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13:23

Sport

Champions party

Rob Palmer

Catalan club. On the field were Frenkie de Jong, Arthur, Ansu Fati and Antoine Griezmann whilst with Lionel Messi, Ivan Rakitic and Sergi Roberto were on the bench. Ok, they needed the goalkeeping of Marc-Andre Ter Stegen to ensure the scoreless draw but

14:32

National

Catalunya celebrates its 'Diada' regional festivities

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The streets of Barcelona, the Catalan capital, and other towns and villages in the region were filled with festivities and political statements on Wednesday. People were marking the Diada (or Catalunya Day) public holiday, held every 11

10:55

Opinion

A day of two halves

Mark Nayler

...the "independistas"; two years later, as then Catalan president Artur Mas prepared to hold an independence referendum deemed illegal by Spanish courts, that figure rose to 1.8 million - over one million more people than took to the streets this week. ... secession. To put this spin on Wednesday's turnout, over half a million people STILL took to the streets, even though an independent Catalan Republic looks further away than ever from becoming reality. The biggest challenge for Spain's next prime minister -

11:50

National

Catalan 'rebels' told they can be in Euro vote

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Spain's top courts have refused to block the candidacy for the Euro elections of three Catalan leaders who are in self-imposed exile to avoid facing trial on separatist charges. Former Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont, and his ex-regional

20:55

National

Rajoy dissolves Catalan parliament and calls regional elections for 21 December

Daryl Finch

Prime minister Mariano Rajoy announced on Friday evening the decision to dissolve the Catalan parliament and to call new elections in the region for 21 December. This came after the senate granted Rajoy unprecedented powers under Article 155 of ... the Constitution to impose direct rule on Catalonia after the region’s parliament voted unanimously to declare independence. Following a cabinet meeting, during which the removal of Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont, and his ministers was ... government is calling elections in Catalonia to give Catalans back their voice." Throughout the day, the European Union, the UK, Germany and the United States all said they would not recognise Catalan independence and expressed their will for Spanish unity

17:18

National

Spain to impose direct rule after Catalan parliament votes to declare independence

Daryl Finch

...jubilation as the result of the vote is announced.Agencies Rajoy will now call a cabinet meeting and begin proceedings which will most likely lead to the sacking of Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont. The Catalan regional parliament earlier in the day ... Catalan anthem, 'Els Segadors'. Thousands gathered outside the Parlament building in Barcelona in support of the decision. In a tweet posted after the result of the vote, prime minister Mariano Rajoy, said: “I appeal for all Spaniards to stay calm.

12:09

National

Catalan government told to remove yellow ribbon symbol

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...elections in the next ten weeks, including national poll on 28 April and, the municipal, European and, in some areas, regional votes on 26 May, says it is illegal for public bodies overseeing voting to show bias. The Catalan government failed to comply by ... Thursday's deadline, and central government has said it would ask for regional politicians to be fined. Sights on Europe As election fever grows in the country, the self-exiled former leader of the Catalan regional government, Carles Puigdemont, has said

14:08

National

Catalan leader swaps the "political" yellow ribbon for a white and red one

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Every rule is made to be broken. That was what red-faced national regulators discovered on Thursday morning in their ongoing attempts to get the Catalan regional government to take down its "political" yellow ribbon symbols. It needs to comply with ... the role of overseeing fair play in upcoming municipal, Euro and national votes, and so cannot be seen to be taking sides. The yellow symbol is displayed by Catalan separatist supporters in protest over the detention and trial of some of its leaders ... and politicians. After initial defiance, the regional president said he would only agree to an official Catalan body, not a national one, telling him to take them down. That job fell to the Catalan public ombudsman on Wednesday, who agreed with the