26th February 2021

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Pro-independence groups sign a pact to not govern with Catalan Socialists (PSC)

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All the Catalan pro-independence groups participating in the elections to be held in Catalonia this Sunday 14 February have signed an agreement to not form a government with the Catalan
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Spanish government secures 2021 Budget with ample majority

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Spain’s left-leaning PSOE–Podemos coalition government led by Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez secured passing its first budget in the Spanish Congress on Thursday, with 54% of the votes
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‘Ley Celaá’ – the key points of the new education law passed in Congress

Catherine Howley
In what is set to be Spain’s eighth educational law in just over four decades of democracy, the LOMLOE (‘Organic Law of Modification of the
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Far-right Vox party fails to get any other MPs to support no-confidence vote

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After a two day debate, the Spanish Congress rejected a no-confidence motion brought by the far-right Vox party against the left-wing (PSOE–Podemos) coalition government led by prime
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Sánchez seeks ‘unity’ for Spain’s recovery plan – yet PP refuse alongside ‘radicals’

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Latest: Coronavirus in Spain figures (28 Sept) Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez called for ‘unity of action’ and an end to ‘party squabbling’ as a battle front
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Barcelona City Council withdraws top honour from Juan Carlos I

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Barcelona City Council has voted to withdraw the Gold Medal top honour that was awarded to Spain’s former king Juan Carlos I back in 1992, the year of
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Political fallout as former king ‘fleeing justice’ puts Spanish monarchy in ‘very compromised position’

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If Spain’s current king, Felipe VI, had hoped that the image and reputation of the Spanish Monarchy would improve following the decision of his father, former king