EU will ‘move on’ from Brexit, says Juncker in state of union speech
European commission president says the UK’s departure is tragic and Nigel Farage will regret it, but the EU, as well as the UK, will go on
State of the Union debate: shaping the future of the EU
In the presence of all commissioners, the House will discuss ways forward to shape the future of a strong European Union which delivers on citizens’ expectations
Top EU court's adviser dismisses Slovakia, Hungary refugee challenge

The top EU court's adviser said that a case brought by Slovakia and Hungary...

The top EU court's adviser said that a case brought by...

EU-Turkey talks fail to ease friction over detentions

High-level talks between EU officials and Turkey's foreign minister did not...

High-level talks between EU officials and Turkey's...

Simon Busuttil 'is being arraigned', David Casa tells EU

Head of PN delegation to the European Parliament sends open letter to the...

Head of PN delegation to the European Parliament sends open...

German MEP Weber says chief of staff’s police report undermines democracy

EPP Group chairman Manfred Weber says police report filed against Opposition leader puts ‘democracy and the rule of law at risk’

EPP Group chairman Manfred Weber says police report filed...

EU institute flags lack of in-depth studies on women employment in Malta

EIGE: A more gender equal society leads to positive GDP growth, higher level of employment and productivity and is better able to respond to challenges arising...

EIGE: A more gender equal society leads to positive GDP...

EU threatens to end Brexit talks, argue 'UK is not ready'

Financial negotiations run to a standstill after less than 24 hours

Financial negotiations run to a standstill after less than...

EU could freeze Polish voting rights over judicial independence

The European Commission warned Poland it was 'very close' to...

The European Commission warned Poland it was 'very...

House prices up by 5.2% in Malta

House prices up by 5.2% over first quarter of 2016, but drastic decrease recorded when compared with the last quarter of that same year

House prices up by 5.2% over first quarter of 2016, but...

Brexit negotiators clash on €75 billion divorce bill

UK negotiators are not planning to present their own estimate of financial...

UK negotiators are not planning to present their own...

Brexit talks start in Brussels with 20 months to go

Brexit Secretary David Davis will launch the first the negotiations on the...

Brexit Secretary David Davis will launch the first the...

Six candidates vie for Therese Comodini Cachia’s EP seat

The six candidates are: Francis Zammit Dimech, Ray Bugeja, Helga Ellul,...

The six candidates are: Francis Zammit Dimech, Ray Bugeja,...

Britain accepts it will have to pay EU exit bill

The UK acknowledged for the first time that it will have to pay money to...

The UK acknowledged for the first time that it will...

At least five candidates seek to take Comodini Cachia’s seat in the European Parliament

Only Stefano Mallia and Kevin Plumpton rule out intention to submit their nomination for the PN MEP casual election

Only Stefano Mallia and Kevin Plumpton rule out intention...

Gifts and revolving doors should be included in MPs’ code of conduct

GRECO, the Council of Europe’s anti-corruption watchdog, has reiterated its call on the Maltese authorities to revise the Code of Conduct for MPs

GRECO, the Council of Europe’s anti-corruption...

Sant: EU defence plan not in interest of neutral countries like Malta

Former Maltese PM says EU does not even have clear definition of which State...

Former Maltese PM says EU does not even have clear...

Malta MEPs rebel against parties backing tax transparency law

Malta’s six MEPs have refused to back a draft EU directive that would...

Malta’s six MEPs have refused to back a draft EU...

UK Prime Minister Theresa May's offer to EU citizens 'falls short'

Theresa May's offer to give EU citizens in the UK ‘settled...

Theresa May's offer to give EU citizens in the UK...

UK business leaders to call for indefinite delay in leaving single market

Business leaders have called on the UK to seek to stay inside the EU single market and a customs union 'until a final deal is in force'

Business leaders have called on the UK to seek to stay...