Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Judges give Batasuna (ETA ally) another hiot by jailing 'number two' - Treasury accuses wife of PP Treasurer of fiscal fraud (tax evasion) - (Madrid boss Esperanza) Aguirre agitates protestors with attack on free schooling / ABC Rubalcaba questions Constitutional Court - Experts see wealth tax as electoral trap - PP will break with CiU (Catalonian nationalists) if it doesn't postpone bullfight abolition / PÚBLICO Obama's plan against deficit - Aguirre heats up teachers' strike suggesting education should not be free 'in all its phases' - Rubalcaba proposes creating special office to combat tax fraud / EL MUNDO Accused in 'Faisán Case' threaten to expose their party bosses - IMF will cut off Greece if it doesn't fire 20,000 public servants - S&P lowers Italy's rating owing to 'fragile' government / CINCO DÍAS ( Business & Finance) Fiscal offensive for N-20 (national elections onNovember 20) - Obama forecasts an extra billion from the rich - Two Spanish companies vie for chicken leg sales to China / EUROPA SUR Maersk workers return to strike without agreement - 140 million year old squid found in Algeciras - Algeciras processes 500 fines for 'botellón' in six months YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY ITEM FOR ONLY €2

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