Inside Spain (18 January-15 February)

Official Development Aid to double.

Socialists win Catalan election but separatist parties boost their overall majority.

Spain slips in EIU Democracy Index but is still a ‘full democracy’.

Tourism prospects threaten to weaken economic recovery.

Navantia wins US navy contract.

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Inside Spain (16 December 2020-18 January 2021)

Madrid and London strike tentative free movement deal over Gibraltar.

COVID-19 incidence rate more than trebles to 689 cases per 100,000 people.

Parliament approves law allowing euthanasia and assisted suicide.

Pandemic suspends Catalan election amid declining support for independence.

Government holds to its recovery forecast, despite third pandemic wave impact.

Inside Spain (19 October-17 November)

Venezuelan opposition leader flees to Madrid.

Most regions seal off their borders as virus pandemic cases remain high.

Government sees off no-confidence vote amid deepening divisions in the right.

2021 budget finally unveiled with tax rises for rich and hike in social spending.

Cellnex buys CK Hutchison’s European towers for €10 billion.