European Parliament. Photo by Guilhem Vellut (Flickr).

The results from the recent elections to the European Parliament saw populists rise and the center just about hold: here’s what happened in Spain and the rest of the EU. Read more



"Jo ja he votat" button, 2011. Photo by Sebastià Beinn (Wikimedia).

A look at the results of the May 26th local elections in Barcelona. Read more



Photo by Man Vyi (wikimedia)

Victor Horcasitas and Héctor Cols talk about the participation of expats in upcoming local and European elections Read more



European Parliament. Photo by Tristan Mimet (Pixabay).

Elections to the European Parliament take place in Spain on Sunday, May 26. Here’s a summary of what you need to know about what is set to be the most important EU vote in decades. Read more



Photo by Jordi Play, courtesy of Convergència Democràtica de Catalunya, 2012. (Wikimedia).

Get to know the people opting in to govern the city for the next four years. Read more



Congreso de los Diputados (Pixabay).

Following some part-predictable, part-surprising results in Spain’s 2019 general elections, we take a look at the winners, the losers and what it all means for the future of governance in Spain. Read more



Congreso de los Diputados, Madrid, Spain. Photo by Luis Javier Modino Martínez (Wikimedia).

As Spain prepares to go to the polls on April 28, we take a look at who’s in the running and tell you a bit about all the major contenders for Spain’s top job. Read more



Photo by Lassewillken (Wikimedia).

We try to make sense of what on earth has been going on across the English channel, and recap the legal developments that will affect Brits living in Spain. Read more


Financial Advisor Barry Davys reviews the implications of Brexit for U.K. nationals living in Spain. Read more


Amy Holden.

Photo by Todd Pacey.

Amy Holden urges EU expats to use their voting rights Read more


Intervention from the European Union becomes less likely as Puigdemont must clarify his statement by Monday. Read more

In the City

Independence declared but suspended as Puigdemont urges for dialogue with Spain. Read more

In the City

Puigdemont’s speech on Tuesday evening was met with confusion and disappointment. Read more

In the City


Photo by Albert Han

Warnings and support as the President of the Generalitat prepares to declare the results of the October 1st referendum before the Catalan Parliament tomorrow. Read more

In the City

Hundreds of thousands join the protest for dialogue and unity. Read more

In the City

Demonstrations organised for 12pm this Saturday 7th, in a plea for mediation between governments. Read more

In the City

Sabadell and CaixaBank to move legal base out of Catalunya. Read more

In the City

No compromise over mediation says Spanish government. Read more

In the City

Carles Puigdemont calls for mediation but does not retract independence plans. Read more

In the City