Malta: zero progress in implementing the Whistleblower Directive
Malta is one of six European countries that have
In depth: Whistleblower in Giovanna Debono case pocketed over €1m
Until 2013, former Gozo Minister Giovanna Debono was considered
Two countries, two murders that deserve answers
Guest commentary by John Christmas, an exiled whistleblower living
Blow the whistle, follow the money
The news that Manchester City will not be playing
They killed a journalist and created a monster
You have to ask what motivates a man to
Defenders, deniers, traitors, avoiders: MEP candidates on press freedom
MEP candidates agree that press freedom and the rule
An open letter to Minister Edward Scicluna from a whistleblower
An open letter to Edward Scicluna, Finance Minister and
EU lawmakers propose new whistleblower protection law
MEPs have agreed to introduce new legal mechanisms to protect
Directive on whistleblower protection submitted to the Commission
Whistleblowers’ reports should be quickly and seriously investigated and
David Casa in Athens for Efimova’s extradition appeal
MEP David Casa is in Athens for the appeal
I ask, therefore I am
‘If YOUR baby was going into hospital for an
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat ‘stonewalls’ request for whistleblower protection for anti-money laundering investigator
Anti-money laundering investigator Jonathan Ferris continues to be denied
MEPs call on Greece to offer asylum to Russian whistleblower on Pilatus Bank
Over 30 MEPs have signed a statement calling on
Pilatus whistleblower held in Athens jail awaiting court decision on extradition to Malta
Maria Efimova – the Russian whistleblower at the centre