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11:44

Opinion

In with the new

Mark Nayler

...someone else a shot at leading the conservative Popular Party (PP). More worryingly still for Rajoy (if he cares about such polls, which might be a bit of a stretch), is that 62% of people who have previously voted for him think that he should go.

12:22

Opinion

A rough deal

Mark Nayler

...nature of modern Spanish politics, and how ineffective such a method of government is. Ciudadanos, the centrist newcomer that has now overtaken the PP in the polls, is withholding support for the 2018 budget over corruption. Party leader Albert Rivera has

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

16:57

Opinion

Business-friendly

Mark Nayler

...last month. Polls suggest that nationalist parties are equally-tied with secessionist parties. The directors of local companies, though, are unlikely to vote for another pro-independence leader, no matter how “business-friendly” Puigdemont's

18:36

National

A return to normality

MARK NAYLER

...the ballot boxes in four weeks' time. The latest polls suggest that it will be a knife-edge vote: a GAD3 survey a couple of weeks ago indicated that pro-independence parties will gain a slim majority in the Catalan parliament, whilst a poll in La Razon