Coronavirus: Spain imposes partial lockdown on defiant Madrid

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The restrictions have been resisted by Madrid’s city authorities, which tried to use the courts to block their imposition. Madrid’s justice minister said it would cost the capital’s economy €8bn (£7bn) and

regional president Isabel Díaz Ayuso tweeted: “Thanks for the chaos, [Prime Minister] Pedro Sánchez.”

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