Monday, 31 October 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Rajoy proposes lowering taxes for capital, and lowering salaries - Rixch to poor gap In Spain gets much wider - "The disappearance of ETA does not affect having to complete prison sentences / EL MUNDO  Dorribo paid €200,000 to Blanco's cousin only a few metres from minister's car - Generalitat charges ex CiU bosses with sale of patrimony to get cash - PP promises to ring-fence the Parot Doctrine and will not negotiate with terrorists / PÚBLICO Rajoy wants to lower taxes on the wealthy - Mediator says the three Tindouf kidnapped by Al Qaeda are alive - EU has not touched assets linked to building and toxic products / ABC (Re Rajoy's plans) PP's decalogue to lift Spain - Iberia pilots threaten to strike on Nov-20 and over Christmas / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) Looking for ideas against crisis - Au revoir, Trichet. Ciao, Draghi - Experts and politicians blame estate valuers of favouring banks / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) (Over photo holding cup) Sergio García ends Valderrama curse - 28 accused of charging for work on provincial schools but never finishing them - PSOE raises tension by accusing PP Councillor Fernández of 'machismo'

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