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17:13

Sport

A defining week for Barcelona

Rob Palmer

It's been just another average week at FC Barcelona. Outgoing president Josep Maria Bartomeu and his executive team were arrested as investigations deepen into 'Barçagate', just as club members are pondering who they want to lead the club out of a cr

13:29

National

Eight sent to prison without bail for an arson attack on a police van in Barcelona

CRISTIAN REINO

...person and a Spanish woman who are allegedly responsible for the attack on a Barcelona local police van, when there was an officer inside, during demonstrations following the jailing of the Catalan rapper Pablo Hasél. The police officer managed to get ... and the exit route to avoid their arrest," the police reported. Since the start of the riots over the imprisonment of rapper Pablo Hasél, the Catalan police have arrested a total of 140 people.

13:26

Opinion

Vanishing act

Mark Nayler

There was no clear winner in last Sunday's Catalan election, but there was a notable loser - centrist Ciudadanos. Formerly a dynamic alternative to right-of-centre voters done with a broken, unrepentant Popular Party, Ciudadanos has been slowly but ... about the government's restrictive measures. Ciudadanos' silence created a yawning vacuum where there should have been a questioning, independently minded opposition. When it comes to Catalan independence, the centrist party's anti-secessionist

13:07

Sport

Barcelona victorious as Malaga plays host to Queen's Cup Final

MARINA RIVAS

La Rosaleda stadium in Malaga was the venue on Saturday evening as Barcelona Women secured their seventh Copa de la Reina title with a 3-0 win over Logroño. This was the first time that the competition, the most prestigious cup in Spanish women's foo

15:23

Opinion

Into the fire

Mark Nayler

So, former Health minister Salvador Illa is headed for a new challenge. This dour, bespectacled man, star of some of the most boring press conferences ever given, is to run as the Socialist candidate in the upcoming Catalan elections, due to be held ... Barcelona on 8 October 2017, days after the region's separatist government staged an illegal referendum on secession. He was the Socialist mayor of his Catalan hometown of La Roca del Vallès between 1995 and 1999, and has held several posts within the ... planning a wedding or reorganising an office. But what does he really believe? Illa's entering the boiling furnace of Catalan politics, in which the heat has been turned up considerably over recent years. The anti-separatist Catalan Socialists are hoping

12:31

National

Banner that lost Catalan leader his power becomes museum exhibit

SUR

...offending sign for display at a publicly funded museum. The Museu d'Història de Catalunya (Museum of Catalan History) has taken possession of the sign which carries the phrase, in Catalan and English, 'Free the political prisoners and exiles', as well as ... a yellow ribbon. The ribbon is the widely used symbol of resistance in the Catalan nationalist movement to the arrest and trial of those politicians and public leaders who conspired in the illegal independence referendum of October 2017. The local ... it very clear that the Catalan government supported what our people had decided," said Torra over the banner. The museum has said that it is its job to preserve "the collective memory" of Catalan society.

12:47

Opinion

Inner conflict

Mark Nayler

...ideological differences, especially those concerning Catalan independence and the Spanish monarchy, go even deeper than financial clashes. Iglesias wants a legitimate independence referendum in the northeasterly region, and publicly backed the illegal ... that he would hold a national referendum on the institution's future if he came to power. Sánchez, by contrast, is against a Catalan independence referendum and supports the Spanish monarchy. If you were having a dinner party and inviting these two