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11:37

National

New Catalan president breaks deadlock and agrees to appoint untainted new ministers

SUR

The new president of the Catalan government, Quim Torra, gave in to pressure from Madrid this week by agreeing to choose four new names for regional ministries that he had previously offered to politicians either in jail or self-imposed exile. ... government in Madrid, a motion that Catalan separatist MPs have supported in the belief that there may be a softer policy on Catalonia from any new incoming prime minister. Torra was expected to travel soon to Berlin to meet self-exiled former president

11:44

National

Madrid refuses to ratify new Catalan regional ministers

SUR

...end the elements of direct rule. However Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has said that Quim Torra's choice of several regional ministers who are in jail or self-exiled outside Spain is not credible and has refused to ratify the Catalan leader's choice ... by publishing details in the official state bulletin. Torra, who visited Catalan leaders in jail this week in Madrid, has said he will take legal action.

14:26

Gibraltar

Improvements planned for Gibraltar beaches

Debbie Bartlett

Further to the works at Camp Bay, improvements are also being carried out at other beaches, including Little Bay and the northern end of Catalan Bay, Eastern Beach and Western Beach. The works include repairs to storm damage, sand regeneration and

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.

16:27

National

Source of funds for illegal Catalan referendum disputed at the top

SUR

The ongoing Supreme Court investigation, supported by the Guardia Civil, says that public money was used by the Catalan regional government to pay for the illegal independence referendum last year. This has been the basis for part of the legal ... action against ex-Catalan officials and politicians. However, this week the national Finance minister, Cristóbal Montoro, controversially said that he saw no evidence that public funds were used, provoking calls for an urgent clarification from both

15:02

National

Sànchez can't leave jail to lead Catalans

SUR

The Supreme Court has said that Catalan separatist and civic leader, Jordi Sànchez, is unable to leave jail to attend an investiture debate, planned for Friday (today), as candidate to be new president of Catalonia. The Catalan parliament had agreed

14:36

National

German court grants Carles Puigdemont bail and refuses to recognise Spanish rebellion charge

SUR

In a major setback for Spanish authorities on Thursday afternoon, a regional court in the northern German state of Schleswig-Holstein agreed to free the former Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont. Judges there ruled out extraditing him on the ... Spanish offence of rebellion. It had been hoped by the Spanish Supreme Court that Germany would compare its own offence of high treason to that of rebellion, and so agree to return Puigdemont to Spain on a more serious charge. The Catalan leader has been ... held in Germany since last month. Puigdemont was ordered pay 75,000 euros bail while German judges decide whether still to extradite him on the less-serious charge of embezzlement. Meanwhile, on Thursday, three Catalan leaders living in Belgium and

12:54

National

Radical Catalan separatist seeks refuge in Switzerland

SUR

...independence by secessionist Catalan politicians. Anna Gabriel, of the left-wing CUP party, had moved to Switzerland some days before her expected court appearance in an attempt to avoid possible detention in a move that mirrors ex-president of Catalonia,