Passport Papers shortlisted for IJ4EU award
The Passport Papers joint investigation by The Shift and
Joseph Muscat’s legacy of failure
As disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat pulls strings
London law firms ‘reputation laundering’ wealthy clients by intimidating journalists
Female journalists are very often the ones fighting against
Suspected Indian fraudsters on the run used Henley and Partners to seek foreign passports
Two Indian fugitives suspected of involvement in a €640
SLAPPs are misuse of justice systems aimed at intimidation of journalists, EP report says
Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation constitute a misuse of
Parallel scandals
The former prime minister was sentenced to 12 years
Ambitious timeline for EU anti-SLAPP directive
An ambitious timeline has been set for the introduction
PN agrees with passport scheme, subject to an ‘open and transparent’ process
The findings that emerged from a joint media investigation
An economy of authentic fakes
It’s easy to think that the Passport Papers are
Passport Papers: A fugitive’s quest for a European passport
In November 2019, a copy of an invoice was
Passport Papers: oligarchs, royalty and fugitives
The Passport Papers shed light on the applicants for
An unsavoury business
Selling citizenship was always an unsavoury business, but surely
‘Never lived in apartment’ rented out to passport buyer sheds light on rental sham
An advert on Facebook promoting the sale of an
Montenegro risks losing a slice of its territory on Chinese ‘initiative’ Malta also joined
Following a string of scandals in Montenegro, linked to
Henley and Partners’ ‘intrinsic business’ questioned in light of recent passport rankings
On Saturday, Parliamentary Secretary for Citizenship Alex Muscat was
It’s all Roberta Metsola’s fault
It’s all Roberta Metsola’s fault. The European Commission is
‘I did everything in my power’ – Owen Bonnici tells public inquiry
Owen Bonnici, the Minister who shot down a Private
Taxpayers billed €300,000 for luxury travel by chief passport salesman
Maltese taxpayers were billed almost €300,000 for first class
XNT (Exante) and FIAU cuddling up, really
As Malta is battling the possibility of making it
It looks bad because it is bad
“It looks bad, but it’s not.” So said Edward
State funding of the independent media
Media freedom is what it says – freedom from
The sting of a SLAPP
A US Republican congressman has filed a $250 million
Defamation law abuse remains a problem for journalists – Harlem Désir
Defamation law abuse and severe online harassment are two
The failed state of the man who would be il-Kink
Malta’s democracy looks like someone in the last stages
EU must intervene to protect journalists against SLAPP
The fact Daphne Caruana Galizia’s “widower and sons are
Fifth Malta cash-for-passports client charged with financial crime this year
Another new Maltese citizen has been charged with criminal
‘Someone connected to the Maltese government bears responsibility for her death’
Matthew Caruana Galizia described the scene of his mother’s
Businessman suing UK journalist linked to firms threatening press in Malta
Arron Banks, the controversial British businessman with links to

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