Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy drinks cider after a campaign rally in Cangas de Onis, Spain December 16, 2015. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso
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"I have a very free schedule:" Spain's embattled incumbent prime minister fell prey to a practical joke when an imitator pretending to be Catalonia's new separatist leader managed to speak to him on the phone on radio."How's life?" said Rajoy, before exchanging a pleasantry.Unable to keep the imposture going any longer, the radio presenter intervened and told Rajoy that it was in fact an imitator on a radio station who was speaking to him.Rafael Hernando – spokesman for the PP's parliamentary group – said it showed that Rajoy was willing to chat with a man who wants to lead Catalonia to independence from Spain, and with whom he is therefore at odds.
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