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14:34

Local

Manuel Valls: "If Spain breaks up, so does the rest of Europe"

Ivan Gelibter

...frontline politics as the possible future mayor of his birth city in an attempt to head off the Catalan independence movement. "The real debate now is between democracy and populism," he said, with reference to the Catalan crisis. "As a European I can say ... debate over Catalonia: "I thought that neither European nor Spanish leaders realised the risk that Catalan nationalism posed." Valls was answering questions put to him by SUR editor-in-chief Manuel Castillo and spoke following speeches by businessman

13:15

Opinion

Swap?

Mark Nayler

...the good). But might there be another reason that Spain is reluctant to extradite the French whistleblower just now? In the spring, Catalan separatist Marta Rovira fled to Switzerland. The deputy of ERC, a leftist pro-Catalan independence party,

14:28

National

Catalonia celebrates its Diada and thousands march for independence

SUR

Catalonia marked its annual regional holiday, the Diada, on Tuesday. The day is normally marked with lots of cultural symbolism but this year the centrepiece event was a huge rally through the centre of Barcelona in favour of independence. Separati

19:14

National

Tensions over removal of Catalan separatists' yellow ribbon symbol

CRISTIAN REINO

...imprisonment of pro-separatist leaders. On Wednesday, prominent politician, Albert Rivera, national leader of centrist Ciudadanos, and his regional Catalan leader, Inés Arrimadas, were in the town of Alella, in Barcelona province, untying yellow plastic ties ... weekend. And some 80 people took to Catalan streets in the early hours of Tuesday with their faces covered to remove some of the symbols.

18:09

Opinion

Let's talk

Mark Nayler

Judging by the reception he received on a visit to Barcelona last Friday, the Spanish king is now the most reviled public figure among Catalan separatists - a position previously occupied by Mariano Rajoy. Felipe VI was in the Catalonian capital to ... attend a memorial service for the 16 people killed in a terrorist attack on Las Ramblas last August; he paid his respects under a huge banner reading (in English), "The Spanish king is not welcome in the Catalan countries." Another banner read: "Free ... political prisoners. Without them this ceremony is a scam." Felipe VI's presence at the memorial service was bound to outrage secessionists. At the height of Catalan chaos last October - when the region's former president, Carles Puigdemont, held an

14:42

National

Warrant for ex-Catalan leaders is withdrawn

SUR

The Supreme Court has withdrawn arrest warrants for six ex-Catalan leaders in Europe, including Carles Puigdemont, after Germany said it would only extradite him for embezzlement and not rebellion as Spain wanted. The judge in Spain criticised the

15:39

National

Court confirms trial of Catalan 'rebels'

SUR

The Supreme Court in Madrid has confirmed that former Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont, and thirteen other Catalan politicians and civic leaders will face trail for their part in the process leading up to the illegal declaration of independence

17:09

Opinion

A precedented situation

Mark Nayler

Almost one year after a divisive referendum on Catalan independence, Catalans are once again calling for a split from Spain. On Tuesday, around a million people filled the streets of Barcelona to celebrate "La Diada", the region's commemorative day; ... bearing Catalan flags and banners bearing slogans such as "Let's build the Republic", they used the occasion to pump new life into the secessionist drive. As was the case in the run-up to the chaotic vote of 1 October 2017 (1-0), uncertainty about the ... economic impact of Catalan secession is surfacing again. But unlike last autumn, there's no need to rely on theorising about the consequences. We now have precedents - and they don't tell a happy story about the cost to Catalonia of breaking from Spain.

15:13

National

Separatist detainees moved to Catalan jails as Sánchez relaxes position

SUR

The former Catalan leaders in jail awaiting trial have been allowed to move from prisons near Madrid to Catalonia. On Wednesday six of the nine were taken to two jails closer to their homes. The new Socialist government, led by Pedro Sánchez, ... Wednesday evening pro-separatist Catalan president Quim Torra visited one of the two jails, saying, "Moving the prisoners closer isn't a concession [to separatists], it's not a political gesture nor does it form part of any negotiation." Torra is due to meet

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