Voters in Malta love a good thief
I know ‘Only in Malta’ has become a cliche,
The anachronistic island
On 5 March, Prime Minister Abela crossed by boat
A low, dishonest decade
“Uncertain and afraid of a low dishonest decade,” WH
A Kama Sutra of a political programme
I must have missed the thunderbolt that struck Robert
End times for the passport programme – Ryan Murdock
Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has put the final
Elections in times of war: who will love our children?
In a video doing the rounds of the net,
The moral void – Kevin Cassar
A spokesperson for the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage confirmed
Continuity, only worse – Ranier Fsadni
Apart from the bonanza of gifts and discounts, Labour’s
Trying to make hay while bombs rain down
Robert Abela is so far out of his depth
The iniquity of ingratiation
Anyone who wants to receive favour from the leader
‘Unity in Adversity’ and the Pariah Island
It has been described as a bloodied silver lining
Clues for the clueless
If only we had some clues about Joseph Muscat,
Robert Abela’s programme in two words
There’s a rule of thumb that distinguishes a democratically
Will Malta keep playing both sides?
Robert Abela took an evening off campaigning this week
Elections in Wonderland
We seem to have slipped through the looking glass
The destruction of memory
“Expect now that others, our friends in the opposition,
Robert Abela promised an Xtra full explanation – but full of what?
On Monday, during two excruciating minutes of dodging questions
Malta’s options are running out
The impunity enjoyed by the disgraced former prime minister
Little presidents
“Jacob, since your own editor decided to enter into
The public, the private and the bloody rest
Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder’s close friendship with President
The hunt for the brainless idiots
A survey by the Faculty of Social Wellbeing is
Warning shots in a veiled mob war
The Vitals mystery just keeps getting deeper. It’s not
Steward’s Nadine shames Vitals’ Nadine
“VGH (Vitals) had not delivered, nor had the government
A weaponless revolution
Former Italian PM Matteo Renzi was in the news
Weaponising the vote
A reader has written to urge me to make
Living on borrowed money and borrowed time
The prime minister seems to have lost the plot
Politics, for what it’s worth
Your average cynic believes that the world is made
Ageing without grace
Joseph Muscat turned 48 last week. His 49th-year resolution
Robert Abela’s bind
As in one of those ‘Neputija tal-Kappillan’ farces, in
The great stagnation
A great stagnation is upon us, and it isn’t

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