Spain this week was the only televised debate between the leaders of the five main national parties, up from four last time. Unlike April, the debate on Monday included hard-right Vox's leader, Santiago Abascal, who was allowed to take part for the first ... time having won seats in the general election six months ago. The response to the separatist crisis in Catalonia was a key theme of the debate, with parties on the left advocating more tolerance and the right-wing more intervention. Media ... commentators were divided over which of the five leaders did best. One thing they did agree on was that the debate, and the campaign itself, hadn't really shifted public opinion and that Spain was heading for a hung parliament once again after Sunday's vote.