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Journalists are receiving legal threats at an ‘alarming’ rate – report
The UK is “by far” the most frequent country
Standard deviation
There was a time I would speak of a
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A turn in the tide
A few months ago, Konrad Mizzi was finally expelled
European NGO files complaint about leaked voters’ data in Malta
A European Center for Digital Rights, noyb, has filed
Chris Cardona downplays controversial MOU as public inquiry board questions hospitals’ deal
Former Economy Minister Christian Cardona, who had signed the
NAO confirms Planning Authority’s blunder over direct order awarded to Labour pollster
An investigation by the National Audit Office (NAO) found
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Joseph Cushieri sure was a big spender. The problem