EU to get 10,000 border guards with new agency
EU member states and the European Parliament have agreed to set up a new border and coast guard agency under a new law piloted by PN MEP Roberta Metsola
European Parliament backs Miriam Dalli’s CO2 emissions deal
Commissioner for climate action Miguel Arias Cañete praised the Labour MEP for her ‘leadership on a challenging file’
European Parliament approves 'tax haven' resolution critical of Malta

MEPs have overwhelmingly approved a report critical of member states, including...

MEPs have overwhelmingly approved a report critical of...

MEPs approve controversial Copyright Directive

MEPs vote 348 in favour of the law and 274 against of Copyright Directive,...

MEPs vote 348 in favour of the law and 274 against of...

Maltese teens’ proposal for mandatory EU studies curriculum to be presented to MEPs

Maltese teens submit winning proposal for mandatory syllabus on European politics to increase citizens’ knowledge before casting their ballots

Maltese teens submit winning proposal for mandatory...

Major disagreements between MEPs during debate on rule of law in Malta

Labour MEP Alfred Sant said that in his opinion, the Maltese government was too quick to implement the Venice Commission recommendations but that this was...

Labour MEP Alfred Sant said that in his opinion, the...

Hundreds of thousands descend on London in anti-Brexit march

Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators from the "Put It To The...

Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators from the "Put...

[WATCH] Malta’s biggest Youtuber’s impassioned plea on why EU copyright law ‘could kill Internet’

Doctor-turned-Youtuber Grandayy, followed by 2 million worldwide, says MEPs must vote against Copyright Directive’s Article 13

Doctor-turned-Youtuber Grandayy, followed by 2 million...

EU to allow Brexit delay until 22 May if British MPs accept divorce deal next week

The leaders of 27 EU member states meeting in Brussels are expected to hand Britain a Brexit delay until 22 May if its parliament approves the exit deal next...

The leaders of 27 EU member states meeting in Brussels are...

Economic boom for whom? Maltese wages only ones in EU to fall last year

Malta was the only EU country to see a drop in hourly labour costs, spelling good news for employers and bad news for workers

Malta was the only EU country to see a drop in hourly...

Update 4 | Shooting on Dutch tram: Police arrest suspect

Dutch police are investigating a 'possible terrorist motive'...

Dutch police are investigating a 'possible terrorist...

Casa hosts persecuted journalist, Labour accuses MEP of lacking credibility on press freedom

Labour says David Casa’s defence of journalists marred by his use of law courts to extract confidential sources from journalists who have written about...

Labour says David Casa’s defence of journalists...

Malta agrees with granting Brexit extension

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said it is in favour of granting the UK a Brexit...

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said it is in favour of...

European Parliament president Tajani’s praise for Mussolini sparks furore

Italian centre-right EP president Antonio Tajani’s praise for fascist dictator provokes outrage

Italian centre-right EP president Antonio Tajani’s...

British lawmakers vote in favour of delaying Brexit

After voting against a second withdrawal agreement, as well as against leaving...

After voting against a second withdrawal agreement, as well...

In case you forgot how the UK got itself into its Brexit mess...

A timeline of events that have unfolded since former UK Prime Minister David...

A timeline of events that have unfolded since former UK...

European Parliament votes to allocate €10 billion in migration funds

Labour MEP Miriam Dalli said the funds being made available to member states to address asylum and migration was a win for frontline countries like Malta

Labour MEP Miriam Dalli said the funds being made available...

New EU directive gives whistleblowers right to bypass hierarchy

The directive also forbids 'all forms of retaliation' against...

The directive also forbids 'all forms of...

EU court denies Varoufakis access to key ECB documents in Greece crisis

Former Greek finance minister to challenge General Court decision in appeal before European Court of Justice

Former Greek finance minister to challenge General Court...

MPs to vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal

MPs will vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal later after she secured "legally binding" changes to it following last-ditch talks with the EU in...

MPs will vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal later after...