1. Moncloa detects that Sánchez’s wear and tear due to the CNI crisis already places him below Feijóo

This circumstance would explain the strategy of the Government and the PSOE to raise the tone against the leader of the PP in an appreciable way in recent weeks

2. Shooting in Uvalde: “There were parents willing to enter the school because the SWAT team did not arrive”

Witnesses to the tragedy criticize that the elite group took time to neutralize the shooter, who resisted for more than an hour

3. Dead, wounded or hiding in a bunker: the children of the Ukrainian war

Ukrainian authorities put the number of children killed since Russian troops invaded the country at 240

4. Galán: “We don’t have profits from heaven. Iberdrola earns 29% less while the oil companies double profits”

The president of Iberdrola avoids responding to Ribera but reaffirms that “customers not subject to the Government rate” are not suffering volatility “”

5. Fede Valverde: “My son has made me mature and see that I no longer exist, it’s everything for him”

The Uruguayan, undisputed at Real Madrid in the second part of the season, explains his change due to “diet and ‘coaching'”. “I hope it’s not a shitty Saturday for my whole life,” he says in this interview with EL MUNDO

6. Are we living in a book bubble?

New formats, more publishers, an increase in the reading rate… The strength is clear, but how do you coexist between so many books? Do you edit too much? Is the current model sustainable?

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