Monthly Archives: January 2017

Be warned: You might be facing a huge hike in electricity bills for January

 Households are being warned by consumer associations as electricity bills across Spain are expected to rise this month after the cold weather sent demand soaring.

Customs have recovered 120kgs of cannabis resin in an operation today

Gibraltarian Customs Marine section have recovered 120kgs of cannabis resin in an operation conducted by uniformed officers of the Marine Units, the RGP and Guardia Civil marine units.

Update: Flaring by the CEPSA Oil Refinery on Sunday afternoon

 On Sunday columns of black smoke were belted out into the air during a leak, leading to numerous complaints from Spanish and Gibraltarian residents.

The smoke that could be seen this afternoon was from the Cepsa refinery

A power failure at the CEPSA refinery located between San Roque and Campamento has provoked a large smoke plume this afternoon at around 16:30h.

Nuclear ‘Doomsday Clock’ ticks closest to midnight in 64 years

 Atomic scientists reset their symbolic “Doomsday Clock” to its closest time to midnight in 64 years on Thursday, saying the world was closer to catastrophe due to threats such as nuclear weapons, climate change and Donald Trump’s election as U.S. president.

Donald Trump orders work to start on Mexico border wall

 Mexico president cancels US visit after Trump wall comments

Prime minister Mariano Rajoy says Brexit is a ‘serious threat’ to Spain

Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy has said Brexit is a ‘serious threat’ to Spain because of how many Brits live in and visit the country.

“The Guardian” requests journalists to form an alliance against Trump

Here is “The Guardians” article of today: “We broke the Panama Papers story. Here’s how to investigate Donald Trump”

Must see: The Netherlands introduce themselves to Trump in a way he understands

This video has been going viral as it uses Trumps own language:

Spain passes law to help clients claim back abusive mortgages from banks

The Spanish government approved a decree on Friday that gives banks three months to reach a settlement with clients who were sold mortgages with abusive interest rate floors.

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