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The Tory Conspiracy looms over Theresa May as high party officials propose putting an interim substitute in her place and the premier met with her rivals yesterday to stop the coup.
The Constitutional Court will annul the law to be invested from abroad and will reject part of Presidency law that allows someone to be a member of government at a distance and the court plenary is studying another annulment that will harm Carme Forcadell's line of defence.
The Prosecutor will act against Torra for disobedience as the lawsuit for not having removed the symbols will be presented before the TSJC on Monday and the Mossos guarantee that the ribbons are removed from official buildings and schools.
The Electoral Junta takes Torra to the Prosecutor over the ribbons as the President could be accused of disobedience, which could lead to suspension and the Mossos have until 3 pm today to remove the banners.
The trial of the nine Catalan politicians in prison for their involvement in organising the Independence Referendum in October 2017 will continue in March so tensions will remain high but I am still doubtful whether the Catalan political class will be able to take advantage.
The waiting list for social housing shoots up in Catalonia as more than 125,000 families wait their turn in the registry of protected housing and only one in four applicants is an immigrant from outside the EU.
Torra keeps the ribbons and tries to win time as the president asks the Ombudsman for a report and considers alternatives and the Government Delegation informs the Electoral Junta on the failure to fulfil.
Warning to Torra of legal action if he doesn't remove the ribbons as the Central Electoral Junta warns the president to execute the order and the organ urges the Government delicate to control its fulfilment.
Sánchez wipes out his critics and imposes his lists as the Secretary General of the Socialists removes candidates close to Susana Diaz and guarantees that Catalonia will never be independent.
Independence lobby makes itself heard in Madrid as the first pro-sovereignty march in the capital brings out 18,000 people according to police and 120,000 according to the ANC and the demonstration clamours against the 1-O trial and calls for freedom the political prisoners.
The Mossos commanders accepted the arrest of Catalan government as each police chief had a politician assigned in case arrest were ordered and a helicopter was reserved on 27-O for a possible evacuation.
Trapero prepared to arrest the Catalan government if the judge asked, as, according to the Major, the Mossos prepared "an operation" for the day of the UDI and he claims he warned of possible "conflicts of public order" on 1-O.
Parliament narrowly rejects a No Deal Brexit as Westminster votes today to see whether it asks for a postponement from the EU to avoid having the door slammed in its face and an impatient Europe suspects delays and fears a chaotic exit.
Europe closes its skies to Boeing because they are accident prone as a total of 29 airlines around the world leave their planes on the ground out of caution and the company reviews the plane's software after the crash in Ethiopia.
Prólogo del Tomo Primero de la Historia de Cataluña de Victor Balaguer donde el autor introduce la obra.