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Santiago Abascal: the Vox leader described Ceuta’s Muslims as “pro-Moroccan” and “fifth columnists” and as a result was subsequently declared persona non grata by the city’s assembly. Photograph: Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)

The uneasy relationship between Spain’s main parties of the right has come under scrutiny after the leader of the far-right was the target of a censur(...)

Spanish matador Morante de la Puebla touches the horn of a bull during a bullfight at The Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville.  Photograph: Marcelo del Pozo/Reuters

A well-known matador’s treatment of the bull he was facing has drawn the ire of Spanish animal rights campaigners and once again thrown bullfighting i(...)

Spain’s far-right Vox party regional candidate Francisco Serrano delivers a speech next to leader Santiago Abascal as they celebrate results after the Andalusian regional elections in Seville. Photograph: Marcelo Del Pozo/File Photo/Reuters

The involvement of Spanish far-right party Vox in a new governing agreement for Andalucía has ended four decades of Socialist rule in the southern reg(...)

Santiago Abascal, leader of Spain’s far-right party Vox. Vox has vowed to fight against what Mr Abascal calls “the dictatorship of the politically correct”, including a growing campaign for women’s rights. Photograph: Cristina Quicler/AFP/Getty Images

The far-right Vox party is threatening to scupper the formation of a new regional government in southern Spain if its demands, which include counterin(...)