Next Thursday heir to the Throne of Spain Prince Felipe is celebrating his 45th birthday in a low key manner, surrounded by friends and family. He’s the only member of the Royal Family who’s in the public favour at the moment, as he and his ex-TV presenter wife keep themselves busy “doing good” around the country. Whilst his Dad and Sister also keep themselves busy, not doing so much good around the country. 65% of Continue reading Prince Felipe in a lowkey 45th birthday party
Mariano Rajoy delivered a furious speech today in Barcelona, during which he said he would NOT permit a referendum on Catalan autonomy, said any such referendum was ILLEGAL, would NOT permit any actions that would lead to a breakup of Spain, would TAKE ACTION against anyone who tried hold a referendum and would NOT enter into any discussions on the matter.
Here’s the stories about Nigel Goldman (aka the Fat Fraudster) from the local expat press this week: The Olive Press has a very interesting look at his failed life: All that glitters is not Nigel Goldman as seasoned British fraudster vanishes over millions of missing money in Spain looking at his past convictions that lead him to Spain, and the times he’s spent in jail. The Costa Almeria News has Take the money and run Continue reading More on Nigel Goldman in the expat press
I am told that the long awaited trial of Lenox Napier versus the EuroWeeklyNews owner is being held on Monday at penal court nº 4 in Almeria. Lenox was originally (back when, 2009? info on his blog somewhere) sued by the Eusuesdens for slander, after accusing them of purchasing the rights to his newspaper, setting up a side company, shifting all the advertisers and clients to the new company, then returning the empty original (and Continue reading Lenox versus the EuroWeekly court case on Monday!