The Foreign Office lodged a formal complaint with Spain after a British diplomatic bag was opened by a Spanish border guard.
An "unlucky 13" of Britain's most wanted criminals who are thought to be hiding in Spain has been unveiled today.
A 25-year-old Spanish man living in London has been hailed as "the voice of a lost generation" after his Facebook complaint went viral.
Formula 1 racing teams Red Bull and Sauber have issued tributes to test driver Maria de Villota, who has died at the age of 33.
Christian Horner - On behalf of everyone in the team, we send our sincere condolences to Maria’s family at this difficult time"
Sauber tweeted: "We are shocked to hear about the death of María de Villota. Our sincerest condolences and sympathy to her family for this tragic loss."
Christian Horner, team principal of Red Bull, said: "We were extremely saddened to learn of the loss of Maria de Villota.
"On behalf of everyone in the team, we send our sincere condolences to Maria’s family at this difficult time"
Former Formula One test driver Maria de Villota has died at the age of 33.
On July 3 last year, whilst testing for Marussia, De Villota was involved in a freak accident at Duxford Aerodrome in Cambridgeshire that resulted in her losing her right eye.
Despite spending a month in hospital, De Villota rebuilt her life and became part of the FIA's Women In Motorsport commission.
Spaniard De Villota was the daughter of former F1 driver Emilio, and competed in F3, GTs, touring cars and the Superleague Formula before joining up with Marussia.
It is understood De Villota was on a tour promoting her autobiography at the time of her death, with reports in Spain stating she was found in a hotel room in Seville.
A statement on De Villota's Facebook page, signed by her family, read: "Dear friends: Maria has left us.
"She had to go to heaven like all angels. We are thankful to God for the extra year and a half that he left her with us."
Spanish Formula One test driver Maria de Villota has been found dead in a hotel in Seville, Reuters have reported citing police.
A pregnant British woman has died at an airport in Spain as she prepared to fly home to Birmingham after a holiday to mark her grandmother's 70th birthday.
The unnamed 21-year-old woman, who was was three-to-four months pregnant, died yesterday afternoon at Girona airport in the north-east of the country.
Local reports said the woman died after feeling sick and collapsing in an airport lift. She was with relatives, who helped her while emergency services were called.
A spectacular video has been revealed of how La Sagrada Família will look when it is completed in 2026 - almost 150 years after it was started.
The basilica has been a building site since building began on 19th March 1882 and continues today.
Now the building of the church follows Antoni Gaudí's original ideas and plans and will have 18 towers, 12 dedicated to the apostles, 4 to the evangelists, one to Jesus and another to Mary when completed.
The new video is a mix of aerials views of the current building with computer animation highlighting how the work is expected to progress to the striking finished structure.
As an expiatory church, the financing of La Sagrada Família is totally private, being funded by the 2.5 million visitors it receives each year and private donations.
Spanish MPs are considering changing time zones by an hour after a report found that it would improve eating, sleeping and working habits, the BBC has reported.
According to the document by a parliamentary commission, Spain had not been in the "correct time zone" for more than 71 years. The Spanish dictator General Franco moved Spain onto Central European Time to follow Nazi Germany during the Second World War.
The report adds that Spain should be in the same time zone as the UK and Portugal.
The Foreign Office and Spanish police have both denied initial reports in local media that the five-month-old baby who died after being trapped on a baggage collection conveyor belt was English.
A post-mortem examination is expected to take place later today or tomorrow.
Guardia Civil officers have described the death of a five-month-old baby trapped in a baggage collection conveyor belt at a Spanish airport as an "accident".
Emergency services tried to resuscitate the baby, but he was pronounced dead by the airport's doctor at the scene.
– Guardia Civil spokesman
We are still in the early stages of the investigation and looking at CCTV footage, but it seems that it was an accident.
The mother left the baby on the conveyor belt, which can be activated by detecting weight or by an airport employee.
It seems that the baby carrier's weight activated the belt and the child was trapped in the rollers in the drop zone.
A five-month-old baby was killed after he was trapped in the baggage collection conveyor belt at a Spanish airport following a flight from Gatwick.
The child's American mother flew into Alicante-Elche airport at 11pm on Wednesday with her baby and other young child on an easyJet flight from London, sources at the airport said.
She placed the child inside a baby carrier on a stropped heavy baggage collection belt - which was activated by the weight, setting it in motion - and watched on in horror as he was whisked off.
Her Canadian husband was waiting for the family in the arrivals zone when the incident happened at around 11.30pm.
The family were reportedly in Spain for a holiday in the nearby resort town of Denia on eastern Spain's Costa Blanca.