Gustavo Gomez says political divides within his family have grown so deep that his wife and children have asked him to move out of their home.
A local history teacher, who favours remaining part of Spain, gives his views on the difficulties surrounding the independence referendum.
More protests in Catalonia - national police are urged to leave region following crackdown during independence vote
A day after Catalonia's unrecognised independence referendum both Barcelona's mayor and Catalonia's vice president have denounced the violence that overshadowed it.
One Catalonian political veteran, scathing about how referendum crisis has blown up, speaks to euronews.
Relatives on opposing sides of the debate are feeling the strain
From separate identities to social justice, independence supporters reveal why they want to leave Spain
Spanish police have sealed off half of Catalonia's polling centres and are hoping to empty them all before the banned referendum is due to take place on Sunday.
Permitting votes on secession is not a democratic act; it is an attack on democracy, writes Ana Palacio
Thousands of residents in Madrid, opposed to Sunday’s planned referendum on Catalonian independence, have held their own mock vote.
Iraqi Kurdistan votes in independence referendum
Madrid has moved to halt the illegal ballot on October 1
Catalan separatists have held fresh protests outside Barcelona’s high court.
Judges in the city must decide whether to release around a dozen
Tensions are running high as the central government steps up its efforts to stop an independence referendum scheduled for October 1.
Police raid Catalan campaign warehouse but independence suporters vow to go ahead with vote