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Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy refuses to rule out suspending Catalonia's regional autonomy

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Catalonia’s regional parliament where leader Carles Puigdemont is due to address local MPs for the first time since a referendum provoked a political stand-off with the Spanish government. Madrid fears he will call on the assembly for a unilateral declaration of independence. It was after all what...

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