In the Barcelona news today, you'll find the following stories:
LA VANGUARDIA (Castilian / Catalan)
The Generalitat has opened the door to a possible privatisation of the tracks of local train services, Rodalies; One of the candidates for the leadership of the Catalan Socialist Party, Àngel Ros, says that he wants a "'Catalanista' revolution"; A former mayor sent 413 text messages to try and win a Porsche using an official mobile phone.
EL PERIÓDICO (Castilian / Catalan)
The third-quarter deficit of the Spanish autonomous communities was 1.19 percent of GDP, a lower figure than was forecast; Spanish inflation falls below three percent for the first time in a year; The OECD thinks that unemployment in Spain will continue to rise in 2012.
EL PUNT-AVUI (Catalan)
Senior members of the Spanish Socialist party (PSOE) have voiced their doubts over the Spanishness of Catalan politician Carme Chacón, who is considering a stand for leadership of the party; GPs are to become more specialised, as the Generalitat wants 30 percent of medical issues taken care of at doctors' surgeries.