Spain’s government has given Catalonia’s leader until Thursday to end his secession campaign or risk losing regional autonomy

A little more than two weeks after the Catalan independence referendum, which plunged Spain into its worst political crisis in 40 years, the Madrid government is preparing to take the unprecedented step of suspending Catalonia’s regional autonomy and imposing direct rule.

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