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12:36

National

Campaign for 10 November election kicks off with conflicting poll forecasts

SUR

...opinion polls. The last pre-election official voting forecast from state-owned pollsters, CIS, appeared to show acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez winning once again and increasing seats with his Socialist PSOE party in the 360-seat parliament from 123 to ... the campaign trail on Friday.EP But the poll forecasts, which appeared to show overall victory for left-wing parties, were questioned, as other polls appeared to predict left and right-wing parties neck and neck. No poll has predicted an overall

12:06

National

Sánchez suggests a Portuguese or Danish model in order to be next PM

SUR

...losing last week's vote by MPs. Sánchez leads the largest party but not a majority and if no new government is voted on by MPs before 23 September, new elections will be needed. However, opinion polls show that few in Spain want a repeat election.

18:14

Opinion

Status anxiety

Mark Nayler

...power in Catalonia. He's right to call a snap election to try to restore unity, but it's uncertain whether pro-independence parties will be victorious again: recent polls show that around 43.7% of Catalans want the region to be an independent state, down

12:51

Opinion

Hobson's choice

REV ADRIAN LOW

Quite where UK politics is going is anybody's guess at the moment. The last two years' worth of YouGov opinion polls (68 in a row) put Remain well ahead (currently with an 8% majority over Leave). Meanwhile the two people desperate to be prime ... minimal customs barriers with Europe. The polls say nearly 20% of Leave voters no longer support leaving; balance that against 10% of Remainers no longer support remaining. That change, alone, puts Remain in the majority. But most of all, those who did ... course, Brexit will continue to fill our screens and papers for years to come. Leaving is only the beginning. Why is no one listening to the polls? Are they afraid of democracy? Indeed, are we being bullied out and talked out of the EU. Is the BBC

16:13

Opinion

Bah humbug

Jennie Rhodes

...and go and minds can be changed the next time round. One might have thought the electorate would have gone to the polls more informed about what Brexit actually entails. I thought Britain had never felt so European. That proved not to be the case

09:43

National

Spain keeps a close eye on the UK General Election results

Jennie Rhodes

As the UK went to the polls on Thursday, not only were Britons living in Spain watching closely, but also Spanish citizens residing in the UK. The UK media claimed the 2019 General Election was "the most important in a generation" and news was

10:45

Opinion

Set to repeat

Mark Nayler

...held on April 28th, yielded a result that was almost certain to trigger a repeat election. Yet by calling Spaniards to the polls again, probably on November 10th, acting Socialist prime minister Pedro Sánchez still won't gain the majority in congress ... enough to be able to govern without help. For a politician who has displayed sound pragmatism in other respects, that's somewhat idealistic: polls suggest that the upcoming vote might increase the Socialists' share of the national vote slightly, but

13:44

National

Court bans Catalan president from public office for 18 months

SUR

...are partly responsible for overseeing voting in national polls and electoral law requires political symbols to be withdrawn during an election campaign. Clashes at Barça- Real Madrid 'Clásico' The decision by the highest regional court in

15:08

Opinion

Agreeing to disagree

Mark Nayler

...election, thus saving Spaniards from going to the polls for the fourth time in as many years? And secondly, how will this coalition - which will still be 21 seats short of a majority - actually function and who will be given what roles within it? One thing