Spain gripped by 'corruption' scandal
A former treasurer of Spain's governing Popular Party (PP) has arrived for questioning by prosecutors in Madrid over claims of secret payments.
Luis Barcenas will be asked about documents published in El Pais newspaper that allegedly show payments to leading PP members, including Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
Both Barcenas and Rajoy deny any wrongdoing.
The BBC's Tom Burridge spoke to people on the street in Seville about the general issue of corruption in Spain, which has been dominating Spanish newspaper headlines.