Ciudadanos have voted to reject any form of co-operation with PSOE in forming a government after the 28th April General Election.
🍊 Hoy se reúne la Ejecutiva Nacional de Cs para trabajar de cara a las elecciones del #28abril y debatir sobre la actualidad política.
📽 En breve, @CiudadanoVille atenderá a los medios de comunicación en nuestra sede en Madrid. pic.twitter.com/O8fqVkmD9Z
— Ciudadanos 🇪🇸🇪🇺 (@CiudadanosCs) February 18, 2019
The executive branch of the party said that it had voted not to engage with Pedro Sanchez or PSOE if negotiations were required after the vote.
In their statement they confirmed that they would not support PSOE, saying that they believed they should return to opposition.
In an opinion poll at the weekend, a PP, C and Vox coalition would be only three seats short of a majority in the Spanish parliament.
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The total number of work related deaths rose 5.5% last year compared to 2017, according to the latest Accidents at Work Statistics report.
652 workers died as a result of injuries in the workplace last year, the highest number since 2011.
Workplace injuries also rose by 3.2% compared to the year before.
Whilst the number of deaths and injuries has risen slowly, the peak number was back in 1990, when nearly 2,000 people died in work.
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Improvement works on the TF-1 motorway between Las Chafiras to Oroteanda should cut journey times by up to half when completed, according to regional president Fernando Clavijo.
The €23 million project will see a third lane installed on the motorway, and improved junctions and road layouts on the stretch, with the aim to reduce the congestion the area suffers from daily.
The works are expected to take 30 months to complete.