Pedro Sánchez hopes to win over wavering centrist votes in a snap election. But what of the potential king makers on the far right and far left?
Data analysed by Byline Times reveals the numbers of EU migrants being returned to their home country or another EU state in the first quarter of 2021 was higher than in previous years
People fleeing conflict and the climate crisis reach the Spanish border only to find a militarised, hostile environment where even children are forced to sleep in the open air. Conor Patrick Faulkner reports
Nafeez Ahmed sees the current energy crisis as a symptom of a deeper malaise – reliance on Russia and fossil fuels – which could lead to spiralling inflation and a perfect global economic storm
Since the EU Referendum, remain-voting Gibraltar has faced uncertainty, food shortages and ignorance – and people in the territory are doubtful that this will change
Reports that Poland plans to introduce a law banning ‘LGBT propaganda’ have been denied by ministers – but the assault against LGBTIQ rights in Europe continues
A virtual protest organised by Spain’s Women Of The World Platform is part of a global assault on women’s and LGBTIQ rights, reports Sian Norris