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Any Prime Minister facing the prospect of the EU
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There are countless people who give up the little
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Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s decision to take centre stage
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One aspect of the resolution approved by the European
Why Muscat’s metropolitan dream may ruin our future
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat outlined his dream of seeing
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Instead of facing questions from a delegation of MEPs
Global freedom of expression at lowest point since 2000
Freedom of expression is at its lowest point since
Carmelo Abela should resign
Carmelo Abela’s position as Malta’s Foreign Minister is no
Keith Schembri owes Europe an explanation
As Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister, Keith
Why does the PM keep the Commissioner?
There have been repeated calls for the removal of
Secrecy clouds energy deals
The Sunday Times of Malta this week reported how
Ferris should not be silenced
Jonathan Ferris, who was sacked from the Financial Intelligence
The way out of this mess
Everywhere you look in Malta, besides the crooks, you
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The United Nations has described the Mediterranean as the
Financial services: Joseph Muscat should lead by example
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat warned operators in the Financial
Baby snatching hoax exposes racist undercurrent
TVM has done a good job of exposing as
When love trumps Delia’s legalisms
By presenting a motion that would have denied same-sex
How taxpayers paid for Labour’s electoral campaign
114 persons were employed by the Armed Forces in
Constitutional Reform: An Iceland in the Mediterranean?
The present government clearly has an electoral mandate to
Zero tolerance for violence on women
Maltese women are among the most likely to experience
A weak opposition is bad news for the country
Surveys published in the past months indicate that the
The majority is not always right
The new Labour administration has been in office for
Concrete steps for the development of democracy
Prof Kevin Aquilina, the Dean of the Faculty of
Dangerous tribalism and fake nationalism
The latest facebook threat by someone who believes that
Libel: Time to turn the tables
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