Weather advisories in place in 22 provinces in Spain for below-zero temperatures, snow, wind, and even avalanches Nude cartoons went up in parts of northern Spain this week to raise awareness about transgender children.. Police are worrying about the drastic decrease in the average age of clients in brothels, who hail from all walks of life Social media giant Facebook has registered with the central bank, and is poised to challenge traditional lenders BULK sales of olive oil from Spain to the US have skyrocketed, new figures show. Analysis by Oxfam shows the world's top eight richest tycoons have together amassed fortunes totalling £349.8billion. The planet’s poorest 3.6billion have the same sum between them. The number of NHS bureaucrats earning more than the Prime Minister has doubled in three years. Ninety-three officials took home more than Theresa May's £149,440 salary last year – up from 48 in 2013 Around 3,000 mobile phones have been seized by prison officers in England and Wales in just 12 weeks. The devices were found following operations in jails between June and August 2016. Ministers last night said Britain remained committed to sending China 3 million pounds to bolster the sport at grassroots level, despite having no idea if the programme is effective. UK taxpayers have forked out more than £17.9million since 2011 to cover the costs of running a school, health centre and ferry service for the residents of Pitcairn Island. An investigation by the Bank of International Settlements has blamed the freak crash of the pound on badly managed computer trading platforms and inexperienced Asian-based currency traders 62-year-old David Wilkie, who won gold in the 200m breaststroke at the 1976 Montreal Games, was accused of swimming too fast and without care for other pool users.