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Catalan president Artur Mas to be sued by Spanish government over independence vote

Mas accused of 'disobedience and dishonesty' after Sunday's vote

Tax break for second-hand homeowners in Spain

Sellers will pay less tax and get more money

Childhood friend of arrested Francisco Granados linked to massive corruption case

Builder David Marjaliza received large transfer from Granados' Swiss bank account

Catalunya will go ahead with vote despite ban, says Artur Mas

Spain has sent armoured vehicles to deal with the potential backlash

Big cat diaries and Ebola baloney

If you think you’ve spotted the Beast of Bodmin it’s only Isis of Istan, Giles’ AWOL black cat

Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy apologies for PP corruption for the first time

Just the day after mass arrests across the country, the PM pledges to do more to stamp out corruption

UPDATE: Seven more Spanish taken into urgent Ebola observation

A total of 14 people are now under observation or being treated

BREAKING: Spain government appoints Ebola crisis committee

Scientific advisers will support the committee

Government under pressure to abandon Canary Island oil-drilling

The WWF is campaigning for a whale sanctuary instead

Spanish government tries to dodge cost of earthquake-damage gas-storage site

Owned by Real Madrid president Florentino Perez, the site is demanding €1.4 billion in compensation

Spanish government stocks up on riot gear for autumn

Amnesty calls the purchase a 'worrying development'

Tax: don’t panic

Tax adviser Alex Browne takes a calmer look at changes to UK tax allowances for expats

Celebrations in Gibraltar for 1,000 days of Liberal government

'We promised change and we will continue to deliver that change'

Time running out for government car buying subsidies

There is only enough money left to last until October, according to motor association president

Spanish government under fire for failing poverty-stricken children

Planned funds are just 0.18% of what is really needed

Naked woman golf tee ‘normalises abuse of women’

The 'nudie tee' has sparked raging global debate

Spanish treasure trove worth hundreds of millions finally on display

Victory for Spain after a five-year legal battle with the United States

Damning NGO report slams government for failing vulnerable homeowners

Human Rights Watch criticises government for handling of crisis

EU launches investigation into Andalucian spending of public funds

Brussels has opened the investigation after €200 million of EU funds allegedly vanished

ERE slush fund case urged to transfer to Supreme Court

The Anti-Corruption Attorney's Office is stepping in to advise Judge Mercedes Alaya

Don’t get complacent about growth, warns PM Rajoy

Government annouces tax cuts and job creation incentives

Spanish Government bans party donations from companies

The government is pushing plans for more transparent party funding in light of the Barcenas case

Economy minister predicts Spanish job bonanza

Government delivers round of good news in end of year speeches

Spanish government draft new bill to crack down on unauthorised protests

Unauthorised demonstrators could be hit by fines of up to €600,000

EXCLUSIVE: Iain Duncan Smith intervenes in the case of a benefit cheat exposed by the Olive Press

UK Pensions minister personally intervenes in the case of a benefit cheat exposed by the Olive Press