Why are farmers protesting in Spain? Madrid will tackle energy crisis with or without EU


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The Spanish Government pledged last week to get a handle on the skyrocketing cost of living – but law changes won’t come into force until March 29.

On top of this, the Government hasn’t actually specified what it will do to help those struggling and the wider economy.

The Minister of the Presidency, Felix Bolanos, said last week that the country would look at “alternatives” with or without the EU, as the bloc has brought in few meaningful measures to tackles the crisis.

He said: “We are going to work to ensure that the consensus includes the European Union partners, and if there is no consensus, the government will also take measures.


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