Over 200% increase in citizenship applications from British nationals
Since Brexit was announced in 2016, Malta has received
‘A deep structural injustice’ – CoE notes lack of investigation on Daphne’s death
The Council of Europe’s media freedom report notes its
Googling Joseph Muscat
It was a point of honour, Joseph Muscat said
Herrera, where is your accountability?
While the white flags are being torn apart in
EP Special Committee on Financial Crimes to focus on Malta
Justice Minister Owen Bonnici will appear before the European
Please don’t go back to your country
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat announced last week that not
Heritage Malta asks to be given Villa Frere to ‘preserve for future generations’
The historical, architectural, horticultural and ecological value of Villa
In the name of free speech
Over the weekend, Law Commissioner Franco Debono unleashed a
Partit Demokratiku to file objection on development in Villa Frere area
Partit Demokratiku (PD) said it will be filing an
Shut up and be positive
Just when you thought you’d heard it all –
Disinformation Watch #30: Corruption is no ‘perception’
Malta has seen the sharpest decline in its Corruption
Another black mark against Malta on visas
This week the National Audit Office (NAO) published a
And what have you done?
“Malta has always been the whore of the Mediterranean,”
European Commission ‘does not endorse’ Malta’s citizenship scheme
The European Commission could not have been clearer in
Huawei presents ‘mortal danger’ to open societies
The World Economic Forum at Davos received a stark
Malta and the laundering of Azeri money
Forbes, one of the world’s leading business magazines, has
Bulgaria set to cancel its cash for passport scheme
Bulgaria, one of only three EU Member States selling
An epidemic of shamelessness
Konrad Mizzi, the Minister who negotiated the deal with
When silence means consent
You can easily laugh off taunts levelled at critics
Pigs at the trough
The reaction of the Party in government to revelations
Azerbaijan state oil company’s LNG supplies to Malta exceed obligations
Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR announced that its supply
The Big Sell Out #5: Technoline was not the only supplier Vitals bought with taxpayers’ money
Key findings: Technoline was not the only company the
The other party crisis
The meaning of every crisis borrows from others looming
Generosity à la carte
Much has been said about the annual charity telethon
Tunnel vision: turning Gozo into Malta
2019 is here and as Prime Minister Joseph Muscat
EU steps up scrutiny of China cyber security risks
The EU is looking to step up scrutiny of
Our favourite stories of 2018
During 2018, The Shift News conducted a number of
2018: The year of the angry citizen 
The year which has now come to an end
2018: A year of investigations
This has been a busy year for The Shift
Answers we are hoping for in 2019
2018 has been an interesting year full of scandal,

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