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Catalunya : Can their Independence be denied?

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I hope those guys have learned from the mistakes of the Scots

You mean 300+ years of never saying thank you for being rescued from bankruptcy?

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Look CMJ, can we get one thing straight: The only similarity between the two issues is the use of the word 'Independence'.

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Unfortunately despite 'enable emoticons' being ticked, I have no emoticons

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Unfortunately despite 'enable emoticons' being ticked, I have no emoticons

 

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Hey! just noticed you have 1,111 posts!

 

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Could be a lucky sign of the 11/11 portal

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Don't spoil it now by posting any more

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SPAIN TO STRIP CATALONIA POWER...

Tens of thousands take to streets...

'Worst attack since Franco dictatorship'...

 

Fears of violence as 450,000 take to the streets of Barcelona joined by independence leader following Spanish government bombshell

The Spanish Prime Minister today said Catalonia's regional government should be dissolve

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Catalan leader Puigdemont joins crowds at Barcelona rally

Nearly half a million people have vented their fury on the streets of Barcelona in a huge protest as the Catalan crisis deepens.

Activists waved the Catalonian independence flag as tempers boiled over after the Spanish Prime Minister said he wanted to dissolve Catalonia's government.

Police have said that around 450,000 separatists took part in the rally, furious with today's bombshell.

It had earlier emerged that the region's top politician could face arrest if he declares independence, and Madrid now plans to hold Catalan regional elections in January.

The moves come after regional President Carles Puigdemont threatened to go forward with Catalan independence, which has incensed Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.

Mr Puigdemont joined the protests in the region's capital and Rajoy's announcement was met with fury by angry crowds chanting anti-government slogans.

 

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BBC TV reporting hte 'silent ''majority'' turned up in Bacelona to march to stay in Spain.

 

Nice unbiased selection of words.

 

Same silent majoirty that voted against Brecit I suppose.

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