Spain’s Princess Elena (left), Princess Letizia (rear centre) and Prince Felipe (right) comfort relatives of the train crash victims at the end of a funeral mass at the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, on July 29th. Photograph: AP

Minutes past midnight in the square fronting the flamboyant baroque cathedral in Spain’s Santiago de Compostela, a solitary besuited figure looks up. (...)

Train driver Francisco José Garzón Amo (centre) leaves the court following his release in Santiago de Compostela last Sunday. Photograph: Lalo R Villar/AP

The driver of the Spanish train that derailed last week, killing dozens of passengers, had received three warning signals after taking a phone call m(...)

Train driver Francisco Jose Garzon Amo, 53, is taken in a police car from Police Station to the Preliminary Court in Santiago de Compostela, Spain on Sunday.  Photograph:  Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images.

The driver of the train that derailed in northern Spain last week, killing 79 people, was talking on the phone at the time of the crash, a court heard(...)

Train driver Francisco  Garzón (right) is helped by two men after the  train he was driving crashed near Santiago de Compostela, northwestern Spain, earlier this week.  Photograph: Monica Ferreiros/Xoan A Soler/Reuters

The focus of the investigation into Spain’s worst rail crash for 40 years will turn on the train’s driver today as police hope to question Francisco G(...)