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As the molten evening sun settles over Seville’s Plaza de Espana the melancholic melody of a guitar completes the rapture. Your head swims with delight to Sueno en la Floresta (Dreams in the Magic Garden). As T. S Elliot observed: ‘Music heard so deeply / That it is not heard at all, but you are the music / While the music lasts.’

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Suffering the foulest more repressive regime since the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), tens of thousands of Spaniards have demonstrated this Saturday in Madrid to request the resignation of Pedro Sánchez for the regime’s disastrous management of the Covid-19 crisis, the worst by far in Europe. The Pedro Sánchez Platform hostile to the Marxist regime had been reporting for weeks on the demonstration that took place today in the streets of Madrid.

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