable permanent conditions.
A centenarian has been discharged from a hospital in Spain after recovering from coronavirus, one year after overcoming influenza.
Proposal to turn castles and historic buildings into high-end hotels could have ‘huge impact’ on north-east
An SNP party conference proposal to transform Scottish castles into luxury hotels could lead to a tourism boost in the north-east, it has been claimed.
Scotland are off to a major tournament for the first time since 1998.
An Aberdeen gambler is suing a betting firm for more than £3 million claiming his wagers were illegal because he placed them from his Spanish holiday home.
Coronavirus tightens its grip: A look at the rise in cases across parts of Europe and further afield
Several large European nations have seen a steady increase in the number of coronavirus infections being recorded in recent weeks.