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13:56

Opinion

Cost analysis

Mark Nayler

Estimates for the potential cost to Spain of the Catalonia crisis are like those of Brexit for the UK: in both cases, the figures are constantly changing, depending on what side of the argument they're coming from. The latest forecast regarding the ... concerned that the Catalan issue is far from being resolved. It was probably also intended as a frightening statistic, one that will further encourage independence parties in Catalonia to unite and form the region's next government. Compared to estimates ... Total cost in that case? Up to 27 billion euros and the possibility of a recession in Catalonia. In other words, the Bank's most optimistic prediction for the cost of the Catalonia issue - based on assumptions that have since been proved false - was

18:35

National

Probe launched into Christmas dinner for seconded police that "wasn't fit for criminals"

SUR

The interior ministry has launched an investigation after widespread criticism of the quality of the traditional Christmas Eve dinner served to riot police on secondment to Catalonia from across Spain. Hundreds of officers have been working away ... that the extra police reinforcements brought into Catalonia will be withdrawn by 30 December.

11:40

National

Catalonia decides in 'most important election in 40 years'

SUR

People across Catalonia went to the polling stations for a regional election yesterday in what many observers were calling the most important vote in Spain in the forty years since democracy was restored. On going to press polls were just closing

12:18

National

The independence crisis in Catalonia is said to be affecting unemployment

Nuria Triguero

...month last year, when an extra 24,841 people registered as looking for work. In some regions the increase was higher than others. After the Balearics, Catalonia was the most affected entire region, with a rise of 1.78% (7,400 people). The uncertain

14:08

National

Madrid orders Catalonia to give back disputed artistic relics

ALFONSO TORICES

Catalonia and Aragón going back over two decades. They used to be in the Sijena monastery in Aragón but were sold between 1983 and 1994 to Catalan museums. These sales were subsequently declared illegal, but despite handing back some lesser value pieces, ... Catalonia hasn't been decided.

11:53

National

GDP up almost 0.9% in fourth quarter of 2017

SUR.

The Spanish economy has continued to grow in the fourth quarter of this year, despite political uncertainty in Catalonia. GDP will grow 0.88% from October to December, slightly up on the last quarter. The data was supplied by AIReF, an

13:08

Opinion

No end in sight

Mark Nayler

...majority of Catalans voted for anti or pro-independence parties yesterday, or whether the election eventually results in a hung parliament, there is no end in sight to the Catalonia debacle. At the time of writing, polls indicate that the vote is evenly ... split between pro and anti-independence parties and that both sides will struggle to gain a parliamentary majority if victorious. In other words, the Catalonia saga is about to reach new heights of complexity and, potentially, animosity. As a result, ... down from an original forecast of 2.5%; the bank also lowered its projection or 2019, from 2.2% to 2.1%. These slight downward adjustments were made because of uncertainty surrounding the Catalonia situation. Even if secessionist parties form a

17:17

Opinion

Anyone's guess

Mark Nayler

Just how concerned is the Spanish government about the potential cost of the Catalonia crisis to the rest of the country? One week it seems to be very worried indeed, yet the next it appears to shrug off the dangers, and nowhere is this more evident ... government's growth targets. When De Guindos estimated that the Catalonia farce had already cost Spain a billion euros, it seemed he was also worried about further damage to the country's GDP - and rightly: the issue is far from resolved. A week on, and this ... one problem with that plan, though: Puigdemont is in voluntary exile in Belgium and will be arrested if he sets foot in Spain. Bizarrely and hilariously, Puigdemont is said to be proposing governing Catalonia from Brussels via video-call.