Independence dominates Catalonia election
A bitter and hard fought election campaign in Catalonia was dominated by the issue of independence from Spain.
The elections were called by the Catalan president Artur Mas in a bid to get a mandate for a referendum, something the government in Madrid has ruled out.
Parties seeking Catalan independence won a majority, although Mr Mas' centre-right CiU party lost seats.
Ahead of the result being declared, BBC Scotland's political correspondent Niall O'Gallagher reported from Barcelona for the BBC's Sunday Politics Scotland programme.
26 Nov 2012