Spain’s second election in six months has delivered a surprisingly clear victory to Mariano Rajoy, the veteran prime minister, whose conservative Popular party won 33 per cent of the vote. However, he will still need the support of coalition partners to form a government. Joshua Chaffin discusses Mr Rajoy’s options with Tobias Buck, the FT’s Madrid correspondent.

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