The GDP will increase by 0.83% in Catalonia, according to the independent authority’s figures
They sign a manifesto initiated by two Danish MEPs, in which they also demand the release of the jailed ministers and both Jordis
Santamaría boasts of having "decapitated" ERC and PDECat, rallies PP voters to "continue liquidating separatism"
Spain’s Deputy PM says the PP not only know how to "make speeches", they also know how to govern
Asensio wants to charge the National Court judge responsible for the 1-O case with neglect of duty
Madrid / Barcelona
Both sent voice messages recorded in Estremera and Soto del Real
Although almost 3,000 had begun the process, as of the end of November, only 332 companies had actually completed it
The officer, who was part of the police deployment to block October 1st referendum, has 250 riot police under his command
Catalonia’s Media Standards Council shows lack of political plurality affects mainly Spanish TV
Catalan Foreign Ministry “considered” possibility of new assignments, but most staff are to lose their jobs despite being on permanent contracts
They declare the response from the Spanish authorities to be "extremely serious"
The PP announces that its appeal was allowed because the lights "carry political connotations"
It believes that the ban on using the words "ministers" and "president" is a "serious interference"
The yellow ribbon symbolises support for the independentist politicians and activists in jail
Partido Popular and Ciudadanos ask for prohibition to be extended to yellow lights in public fountains
Three CUP councillors, also called to give evidence, failed to appear in court
The recordings, to which ARA has had access, reveal that the Catalan ministers had rejected violence
If Gandhi's Salt March is the paradigm of non-violence, then the 1-O referendum was also non-violent
Harvard University / World Bank / TCI Network
Subirà didn’t have EU subsidies and helped these clusters with creating real competitive advantages
The feminisation of the world will be one of the top stories in 2018
The system by which most Spanish regions are funded works in a most peculiar way
The judicial year will be intense, and the general cause against the referendum and the independence declaration will continue to be relentless
It is hardly news that Catalonia’s economy grew less than Spain’s
President of Òmnium Cultural
Letter from Jordi Cuixart, jailed president of Òmnium Cultural, to David Fernàndez
There is an outright majority of seats for independence, but without any margin for self-deception
Is Ciudadanos a party that needs a social fracture to grow?
ARA's editor in chief
Catalonia’s pro-independence movement will not allow itself to be defeated
With the highest turnout in history (over 80 per cent) the pro-independence bloc has won again, renewing its overall majority but falling short of attaining 50 per cent of the popular vote
We are all awaiting an electoral miracle to usher in a new era, but the behaviour of the electorate is hard to predict
In two blocs, and with the spirit of "Let's get 'em" prepared to erase four decades of self-government and the tortuous road of recent years, the electorate must go to the polls, even if dragging its feet
The way in which the Attorney General and Spain’s top two judicial organs are tackling Catalan nationalism is unbecoming of any democratic country
Some 45,000 people travelled to Brussels to show their support for the President of the Generalitat and his Ministers
The Constitution’s wording is ambiguous and pliable, open to a range of interpretations
“Junqueras, Forn, Sànchez and Cuixart are not violent types”
Solving would require a political strategy to rethink Spain’s model and its ties with Catalonia