Spanish presidency note hints at final form of EMFA
As the European Media Freedom Act (EMFA) is now
Significance of SLAPP conference in Malta highlights journalists’ struggle, legacy
As European institutions tussle over the scope and reach
Opinion: The dominoes will fall
Sidney Powell was the wildest of Donald Trump’s diehards
Calls for EU to drop Melita gas pipeline project intensify
Calls for the European Commission to drop any chance
European Parliament reiterates its position on the lack of protection of journalists in Malta
European Parliament members have once again called on the
Investigation into Greek migrant vessel tragedy scoops Daphne Caruana Galizia journalism prize
A consortium of British, Greek and German media outlets
International experts to join The Shift for SLAPP conference
A conference organised by The Shift and supported by
The Shift among finalists for EP’s Daphne Caruana Galizia Prize for Journalism
An investigation by The Shift has been nominated as
Alex Agius Saliba’s ‘cheap tactics’ for EP elections ‘hypocritical’ – SME Chamber
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti The Chamber of Small and
Opinion: The Metsola moment
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International press organisations call for stronger provisions on state advertising in the EMFA
Several organisations dedicated to media freedom and civil society
MEPs want editorial decisions better protected from political interference
The Culture and Education Committee of the European Parliament
German regulator slams new gaming legislation as ‘incompatible with EU law’
The German gambling regulator, the Gemeinsamen Glücksspielbehörde der Länder
Jimmy Lai’s protest conviction only partially overturned
On Monday, Jimmy Lai and six other pro-democracy activists
Former Piccadilly-based Mtarfa mayor eyeing European Parliament seat
Daniel Attard, the former Labour Mtarfa mayor who spent
From weapon to shield: The long road to an EU law to protect your right to know
As the European Parliament, the European Council and the
European Parliament approves anti-SLAPP directive
On Tuesday, the European Parliament voted on a more
Daphne’s Law – Jacques René Zammit
The European Parliament has voted in favour of an
MEPs want answers on Malta’s migrant pushbacks, torture and EU funding
MEPs from the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and
EP vote singles out Malta’s citizenship sale for ‘facilitating spyware operations’
After a year of investigations into the illicit use
Attard brags of ‘proactive SLAPPs role’ as government wages war on The Shift
Justice Minister Jonathan Attard was in Brussels this week
Malta slips Msida school project into post-Covid funding despite warnings
Malta has slipped the new €7 million price tag
MEPs want ‘urgent protection’ from foreign interference ahead of elections
With the European Parliament elections just one year away,
Two young politicians – Joe Azzopardi
Roberta Metsola and Joseph Muscat are two of the
Post-Qatargate lobbying: MEPs will have to ‘cool off’ for six months after office
The Bureau of the European Parliament yesterday adopted its
EP wants beneficial owners register reopened for journalists and civil society
Two different European parliamentary committees are of the joint
‘Gross and intentional incompetence’ in Malta, David Casa tells the EP’s plenary
MEP David Casa described “gross and intentional incompetence” throughout
Malta tried, but MEPs warn about using RRF funds to replace state expenditure
MEPs expressed concern over “first indications” that “some EU
Malta ignores EP’s spyware questions as it accommodates global chiefs
The European Parliament’s Pegasus spyware committee is grilling the

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