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Spanish government proposes law banning automated customer service
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Spain's Popular Party to elect new leader after power struggle
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Far-right Vox party enters regional government for the first time
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Madrid president Isabel Diaz Ayuso has accused leader Pablo Casado of spying on her family.
Far-right party eyes regional government role after big election gains
The far-right party says it has "the right and the duty" to be part of a new government in Castile and Leon after winning 13 seats in Sunday's early vote.
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The vote on Thursday was passed by 175 votes to 174.
Spain passes landmark labour reform, unlocking EU billions
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Spain: Left-wing parties call for inquiry commission into church abuse
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Spanish Parliament debates 'Only Yes is Yes' sexual consent law
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Bullfighting banned from Spain's €400 COVID 'culture recovery voucher'
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Spain to cut energy taxes amid anger over soaring electricity costs
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Spain's first national lockdown order was unconstitutional, says court
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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announces government reshuffle
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