FRESH fruit and vegetable suppliers in Murcia fear a grave loss of earnings after 3,000 lorries from the region have been stuck at the French border following Catalan separatist demonstrations. Each driver is estimated to be losing between €350-500 a day for their respective businesses after the AP-7 was blockaded in La Jonquera from Monday, […]
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With his rallying cry of "Spaniards first" and untempered rage against those betraying the unity of Spain, Santiago Abascal has managed to turn the Catalan crisis into political capital that has fuelled the rise of his far-right Vox.
The European Commission fielded questions on Friday over a Twitter gaffe by its next foreign policy chief, current Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell, who posted a sensitive extradition-related document from UK authorities on his feed.
The head of Catalonia's regional government on Thursday denied having links to seven separatist activists jailed in September on suspicion of belonging to a "terrorist" group that planned to occupy the Spanish region's parliament.
Several thousand Catalan protesters massed in Barcelona on Monday seeking to disrupt a visit by King Felipe VI as the
country barrelled towards another election under the shadow of the separatist crisis.
Election campaigning for Spain's fourth general election in as many years was due to officially begin Friday with Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and his rivals hardening their stance against Catalan separatists following violent protests.