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14:31

National

Anniversary protests in Catalonia increase tension among separatists and with Madrid

SUR

There was friction among secessionist political allies and renewed calls for tougher action from Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez on Catalonia this week. This follows violent outbursts in the region by separatist supporters marking one year since the ... illegal independence referendum. Monday, 1 October, was always expected to be a day of tension in the region. Marches and protests had been arranged throughout Catalonia, many with the help of the Comités de Defensa de la República-CDR, (republican

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. ... Separatist leaders called for those held over last year's illegal referendum to be released. Opposition parties claimed that over half of Catalonia's population, "who don't support independence", felt excluded.

16:31

Opinion

Hollywood to Catalonia

ANDREW J. LINN

...she was not alone, so left the tray at the door. The next morning Marilyn was found dead. The intrepid ex-waiter returned to Spain in 1962 to fulfil his lifelong ambition of making wine. He found a vineyard in Catalonia's Penedés region and bought

17:09

Opinion

A precedented situation

Mark Nayler

...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. ... Catalonia, which accounts for a fifth of Spanish GDP, has been hit hard by its separatists' efforts to divorce the motherland. Since last autumn's vote, more than 3,000 companies have moved their headquarters from the region, led by bosses fearing the ... benchmark Index - also fell, to below 10,000 points for the first time since 2015). Whether Catalonia can support such a substantial capital outflow, or how it would fare if another 3,000 companies fled Barcelona, are questions up for debate; but even posing

12:00

LifeStyle

12 October 1910: Birth of pioneering Spanish athlete Margot Moles

Tony Bryant what happened today?

Born in Terrasa, Catalonia, in 1910, Margot Moles Piña was a pioneer in women's athletics in Spain. Specialising in hammer throw, discus, hockey, swimming and skiing, in 1936, she became the first Spanish women's skiing champion in an official

15:45

Opinion

Let's be realistic

Mark Nayler

It was reputedly Einstein who defined insanity as doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results each time - a definition that seems appropriate when applied to the more radical separatists in Catalonia. For the second time since ... exacerbate the economic damage already sustained by Catalonia since 1-O, but it's not only for that reason that separatists should stop nominating problematic candidates for the presidency. It's also to demonstrate they haven't lost touch with the political ... realities of their situation. Puigdemont is one of three separatist candidates who have been unsuccessfully nominated since Mariano Rajoy called a snap election in Catalonia last December (in which pro-independence parties gained a slim parliamentary

13:39

National

Catalonia has a new president - separatist Quim Torra avoids swearing allegiance to King

SUR

...failure of the new Catalan leader to swear allegiance to the constitution and King Felipe VI. The Spanish flag was also nowhere to be seen. Now there is an official regional president, the suspension of some of Catalonia's devolved powers by Madrid, ... for Catalonia was put on hold last October after the regional parliament voted on an illegal declaration of independence and was then dissolved by Madrid.

11:37

National

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

SUR

When the earlier four nominations were made, central government refused to ratify the appointments or lift the suspension of some of Catalonia's devolved powers. Despite initially saying he would take Madrid to court, Torra changed plans and agreed to ... appoint a regional cabinet untainted by pro-independence legal action. This paves the way for all of Catalonia's devolved powers to be restored at last. The decision comes against the backdrop of the planned no-confidence vote against the national ... 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

15:39

National

Court confirms trial of Catalan 'rebels'

SUR

...by Catalonia last October. Up to now the presiding judge had only been considering the evidence, although most had been in prison to prevent escape or reoffending. Others, including the former president himself who is in Germany, had been continuing

11:34

National

Stalemate in Catalonia still as vote on new president is suspended

SUR

Plans to appoint a new president of the Catalan government have taken a step backwards in the last week after the speaker of the regional parliament suspended the expected debate and vote last Monday on the candidacy of Jordi Sànchez. Last Friday, 9