The pro-choice march in Madrid which features in the film. Photograph: Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images

There aren’t many films that do not seek to turn a profit and which are available to view online for free the day after opening nationwide. But for th(...)

Gowex CEO and founder Jenaro Garcia resigned after admitting he presented fictitious accounts

The Spanish government is planning to reorganise the framework governing the country’s stock market in response to the recent scandal surrounding tech(...)

In December, the conservative Popular Party  of prime minister Mariano Rajoy unveiled the first version of the Abortion Bill. Photograph: Andrea Comas/Reuters

The Spanish government has reportedly watered down a reform of the abortion law it is preparing to send to parliament, after its original draft law(...)

Ibrahim, from Ivory Coast: “We’ve got it into our heads that we have to get to Europe, however difficult that might be.” Photograph: Guy Hedgecoe

Twenty feet up a tree, Ibrahim seems to have little regard for his safety as he reaches out at full stretch and snaps off branches for firewood(...)

A demonstration in favour of Catalan independence in 2010. A recent opinion poll suggested 60 per cent of people in the region favour a split from Spain. Photograph: Gustau Nacarino/Reuters

Crimea’s secession from Ukraine has inevitably drawn comparisons with other territories seeking to break away from the state that governs them.(...)

Thousands of people march take part in a demonstration in Bilbao yesterday. The Basque Nationalist Party (PNV) joined forces with left wing nationalists Sortu and other nationalist parties and trade unions, and jointly called the protest after a march to be held in favour of ETA prisoners was declared illegal by a Spanish judge. Photograph: Vincent West/Reuters

Tens of thousands of protesters defied a court ban by marching through the streets of Bilbao in Spain’s northern Basque Country yesterday in support o(...)

 EU Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Olli Rehn (left) and Minister for  Finance  Michael Noonan at the start of a Eurogroup Finance Ministers meeting at the European Council headquarters in Brussels. Photograph: Julien Warnand/EPA

Euro zone finance ministers last night agreed on a “backstop” to deal with problem banks should a bank need more capital while Europe’s €55 billion fu(...)

 Minister for Finance Michael Noonan walks past Spanish economy minister Luis de Guindos  and European economic and monetary affairs commissioner Olli Rehn during a euro zone finance ministers’ meeting in Brussels yesterday. Photograph: Francois Lenoir/Reuters

Ireland’s decision to exit the IMF-EU rescue programme without the help of a precautionary credit line does not affect its ability to access the Europ(...)

A customer carries bags as he walks inside an El Corte Ingles department store in Madrid. Photograph: Sergio Perez/Reuters

Spain’s El Corte Inglés, one of Europe’s biggest retailers, plans to issue a €600 million bond via the Irish Stock Exchange. European companies have i(...)

Protesters march during a rally in support of striking teachers in Palma, on the Spanish island of Mallorca. The teachers have been on an indefinite strike in protest at a law promoted by the local government to implement trilingualism (Catalan, Spanish and English) in schools. Photograph: Enrique Calvo/Reuters

Efforts by the Balearic regional government to dilute the use of the Catalan language on the islands have led to a judicial battle, massive protests a(...)