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Updated | Two arrested over Gatwick drones released without charge

The two were held regarding the “criminal use of drones”...

The two were held regarding the “criminal use of...

EU army coming through the back door, Alfred Sant warns

Brussels establishment believes military dimension could foster a sense of...

Brussels establishment believes military dimension...

Flights at Gatwick suspended again due to suspected drone sighting

The airport had to be closed yesterday as a precaution after a number of drones...

The airport had to be closed yesterday as a precaution...

Gatwick runway reopened after drone episode

Gatwick has reopened its runway despite the operator of the drone yet to be...

Gatwick has reopened its runway despite the operator of the...

Gatwick airport closed due to drones, flights from Malta disrupted

A flight from Malta to Gatwick was cancelled Thursday, while another is...

A flight from Malta to Gatwick was cancelled Thursday,...

Europe readies for the 'nightmare' scenario of a no-deal Brexit

Many European companies planning for an economic shock in case the...

Many European companies planning for an economic shock in...

Maltese want more Europe in everything… except taxes

76% of Maltese want harmonisation of wages – but only 46% want...

76% of Maltese want harmonisation of wages – but only...

European Parliament, Council reach deal on strong vehicle emissions targets

Cars and van manufacturers will be required to reduce emissions by 37.5% by 2030 in a legislative framework being piloted by Labour MEP Miriam Dalli

Cars and van manufacturers will be required to reduce...

New EU referendum would 'break faith with the British people' May due to warn MPs

Theresa May is due on Monday to warn MPs that holding another referendum on the EU would 'break faith with the British people' just days after former...

Theresa May is due on Monday to warn MPs that holding...

EU tells May there can be no further deal renegotiations

European Union leaders have said the Brexit withdrawal agreement is "not...

European Union leaders have said the Brexit withdrawal...

MEPs vote for new €1.8 billion rule of law protection fund

Nationalist Party MEP Roberta Metsola said that guaranteeing this funding is...

Nationalist Party MEP Roberta Metsola said that...

It’s 'Mayhem' as British PM faces no confidence vote within her party

Theresa May will face a no confidence vote among Conservative MPs on Wednesday night but vows to go down fighting

Theresa May will face a no confidence vote among...

EU approves Miriam Dalli’s proposed €500 million allocation for migration

The funds, which risked being lost, will be given to member states to be used for solidarity and relocation issues related to migration

The funds, which risked being lost, will be given to member...

Theresa May to meet EU leaders in bid to rescue deal

Theresa May will meet European leaders and EU officials later for talks aimed...

Theresa May will meet European leaders and EU officials...

British PM delays Brexit vote in parliament

In the face of certain defeat, British Prime Minister Theresa May has called...

In the face of certain defeat, British Prime Minister...

UK free to unilaterally cancel Brexit, European court rules

The European Court of Justice rules that Britain does not need the permission...

The European Court of Justice rules that Britain does not...

Ana Gomes heckles Joseph Muscat during Lisbon speech

As Prime Minister Joseph Muscat started singing Malta's praises at the 2018...

As Prime Minister Joseph Muscat started singing Malta's...

EU split down the middle over Maltese document on LGBTIQ discrimination

Hungary and Poland resist, Malta and the Netherlands fight back to push forward non-paper to new Commission on LGBTIQ anti-discrimination

Hungary and Poland resist, Malta and the Netherlands fight...