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Alon Ben-Meir
13 September 2014, 7:35am

Turkey’s Islamization under Erdogan and his deliberate compromising of Turkey’s democratic principles by jailing journalists without trial, point to a dangerous slippery slope

Raphael Vassallo
11 September 2014, 11:17am

A lot of Scots – certainly the majority who voted for the SNP at the last election – are unhappy with the same status quo, and want it changed... This is after all what democracy has always been about – the legal right to get rid of political administrations when you want them to go

Andrew Azzopardi
11 September 2014, 7:16am

We need to do all that is possible to avoid having our social policy stained by commercial, money- and profit-making interests, and pledge that the needs of the vulnerable and voiceless are represented.

Mark Scicluna
8 September 2014, 1:22pm
Mark Scicluna
3 September 2014, 2:30pm
Mark Scicluna
2 September 2014, 11:00am

Cartoon by Mark Scicluna

11 September 2014, 7:29am

While Arriva did bring about positive improvements as regards pricing and greater discipline among drivers, it failed on the more basic aim of providing access from A to B within a reasonable time-frame.

9 September 2014, 8:35am

If the contracts were drawn up correctly, responsibility should be shouldered by the periti who certified the works and by contractors who should pay for any works which need to be done, or reimburse the monies they earned to the government.

9 September 2014, 8:33am

Former Enemalta chairman Alex Tranter’s arraignment on misuse of the company credit card is a separate issue which takes us no nearer or further from the truth about the oil scandal which rocked this country less than two years ago