Spain’s newest culture minister resigned from a week-old government following local media reports that he had avoided paying taxes 10 years ago.
A new job as a fashion brand ambassador might just suit Mariano Rajoy, who was ousted on Friday after losing a no-confidence motion.
Euronews speaks to Spanish politics expert Paul Kennedy about what the changes mean for the Catalonia dispute, what policies Sanchez is likely to pursue and how long he will last in power.
Pedro Sanchez takes over after winning a vote of no confidence in Mariano Rajoy triggered by a corruption scandal involving the PP
A former economics professor, the leader of the socialist PSOE party has made history by becoming prime minister of Spain
Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy held crisis talks with members of his cabinet on Thursday night, as he appeared almost certain to lose a no-confidence vote in Parliament.
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Twenty-nine people linked to Mariano Rajoy's centre-right People's Party have been convicted of corruption offences including falsifying accounts, influence-peddling and tax crimes. Some are demanding Mr Rajoy call a snap election.
Spanish opposition parties threaten Mariano Rajoy with a no-confidence vote.
The former treasurer of Spain's ruling People's Party, Luis Barcenas, has been jailed for his part in a corruption case that has also ensnared dozens of other high-ranking party members.
Spanish PM won't be at Thursday's meeting in Sofia because Kosovo's president is attending
Catalonia’s new leader elected by the region’s parliament is described as a hardline separatist who has vowed to continue the struggle for independence from Spain.
Cristina Cifuentes has resigned as head of the Madrid region after video emerged of a shoplifting incident in 2011, adding to pressure on her PP party and the Spanish prime minister.
25 pro-Catalan independence leaders face trial for rebellion, misuse of public funds and disobedience as the Supreme Court in Madrid steps up legal action following last year’s illegal referendum and independence declaration.
100 days have passed since the ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont established what he called a "government in exile" in Brussels.
Puigdemont fled over the Pyrenees on October the 29th, a day after the government in Madrid dissolved self-rule in Catalonia and removed him from office.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, making his year-end address at the Moncloa Palace in Madrid, says he hopes Catalan's new parliament will usher in a period of stability
"Let me come back", Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont tells Spain.
The prime minister also ruled out a national election as he addressed the country a day after separatist parties won the Catalan regional vote
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy pushes for a return to ‘normality’ as Spain’s politicians rally in the run-up to the Catalan election.
It became an internet meme, but now the cartoon-decorated boat that housed Spanish police in Barcelona is finally leaving.
Spanish Prime Minister calls for huge turnout so "silent majority" can "restore freedom and democracy".
Spain Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has made his first visit to Barcelona since imposing direct rule on Catalonia a fortnight ago.
Carles Puigdemont refuses to recognise the sacking of Catalan regional government
Spanish PM Rajoy fires government of Catalonia
Spanish government is set to impose direct rule over Catalonia as crisis spirals
Reports now claim leader Carles Puigdemont is not going to Madrid for last-ditch talks