Splitting the Attorney General's role
Michael Falzon
Government going it alone, as it is trying to do, is only complicting matters rather than resolving them
Strong leadership, management by crisis or a dictatorship?
Josanne Cassar
While the Prime Minister keeps insisting the economy cannot be put on pause, the hellish construction works next door have brought the quality of life of so many to a standstill
Have you seen any trickle-down? I doubt it
Michael Falzon

The Sette Giugno riots pushed forward Malta’s quest for a representative...

The Sette Giugno riots pushed forward Malta’s quest...

[WATCH] Saviour Balzan’s videoblog: Joe Saliba is in no position to pontificate
Saviour Balzan

The man who left the Nationalist Party with a mountain of debt has come back to tell the party the future is bleak

The man who left the Nationalist Party with a mountain of...

The Gospel from Tal-Ħorr
Saviour Balzan

Perhaps it is not just a worthy Opposition that this country needs in the face of a strong government with a healthy majority; it is also a Catholic Church...

Perhaps it is not just a worthy Opposition that this...

Hands off our chocolate!
Josanne Cassar

There will be no more 'non nutritional' and sugary drinks on offer at Mater Dei as the hospital administration embarks on a health drive

There will be no more 'non nutritional' and sugary...

Gazing into the future

The PN has already been dismembered by wedge issues like gay marriage and adoptions; without a socially liberal orientation it will be condemned to stay as a...

The PN has already been dismembered by wedge issues like...

Italy’s marriage of convenience sours
Matthew Bugeja

The relationship between the 5 Star movement and League was not built to last – and now Matteo Salvini stands to gain

The relationship between the 5 Star movement and League was...

Silly rules, silly non-university, silly television: can we stop it all?
Josanne Cassar

Step this way, ladies and gents, welcome to the next media circus where boos and wild clapping are guaranteed

Step this way, ladies and gents, welcome to the next media...

Paul Whiteley | What drove voters to the Brexit Party
The Conversation

A new Tory leader is going to have their work cut out to change the perception...

A new Tory leader is going to have their work cut out to...

Unless a balance is found, the PN will remain dysfunctional
Evarist Bartolo

Unless a balance is found, one ‘city’ will continue undermining the...

Unless a balance is found, one ‘city’ will...

Detoxifying the PN brand

The fast pace of Labour’s civil society reforms left conservatives gasping for air. In the process, the ‘silent majority’ once believed to...

The fast pace of Labour’s civil society reforms left...

The PN’s malaise? Let’s go back to when Fenech Adami stepped down
Michael Falzon

The era of switchers is over: the number of those who switched from...

The era of switchers is over: the number of those who...

Death threats are a serious matter
Raphael Vassallo

The realisation that there are still people out there who would use that murder to actively intimidate others… even if the intention was not to carry...

The realisation that there are still people out there who...

[WATCH] The PN needs Claudio Grech as leader
Saviour Balzan

The civil war in the Nationalist Party is not good for democracy

The civil war in the Nationalist Party is not good for...

Remove partisan politics from councils, and more people will vote
Josanne Cassar

It was only in 1998, when Sant’s short-lived administration was removed...

It was only in 1998, when Sant’s short-lived...

And then there was a party
Saviour Balzan

What will not happen surely is the decapitation of Delia, and his replacement by a level-headed politician who brings some clarity and sense

What will not happen surely is the decapitation of Delia,...

Good intentions are not enough

People want fairness, nothing more, nothing less. They want equity, and demand that the market does not rule every aspect of their life. They want intervention...

People want fairness, nothing more, nothing less. They want...

Champions League final: how money buys success on the pitch
The Conversation

Elisavet Argyro Manoli • There is a virtuous (or vicious) circle in...

Elisavet Argyro Manoli • There is a virtuous (or...

Is throwing a milkshake an act of political violence? What political theory tells us
The Conversation

Alexander Blanchard • If the right, or public opinion more widely, is prepared to call milkshaking “violence”, then it must be prepared to...

Alexander Blanchard • If the right, or public opinion...