Euronews says Spain could become the first Western country to allow women to take several days of “menstrual leave” from the workplace each month under new proposed legislation to be outlined next week.
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Euronews says Spain’s government has agreed on a new code of conduct that will prevent toy manufacturers from using sexist stereotypes in their adverts.
Daily Express says SPAIN, Italy, France and Greece could be set to follow in Portugal’s footsteps and axe the UK’s “third nation” status.
The Sun says SPAIN has dropped its rule requiring face masks indoors today, giving Brits a welcome holiday boost.
The Daily Mirror says Spain holidays could be about to get a little cheaper for Brits thanks to a new law that’s come into force in the country.
Daily Mirror says A British man’s body has been found on a waste tip in Spain.
Euronews says at least 25 migrants are feared to have died at sea during an attempted sea crossing near Spain’s Canary Islands. Police said that several migrants were “thrown overboard”
France24 says Spanish supermarkets can legally ration consumer purchases of certain products under a new provision published Wednesday in the state’s official bulletin.
Euronews says Spain is readying a package of emergency economic measures worth €6 billion in direct aid and tax breaks and €10 billion in loans for families and businesses.
The Guardian says Spain has seized a Russian oligarch’s $140m yacht in Barcelona, sources said the vessel belonged to head of Russian state conglomerate Rostec.
The Guardian says Spain’s interior minister has defended the behaviour of police who were filmed beating and pepper-spraying a young sub-Saharan African man.
The Independent says The only woman ever to be put on Britain’s most wanted list has been arrested in Spain after almost a decade on the run.
A tragic vessel sinking on Monday has killed at least 10 sailors and around a dozen others remain missing after the Spanish fishing trawler sank off the coast of Canada.
The Independent says In north-western Spain, the sight of roofs emerging from the surface of the water in the Lindoso reservoir is not uncommon.
BBC News says many UK families have cancelled half-term trips to mainland Spain and the Canary Islands because children over 12 must be double vaccinated to enter.
Euronews says a conservative MP’s bizarre voting error, which allowed the left-wing government to save its labour market reform at the last minute.
The Moroccan navy rescues 63 migrants including 15 women and three children after their vessel started to sink as they tried to reach the Canary Islands.
The Metro says soaring Covid-19 cases have prompted lawmakers in Spain to tighten restrictions on gatherings and social distancing at some of the country’s top tourist destinations.
More grim news for the crypto market on Monday, as Spain begins to regulate crypto asset rampant advertising of crypto assets.