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The PN’s silly attack on him during the election campaign, regarding the infamous ‘block of ice’ incident, never really dented his perceived integrity
While concern about the environment dropped, in the last four months there was a substantial increase in concerns regarding buses and corruption. This says it all.
Strong migration flows have boosted Malta's potential growth but recent events have shone a light on a persistent streak of xenophobia and intolerance
Bedingfield’s comment was more than simply stupid, considering that when he served at the Vatican, Scicluna was the chief Church prosecutor in sexual abuse cases.
The weakest link limits the strength of the chain. Muscat has been ill-served by his own chosen cronies
The many Nationalists and Labourites who live in a time warp are more comfortable with the political enemy of old than with the current one
In the current Maltese situation, there are too many instances of bad governance that will definitely impinge on how the electorate will rate the Joseph Muscat administration
Apparently, the so-called American University of Malta has already failed its most important test – it will not be recognised as a university but only as an institute in further education
People enjoy gossiping about government employees caught pinching petrol or what not, more than talking about the introduction of a propositive referendum law!
Marlene decided to resign from the Labour Party and there was a reaction from her erstwhile colleagues.