Muscat recalls 2015 do-or-die moment for eurozone during Greek bailout crisis
European leaders had an 'unflinching political belief' in the eurozone as the Greek crisis risked killing the single currency, Malta Prime Minister Joseph Muscat says of...
MEPs slam Pilatus Bank in letter to the European Banking Authority
EBA inquiry launched following a formal request by the European Commission’s directorate-general for justice
Theresa May's reshuffle: who's in, who's out, and what didn't change

Theresa May's cabinet reshuffle was thrown off-course yesterday when senior...

Theresa May's cabinet reshuffle was thrown off-course...

[WATCH] Storm Eleanor blasts across Europe

Heavy winds gust across European countries, causing at least three deaths and...

Heavy winds gust across European countries, causing at...

Looking at 2018 | The thin red line of tax sovereignty

Looking at 2018 | Malta and Ireland have long argued that being on the...

Looking at 2018 | Malta and Ireland have long argued...

Italians vote on 4 March in election that could shake the EU

Italian President Sergio Mattarella dissolved both houses of parliament, ending...

Italian President Sergio Mattarella dissolved both houses...

Analysis | Malta and taxation: The whole picture and nothing but that

MEPs berating Malta’s tax system have only painted a partial picture that...

MEPs berating Malta’s tax system have only painted a...

10 insights into why the Maltese say they are happy with family, work and life in the EU

Most Maltese are happy with their family life and occupation, while 73% believe that everyone in the country has a chance to succeed in life, the survey reveals

Most Maltese are happy with their family life and...

Production in construction in October down by 0.4% in euro area, decreased by 0.1% in Malta in Q3 2017

Malta production in construction increased by 7.2% in second quarter of 2017 but went down slightly in the third quarter

Malta production in construction increased by 7.2% in...

Brexit: EU negotiator says City of London will have 'no place' in trade deal

It's unavoidable that financial firms and British banks would lose the passports that allow them to trade freely in the EU, as a result of any decision to...

It's unavoidable that financial firms and British banks...

Opposition leader Adrian Delia agrees with Prime Minister’s caution on new EU defence body

Malta has not joined a new EU body fostering increased defence cooperation after government cites neutrality clause • Adrian Delia agrees with...

Malta has not joined a new EU body fostering increased...

Updated | Brexit gets EU leaders' green light

EU leaders have given the go-ahead for talks with Britain on its exit from the...

EU leaders have given the go-ahead for talks with Britain...

Malta to ‘wait and see’ before deciding on PESCO defence pact, Muscat says

Malta not losing any security safeguards through not joining EU defence pact PESCO, Prime Minister says in European Council comments

Malta not losing any security safeguards through not...

Malta to keep best of relations with UK, Muscat tells May

The two heads of state held talks on the sidelines of an EU council summit in...

The two heads of state held talks on the sidelines of an EU...

How party trombones all claim to have ‘saved Malta’ from EU’s tax blacklist

20 points explaining how Malta was spared the tax haven label, and how Maltese MEPs went into tit-for-tat to claim credit for victory and blame each other for...

20 points explaining how Malta was spared the tax haven...

[WATCH] Brexit: Theresa May heads to Brussels after EU vote loss

As May prepared to meet her fellow EU leaders in Brussels on Thursday, a series...

As May prepared to meet her fellow EU leaders in Brussels...

Close call: Abstentions alone save Malta in European Parliament vote on tax haven blacklist

With 327 votes in favour and 327 votes against, it was only because of 24 abstentions that a proposal to list Malta with 42 other blacklisted tax havens...

With 327 votes in favour and 327 votes against, it was only...

Socialist MEPs back Panama report addition to consider Malta a tax haven

An amendment to the final report by the PANA committee of MEPs by the S&D group wants to recognise Malta as a tax haven together with Luxembourg, Ireland...

An amendment to the final report by the PANA committee of...

Updated | Brexit breakthrough: 'in the best interest for the whole of the UK', says May

There will be no hard border and the Good Friday agreement will be upheld, said prime minister Theresa May

There will be no hard border and the Good Friday agreement...

Alfred Sant: EU tax transparency yes, harmonisation no

Labour MEP warns against EU tax harmonisation efforts but supports transparency...

Labour MEP warns against EU tax harmonisation efforts but...