Although the trial of Catalan leaders will show the Spanish State for what it is, it actually could not care less
Goodbye to 2018 in Catalonia: a year marked by continued repression by the Spanish State and regression for Catalan independentism and republicanism; a year full of painful dates and anniversaries
It is the revolution paid for out of the people’s own pockets and with the people’s own time, all of it made possible by volunteers. I will never tire of telling the story of 1 October, 2017. It’s a story that has changed lives.
Spain’s position is untenable and Borrell’s task impossible. Spain’s damaged image is well deserved and probably irreparable.
They did not pass. And they will not pass. No passaran.
Both Sánchez and Torra face short legislatures in which achieving anything significant will be extremely difficult.
This article is a response to City of spies: how the battle for Catalonia divided Barcelona, by Michael Stothard, which appeared in the Financial Times on Friday 15 June, 2018
A team of renowned international jurists has determined that the actions of the Spanish government against the Catalan independence movement are illegal.