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13:29

National

Puigdemont's new seat in Euro chamber raises questions

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Carles Puigdemont won a seat in the European parliament last weekend. The former regional president of Catalonia is in self-imposed exile in Brussels to avoid arrest in Spain over charges including rebellion and abuse of public office. This wasn't a ... in Spain, became the second representative. What happens next in the process of Puigdemont and Comín taking up their seats has been cause for debate this week. Although both are out of Spain and need to go to work in Brussels, experts said that they

12:50

LifeStyle

2 NOVEMBER 2017: Custody without bail for Catalan independence MPs

Jennie Rhodes

On Thursday 2 November 2017, prosecutors in Madrid called for former senior members of the Catalan regional government to be denied bail and held in jail following the attempted declaration of independence on 27 October when MPs voted to create a "Ca

13:57

National

Puigdemont launches Republican Council

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The new body, which is more symbolic than real, is not part of the Catalan regional government but has its support, and is not funded with public money. The council will be led from Belgium by Carles Puigdemont, who headed the Catalan government b

17:31

Opinion

Outside in

Mark Nayler

María Jesús Montero retain their positions. Calviño remains as economy minister and has also become a deputy prime minister, and Montero stays as budget minister while also taking on the role of governmental spokesperson. Brussels might be less happy, ... government is boosting welfare spending at the same time as meeting the EU's stringent fiscal targets (ironically, the pro-austerity conservative government led by Mariano Rajoy between 2011 and 2018 failed to satisfy any of Brussels' economic expectations).

18:53

Gibraltar

Gibraltar isn't scared of Brexit

Héctor Barbotta

...would be different now, though, because Spain does nothing but threaten us," he insists. In fact, he says, the UK has shown the way forward to other countries in the EU that no longer want to cede sovereignty to Brussels. British government Returning