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BREXIT: Tensions flare as Spain says it will not stop Scotland joining EU independently

Borrell stands accused of hypocrisy because his views of Scottish Nationalism are seen by many as conflicting with Madrid's tough stance on Catalan independence

HORRIFYING: Corbyn condems referendum violence as Catalan injury toll nears 350

A SPOKESPERSON for the Catalan regional government has stated that at least 337 people have been injured so far in clashes with police as...

RESIGN RAJOY: Huge Twitter campaign demands Spanish PM steps down

THE Prime Minister of Spain, Mariano Rajoy, is under immense pressure to resign following the action of the Spanish National Police in Catalunya. A Twitter...

Scottish independence referendum ‘will be rejected’

First Minister of Scotland Sturgeon said blocking the vote would be a 'democratic outrage'

BREAKING: SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon announces second Scottish independence referendum

She made the announcement as MPs in Westminster are preparing to give Theresa May the power to trigger Article 50

SPAIN FAIL: Nicola Sturgeon’s SNP fails to find support for Scottish access to EU single market post-Brexit

The move has shown the SNP is prepared to turn its back on its Catalan allies if it secures Spanish support in Brussels

Spain slaps down Nicola Sturgeon’s Brexit plan for separate Scotland deal

Spanish Secretary of State for the European Union insists government will only deal with Downing Street

Scotland’s Nicola Sturgeon demands UK retains single market access post Brexit

Unveiling Scotland’s Brexit plan, the First Minister said the move would be ‘democratically justifiable’

‘SEIZE THE DAY’: Theresa May promises to ‘bring power back to UK’ with Brexit

The PM labelled Brexit a once-in-a-generation moment

Gibraltar lined up as alternative site for Britain’s nuclear submarines

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon wants to rid Scotland of Trident

Spain would not welcome an independent Scotland into the EU, insists Rajoy

But the prime minister's comments are thinly-veiled messages to Catalunya