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HELL HATH NO FURY LIKE A WOMAN SCORNED

HELL HATH NO FURY LIKE A WOMAN SCORNED »

19 Jul, 2018
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Why Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein made all those revelations about her affair with King Juan Carlos and his alleged murky businesses isn't known. Not yet anyway. What's for sure is that her confessions will have already done irreparable damage to the abdicant king.

GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “PAMPLONA: I’M STILL RUNNING,” 19 July 1963

GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “PAMPLONA: I’M STILL RUNNING,” 19 July 1963 »

17 Jul, 2018
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I’VE just got back from Pamplona and if I’ve said it once, I’ve said it and will repeat it again a thousand times; Never Again.You can quote me next year. I’m bearing the scars of several cornadas, mostly in the region of the liver (pronóstico: muy grave.) and that last bit of the trip, after the car blew up in flames sixty nine kilómetros outside Madrid played hell with my gout. So on that happy note of goodwill and Christian charity, I will leave you to retire to my local clinic. And a happy Sanfermines next year to each and every loving little one of you.

IE University: The Plunge (and the Rebounce?)

IE University: The Plunge (and the Rebounce?) »

11 Jul, 2018
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Since the year 2000, the IE Business School has grown in popularity as well as quality, with their MBA program moving up the ranks from 24th best globally to the 8th in 2017. The business school was looking forward to another bump in the rankings, possibly surpassing the University of Chicago’s Booth or even Columbia business school. Yet, when the new Financial Times rankings were published this past January, the IE University ranking plummeted from 8th to not making the list at all! Will it ever bounce back among the top-notchers?

A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “PAMPLONA: THE SUN ALSO SETS,” 5 July 1963

A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “PAMPLONA: THE SUN ALSO SETS,” 5 July 1963 »

4 Jul, 2018
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A beautiful, timeless, classic, witty account of the running of the bulls. And to think that it was written no less than 45 years ago. In GUIDEPOST, of course!

MARTA ORTEGA: WHO IS SHE & WHY SHOULD HER NAME RING A BELL?

MARTA ORTEGA: WHO IS SHE & WHY SHOULD HER NAME RING A BELL? »

3 Jul, 2018
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Zara on Oxford Street, London: the heir presumptive worked here!

 

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A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “READING FOR A SUMMER DAY,” 12 July 1963

A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “READING FOR A SUMMER DAY,” 12 July 1963 »

1 Jul, 2018
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It is summer time now when all movement is poured stickily out of a bottle. It is no time to do anything at all. And so here’s a Torremolinos without movement in, and for, a summer afternoon.

TORREMOLINOS TODAY

TORREMOLINOS TODAY »

1 Jul, 2018
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Torremolinos nowadays would be almost nothing if not an appealing resort with an inexhaustible source of entertainment

LA RIOJA, It’s Not Just World-Class Wines

LA RIOJA, It’s Not Just World-Class Wines »

25 Jun, 2018
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It's film-making too!

OLD NEWS! A MINISTER OF CULTURE AND SPORT WHO’S DOWN ON BULLFIGHT AND WOULDN’T BE CAUGHT DEAD DOING SPORT

OLD NEWS! A MINISTER OF CULTURE AND SPORT WHO’S DOWN ON BULLFIGHT AND WOULDN’T BE CAUGHT DEAD DOING SPORT »

14 Jun, 2018
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IRRELEVANT QUOTE: "I am not an athlete. I’m saying this say for everything that has come out [on Twitter]. I do not like to practice sport but I do like sports, and I will support and love sport and support all athletes because they are heroes and heroines."

DEMOCRACY IN SPAIN: IT WORKS!

DEMOCRACY IN SPAIN: IT WORKS! »

6 Jun, 2018
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One might say that the Vote of No Confidence launched by Pedro Sanchez and the PSOE stemmed from a spur-of-the-moment decision, the direct result of the untenable situation brought about by the then incumbent Prime Minister’s failure to heed the national mood. Moreover, everyone agrees that it’s bumpy road all the way for Sanchez, the new President. But, hey, the democratic Constitution worked!