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Anti-Brexit offensive to remove May as the opposition to the EU gather support for a vote of No Confidence and the UN warns that after the break there will be more poor Britons.
May clings to her Brexit in spite of the wave of resignations as the Prime Minister rebuts Labour criticism and from her own party in Parliament and Eurosceptic Tories call for a vote of no confidence and a change of leader.
May gets over the first hurdle but Brexit is still in the air as the Prime Minister gets cold support from her Government but she's still got to persuade Parliament and the agreement isn't liked by neither EU defenders or enemies.
The anniversary month of October passed without event so the main news issues in November 2018 in Catalonia will be the slow process of putting the already sold-out Catalan Independence movement back to sleep for the forseeable future via the creation of empty organisations.
May pacts with the EU and faces her Government today as the principle of the agreement for Brexit avoids a hard frontier with Ireland and the Prime Minister is confident that the possible resignations won't be of key ministers.
This page lists historical and other events on November 13th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
The Government-PP agreement for the judicial leadership affects 1-O as the new president of the Supreme Court headed the court that tried the independentists and the relief places a "progressive" judge on the "process" case.
The majority want Constitutional reform and another Statute as almost 70% of Spaniards and Catalans prefer this option to a referendum and improving Catalonia's financing is the second most preferred option.
PSOE would win without a left-wing majority and in case of elections, Socialists and Podemos would win 157 MPs against Casado and Rivera's 167 while the Catalan and Basque Nationalists will keep the keys to controlling the Congress majority.
The PP wants the 1-O judge to preside the Supreme Court so the PSOE proposes a woman with a moderate profile against the conservative Marchena and the Government will denounce Lesmes to the Public Prosecutor over the mortgages.
The Government dismantles the Wert Law with its education reform as Education eliminates the final exams and religion as a subject and the project reduces regulations over the autonomies on the co-official languages.
Montserrat is a jagged mountain range spanning the comarcas of Bages, Anoia and Baix Llobregat. The name literally translated as "Serrated Montain" and the range is home to a Benedictine abbey and the Monastery of Montserrat, which house the iconic Black Virgin.
The banks will pay the mortgage tax from now on as Sánchez announces an express reform and asks the Supreme Court for self-criticism and the president of the court responds that the law is confusing.
The Supreme Court corrects itself and rules that the client should pay as the previous ruling of a section that charge the tax to the bank is overruled and the decision provokes a wave of criticism against the court.
La Mare de Déu de Montserrat is patron saint of Catalonia and is popularly known as La Moreneta because of the black colour of her figure, which is housed at the Monastery of Montserrat.