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Spain’s opposition Popular Party (PP) has chosen right-wing congressman Pablo Casado as its new leader.
He replaces former Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy who was ousted in a no-confidence vote last month.
Mr Casado, 37, has taken a hardline stance on Catalonian separatists and wants to lower taxes.
He will be tasked with rebuilding the centre-right party’s support ahead of regional, municipal and
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