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Government “perplexed” by Ombudsman concerns on internal grievances unit
The government said it “was a bit perplexed” by
Two months since Daphne’s death
A mass was held today at Bidnija church organised
Deputy Prime Minister distances himself from hospital deal
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne distanced himself from the
New government unit ‘for guaranteed votes’
The intention behind the setting up of a permanent
Government offers ‘one stop shop’ for public officer complaints, Ombudsman concerned
The announcement that the government will be setting up
Soldiers patrolling streets ‘not good news for democracy’
The army should not be deployed daily in support
Daphne Caruana Galizia investigation in breach of human rights, international lawyers warn
International lawyers at Doughty Street Chambers have advised Daphne
Russian whistleblower to talk to MEPs investigating rule of law in Malta
The Russian whistleblower at the heart of the Egrant
Finance Minister mum on dismissal of Jonathan Ferris
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna is refusing to clarify whether
It’s all about perception, my dear
There are countless people who give up the little
Keith Schembri dodges questions on company accounts
The Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff, Keith Schembri, has
US lawyer who “praised” Malta passport programme not informed of corruption allegations
The US lawyer who was reported to have bestowed
Economy Minister blames business partners for breach
A company in which Economy Minister Chris Cardona and
Daphne: One month, zero change
Women lead a number of events today renewing civil
The real war on truth
“The Ministry of Truth contained, it was said, three
Commissioner Clueless and his golden slumber
The daughters of disgraced former EU Commissioner John Dalli,

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