Spain's Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria described the austerity measures unveiled today as a "crisis budget aimed at emerging from the crisis".
She told a news conference that the emphasis was on cuts rather than tax increases, but she was keen to stress that social spending accounted for 63.5% of the budget.
More top news
Immigration, extremism, Europe and tax cuts: The key promises unveiled in the first Tory-only Queen's Speech in almost two decades.
The FBI is believed to have fitted a tiny microphone into a hotel key fob to spy on officials.
A woman who refused to get married as a 'fat bride' tells GMB she shed six stone after a nasty jibe about her weight left her in tears.