The internal investigation opened by the Ministry of Internal Affairs earlier this week, fails to locate the draft police report that accuses Artur Mas of having undisclosed foreign bank accounts (read story here). Rajoy warns Mas that Catalunya will not be removed from Spain or Europe, as the Prime Minister calls for a historic result for the PP in the Catalan elections this Sunday (read story here). The Guardian and La Vanguardia will work together this week to report the current political situation in Catalunya to the British public, with a special supplement to be printed daily (read story here).
Young researchers hoping to complete a PhD have suffered a major setback today, as Mariano Rajoy reveals plans to cancel some doctoral scholarships, reduce future availability of financial aid, and delay payments of FPI aid already granted (read story here). No agreement has been reached between Eurozone leaders and the IMF on the urgent Greek debt situation, after 11 hours of discussion (read story here). Barça book their place in the last 16 of the Champions League as they thrash Spartak 0-3 in Moscow (read story here).
The Anglican church has rejected a measure which would allow for the ordination of women bishops (read story here)