The pandemic confinement gave people time to ponder their way of life and, accordingly, their place of residence. Spain, next to the UK, is a top choice of those thinking of moving to a new country when the coast is clear. France comes third.
The Acting Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, held several working meetings in London to evaluate and strengthen the contingency plans of the Government of Spain in the event of a no-deal withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. “Strengthening contingency plans before Brexit is a government priority,” she says.
My daughter Teresa who is nearly nine has suffered from severe cerebral palsy since birth. In 1986 I saw three or four programmes on television about the Peto Institute in Budapest. And there we went at the end of June. Although Teresa is only supposed to be affected physically, the first assessment classed her as ‘severely mentally handicapped’. I have no guarantee that the Peto method is the best the world can offer but studying their theories it seems to be a fairly logical type of treatment for a child like mine. But perhaps Teresa’s saving grace is her great sense of humour and her large brown eyes that try to make up for her difficulty in communicating. Her brother and sister spend some time fighting together but they also look after Teresa wonderfully, in an extremely unselfish way, and they try to make sure I do the same – they certainly let me know if I don’t.
The acclaimed musical comedy, Young Frankenstein, promises to be a major hit as EL JOVENCITO FRANKENSTEIN in Madrid. Watch the video we've provided here and you'll see why. You might even decide to come to THE show!
Jesus Carmona, "the fenómeno of the Flamenco World": He won Best International Artist and Best Production. This is the first time a candidate bagged two Latin UK Awards for the same category in the same edition
If ever some of the companies would evacuate London, Madrid and other European cities will be there to welcome them with open arms
Listen, folks, if you’re in London these days – not to mention if you live in the British capital – there’s a special treat for you: yummy M&M, a.k.a. Marilyn Monroe
PLEASURABLE CHARITY EVENT: A selection of operettas including “Carmen” performed by British musicians trained at the Royal Academy of Music in London