Only two months after shutting down nine TV stations “because of lack of space on the spectrum”, the Ministry in charge of TV’s has announced they’ll allow five new TV stations to open up. But, and this is fun, it means every TV set in Spain is going to have to be reprogrammed, or you won’t get a signal.
The Spanish legal term prescripción doesn’t have a direct UK translation, despite it being such a useful get out of jail free card. It means “to fall outside of the statue of limitations”, and what that means is that whatever criminal offence you’ve committed, if you keep quiet about it for long enough, you can no longer be prosecuted. For example, let us assume you go into your local friendly supermarket and “lift” a jamón Continue reading Illegal homes blow – “reinterpretation” of law put off due to holidays