The day has become an occasion for mass demonstrations for Catalan self-determination and independence.
The Spanish prime minister argues for renegotiating Catalonia’s autonomy before calling a referendum.
Let the separatists display their ribbons.
Pablo Casado doesn’t want to give other parties an opportunity to challenge him from the right.
The deposed regional president is refusing to go away, much to the chagrin of his ally, the Republican Left.
Quim Torra and Pedro Sánchez meet for the first time.
Spain’s new prime minister mustn’t make the same mistake as the last.
The goodwill measures of the new Socialist government are an about-face from the clampdown under Mariano Rajoy.
The separatists withdraw four controversial ministerial nominations. Will Spain now restore home rule?
Spain refuses to accept ministers who are facing criminal charges for their role in last year’s referendum.