Macron's offensive has galvanised workers and students across France. Now the action needs to step up a gear.
Fred Weston analyses the results of Sunday's elections in Italy, which have left the country in much the same situation as before the vote: economically in crisis; politically unstable; and socially on the brink.
The results of the 21st December Catalan elections represent a slap in the face for the strategy of the Spanish government and their efforts to introduce direct rule and smash the independence movement. Jorge Martin outlines the lessons from these elections results - and the movement seen over the past few months - in the struggle for a Catalan Republic.
Catalonia goes to the polls tomorrow in elections imposed by the Madrid government as part of the Article 155 measures. As Jorge Martin explains, this vote takes place in exceptional conditions of repression and the curtailment of democratic rights. With one day to go, the result of the elections is hard to predict.