Balearic beaches ready to receive tourists. | CATI CLADERA
They like Arancha González Laya in Britain, the BBC especially. It’s because she speaks English, and so there’s no need to go through an interpreter. And it’s handy that she’s Spain’s foreign affairs minister as well, although arguably not as useful as if she were the tourism minister, as all that matters at present is what arrangements can be conjured up with the Johnson government (the assumption being that the other governments will follow suit) regarding tourist travel.