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Spain Tag Archive

Inter Milan v Sevilla: Europa League final review

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In the first of two major European finals last weekend, we saw Inter Milan face off against a strong Sevilla side...

My all-time favourite dish

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My all-time favourite dish? Now that difficult. But when I think of my favourite dish, I must bring it back to an amazing memory, wherein the food enhances the experience. So, my...

Dear travellers: what the fuck?

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Amidst the breakout of a particularly infamous virus (which shall not be named) hell has been set lose around the globe. Panic shopping that leads to fights for toilet paper and...

A time defined by fear: how Coronavirus is affecting our sporting world

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With everyone's minds on one topic this month, our sports writers take a look at the impact that Coronavirus has had on the sporting world...

The best city break destinations: Spring 2020

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Anna Goclawska shares her favourite city break destinations for an impromptu holiday this spring...

The rise of the Spanish right

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Sesha Subramanian discusses the rise of the right wing Vox party in Spain. ...

Violence after Verdict: the escalated problems in Catalonia after separatist leaders’ trial

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On Monday 14th October, the Spanish Supreme Court sentenced leading Catalan politicians and civil activists to between 9 and 13 years in prison. It is with perverse irony that the...

Roast, Toast, and Soapbox

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Roast Fascist Franco’s Family Fiasco On October 24th a grave injustice was put right when the remains of the fascist former dictator of Spain, Francisco Franco (1892-1975),...

How is Christmas celebrated around the world?

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! But does Christmas look the same across the globe? We asked people to investigate how six different countries celebrate at this...

The Alpujarras

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The Alpujarras is a small, mountainous region in the far south of Spain, known for its natural beauty and cured meats. If you’d like to visit this place, there’s a few things...