18-Apr-23: 'Catalonia on course to declare a water emergency'
Barcelona, Real Madrid, and accusations of being Franco's 'regime club'
Tensions boiling between clásico rivals as Madrid respond to Laporta comments with incendiary and selective video
Barça have one hand on La Liga title thanks to grit of forgotten men in clásico victory
Roberto and Kessié have had to make do with limited playing time this year but were decisive on the most important day
Barcelona and Madrid neighborhood groups band together to denounce 'out of control' bar terraces
Associations and consumer organization ask Spain's ombudsman to intervene
Spain considers regional tax range rate amid inheritance and wealth policy row
Catalonia accuses conservatives of "attacking" Catalans by lowering taxes to lure businesses
First caganers store outside Catalonia opens in Madrid
Pooping nativity scene figures depict everyone from typical Catalan peasants to footballers and pop stars
Leader of Spain's conservatives stumbles over corruption and espionage within party
Pablo Casado asked to call convention to pick new party head after accusing senior colleague of nepotism
'There will be no second opportunities' for dialogue, Catalan president tells Madrid
Second round of talks on independence issue still without date as Spain says pandemic is now "more urgent and important"
Protesters rally in Madrid against pardons for Catalan pro-independence prisoners
Leaders of People's Party, Ciudadanos and the far-right Vox among 25,000 at Plaza de Colón demonstration
Catalan and Spanish presidents to meet in June after 40-minute 'productive' call
Talks between governments over independence issue could begin before summer
People's Party target Spanish government after Madrid election success
Acting Catalan president contrasts Madrid's "populism with far-right support" with Catalonia's "republican, pro-independence and left-wing majority"
Podemos' head Pablo Iglesias quits politics after left-wing defeat in Madrid region election
People's Party's Ayuso prevails doubling number of seats to just shy of majority but can govern with support from far-right