Thursday, 15 September 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Patrimony Tax to impact a maximum of 150,000 people - Justice halts public Wi-Fi - Spanish banks request 34% more money from ECB - (Under photo of protests) Classes begin under protest / EL MUNDO Attempt at ringfencing Camacho causes rebellion in PSOE - IMF warns that Spain and Italy will need 'external help' - Bildu (Basque nationalist party) mocks King, linking him with Nazi flag / PÚBLICO Green flood (refers to union colours) about public schooling - Papandreu accelerates adjustments to stay within Euro - Tension in Government on reach of Patrimony Tax / ABC (Over photo of two ministers and one candidate) Three versions of the same tax - Tepid support from Merkel and Sarkozy on Greek Euro future / EXPANSIÓN (Business & Finance) UK accuses ECB of damaging City - Amazon comes to Spain with very aggressive offers - Ferrovial to appeal forced Stansted sale / EUROPA SUR  (Campo de Gibraltar) Los Barrios mayor halves total of union hours - La Línea must return grants diverted to other uses - PSOE and IU consummate expulsion of mayors from Parliament YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY FEATURE FOR ONLY €2

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