Greens: One year after Panama Papers, EU states should stop blocking tax reforms
  Biggest leak in history made clear what many had long suspected: how easy it has been to evade taxes or launder dirty money
EU vows not to go soft on Gibraltar issue, as territory insists it is ‘not a bargaining chip’
Senior EU diplomats said the bloc will not back down in its support for Spain’s demands when it comes to the Rock of Gibraltar in Brexit negotiations, but the...
25,000 Maltese citizens suffer from a rare disease

The Maltese government is promoting cooperation in research into rare diseases...

The Maltese government is promoting cooperation in research...

Theresa May to trigger Article 50 next week, officially notifying EU of Brexit

Theresa May will trigger the Brexit process by invoking Article 50 on Wednesday 29 March, the UK Prime Minister’s spokesman has confirmed

Theresa May will trigger the Brexit process by...

[WATCH] Malta to launch bid for European Medicines Agency at end of EU28 health ministers’ meeting

Health ministers from all EU member states, Norway, Sweden and Lichtenstein are meeting in Malta to discuss the prevention of childhood obesity, structured...

Health ministers from all EU member states, Norway, Sweden...

Germany's socialists elect Martin Schulz as leader to challenge Merkel

Martin Schulz was anointed leader of the Social Democrats with 100% of the valid votes cast at a special convention

Martin Schulz was anointed leader of the Social Democrats...

Sant says no to Malta joining a European defence policy

Alfred Sant argues that a Common Security and Defence Policy would reinforce...

Alfred Sant argues that a Common Security and Defence...

Polish MEP suspended without pay for saying women are less intelligent than men

The European Parliament has suspended a Polish politician for 10 days after he said during a debate that women should earn less than men because they are...

The European Parliament has suspended a Polish politician...

Updated | Employers can ban headscarves from workplaces, European court rules

The European Court of Justice has ruled that employers are allowed to ban employees from wearing visible religious symbols in the workplace

The European Court of Justice has ruled that employers are...

UK parliament passes Brexit Bill and opens way to triggering Article 50

The UK parliament has passed the Brexit Bill, paving the way for the government to trigger Article 50, giving Brussels formal notification that...

The UK parliament has passed the Brexit Bill, paving the...

UK ministers expect MPs to reject Brexit Bill changes

UK ministers believe MPs will reject the two changes made to the Brexit Bill in...

UK ministers believe MPs will reject the two changes made...

Polish PM accuses Hollande of blackmail, mocks his 4% poll rating

'Am I supposed to take seriously the blackmail of a president who has a 4%...

'Am I supposed to take seriously the blackmail of a...

‘I hope UK will rejoin EU one day’ – Juncker

'The day will come when the British re-enter the boat, I hope' -...

'The day will come when the British re-enter the boat,...

‘Unity’ will be the buzzword for EU’s 60th birthday

After Poland’s row, EU leaders increase resolve to push messages of unity...

After Poland’s row, EU leaders increase resolve to...

'No comment' on EU long-detention proposal

The Council of Europe has warned leaders that a Commission’s proposal to...

The Council of Europe has warned leaders that a...

[WATCH] Poland set to veto EU summit’s conclusions

Spring summit set to end with a President’s statement after Poland...

Spring summit set to end with a President’s statement...

Update 2 | Donald Tusk confirmed for second term

In spite of Polish opposition, Donald Tusk has been reconfirmed as president of...

In spite of Polish opposition, Donald Tusk has been...

Two Maltese MEPs amongst Politico’s top 40

Roberta Metsola and Therese Comodini Cachia have been listed among...

Roberta Metsola and Therese Comodini Cachia have been...

‘Womanise’ politics and make it less of a battleground, former minister urges

‘Womanizing’ politics is about doing politics in a different way, where democracy is not seen as a battlefield but a place for improving lives,...

‘Womanizing’ politics is about doing politics...

EU lawmakers agree to stronger external border checks

A new EU regulation will see all travellers entering or leaving the Schengen...

A new EU regulation will see all travellers entering or...

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