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In Spain, nationalists in the north-eastern region of Catalonia are continuing their bid for independence. Citing economic, political and cultural grievances, they say they want to stage a binding referendum on the issue next year. But the Spanish government is firmly opposed to the plan, as are many Catalans. Guy Hedgecoe has more from the region.