The literal interpretation of the change is that Barcelona city council has ceased to concern itself with administration and now wishes to dedicate itself to the promotion of Catalan language and culture. The first I knew of it was when all my links all stopped working this afternoon. My guess is that Isabel Ricart, “Internet Technical Director”, got frustrated with only having converted 30% of users after 11 months, despite presumably having redirected internal links. And so she thought, fuckem, I’ll just turn it off. Municipal elections coming up, babe.
- If there is a lawsuit, both parts have to left it to Barcelona court
The Catalan (National) Library is one of the worst and most surprising offenders. Here’s part of its exhibition loan policy: Application form
- OK, I’ve had enough, I’m leaving
Current results have the ruling PP getting severely punished, the opposition socialists facing a huge challenge in cobbling together a coalition
- Can an independent trade union survive in Spain?
Or do they all live off the state in order to live at all? This re the emergence of an independent
- French regional and minority language policy
If you believe that Brussels is more than happy to see powerful member states neutralised by internal division–as is increasingly Spain’s
- Barcelona bike crash
Me and my classic 70s Batavus have been battered a number of times by cars and scooters since arriving here, without