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Protesting Spain faces tough choices

Are deep recession and protests pushing Spain into constitutional crisis? Are the markets wrong to predict Madrid will opt for a bailout? Could Spain break up? FT comment editor Frederick Studemann discusses with colleagues Miles Johnson and Ralph Atkins.

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