Where Catalonia is concerned, Josep Borrell i Fontellas has no filter
How good it was to hear the voice of the vice president of Catalonia, Oriol Junqueras, for the first time since he was remanded in custody on 2 November 2017, 469 days earlier
Hundreds of pro-independence activists are being persecuted through the Spanish courts for taking part in protests and direct action
How far does the power of the Spanish state go? The Altsasu case is just the latest example of how ready politicians and media are to justify a disproportionate judicial sentence.
Rapper Valtonyc, sentenced to three and a half years in prison for glorification of terrorism and insults to the Crown, speaking in front of Lleida Museum, which is showing Santiago Serra’s work, Political Prisoners in Contemporary Spain, from 7 March-22 April.
English hip hop artist, actor, director and producer, Ben Drew, released this politically charged song for the repressed and unjustly treated everywhere on 8 March, 2018.
In interview with Jordi Basté of RAC1, patron saint of police and acting president of Bartardia, Inés Arrimadas, learns the hard way that police cars are only sacrosanct if burnt with police officers inside.
The Spanish national anthem has had no words since 1978 and in the 2015 Barcelona-Bilbao king’s cup final its music could not be heard either, which is just as well as royalties are still collected for its reproduction.