Labour MEP says European Commission should review ETS effects on Malta ports
Labour MEP Josianne Cutajar warns ETS tax on shipping entering Malta Freeport will lead to carbon leakage as business moves out to North African ports
EU strikes major deal to reform migration policy, Metsola hails historic pact
Roberta Metsola described the legislative coup “an emotional moment” and hailed it as a win for the pro-European centre
Spying on journalists cannot be eliminated completely, Metsola told European leaders
European Parliament President Roberta Metsola had acknowledged that when it comes to surveillance on journalists, spyware cannot be completely off the table
Labour MEPs diverge on resolution changes against Frontex-Libyan militia cooperation
Labour MEPs Josianne Cutajar and Cyrus Engerer were the only two Maltese MEPs present to vote on a resolution although their positions diverged on the inclusion of a clause...
EU strikes deal on media freedom act with limits on spying on reports
The EU Council and MEPs have struck a deal for new rules intended to safeguard media freedom, media pluralism and editorial independence in the EU
Hungary blocks €50bn Ukraine aid, calling off veto as Brussels releases frozen cash
Green MEP calls unfreezing of €10 billion in aid for Hungary “biggest bribe in the history of the EU” simply to get Viktor Orban to abstain on veto threat on...
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On no-consent rape, Malta shies away from zealous EU definition

Malta has ratified the Istanbul Convention’s principles in its national...

Malta has ratified the Istanbul Convention’s...

Malta called to withdraw support for EU law that allows spying on journalists

European Media Freedom Act, under pressure from French demands, will allow spying on journalists unless EU states, Malta incluced, withdraw their support

European Media Freedom Act, under pressure from French...

Mixed vote from Labour MEPs for Commission president with electoral backing

European Parliament asks for a binding deal with the Council on how to elect the Commission President

European Parliament asks for a binding deal with the...

Malta MEPs back China de-risking recommendations, Sant abstains

MEPs back report that carries call to action for EU to respond to Chinese...

MEPs back report that carries call to action for EU to...

Revolutionary deal on EU platform work rules to regulate algorithmic management

First ever EU-rules on algorithmic management in the workplace means workers cannot be dismissed by automated systems

First ever EU-rules on algorithmic management in the...

Kids’ loss of concentration from digital addiction: EP lawmakers demand safeguards

The European Parliament has called for the development of ethical digital products that do not rely on dark patterns and addictive designs

The European Parliament has called for the development of...

Clear labels on honey jars for country of origin, MEPs say in ‘breakfast directives’

MEPs want clearer labelling of honey, fruit juice, and jam according to geographical origin and more transparency on sugar content labelling

MEPs want clearer labelling of honey, fruit juice, and jam...

[WATCH] Sakharov Prize ceremony: MEPs honour Iranian women and memory of Jina Amini

MEPs honour the Woman, Life, Freedom Movement in Iran in Sakharov Prize ceremony

MEPs honour the Woman, Life, Freedom Movement in Iran in...

AI: MEPs climb down on request for unconditional ban on live facial recognition

MEPs toast provisional agreement on Artificial Intelligence Act and human rights safeguards

MEPs toast provisional agreement on Artificial Intelligence...

Vast majority of Maltese expect standard of living to worsen: Eurobarometer

Eurobarometer survey shows 85% of Maltese citizens believe their standard of living will take a turn to the worse in the 2024

Eurobarometer survey shows 85% of Maltese citizens believe...

Matteo Salvini targets Metsola as far-right fires early salvo in European election campaign

Italy’s Matteo Salvini accuses Roberta Metsola of wanting ‘messy’ political arrangement that includes socialists and greens to side-line...

Italy’s Matteo Salvini accuses Roberta Metsola of...

European Commission tells Malta to investigate collusive food prices locally

It is Malta that should be investigating collusive pricing in the distribution sector, the European Commission says in letter to MEP candidate

It is Malta that should be investigating collusive pricing...

European Parliament, Council reach agreement on anti-SLAPP directive

The new law will seek to protect individuals working on matters of public...

The new law will seek to protect individuals working...

EU told to oblige streaming platforms to revise pre-digital royalty rates

MEPs want regulation that obliges dominant streaming platforms to make their algorithms transparent and help musicians afford adecent living

MEPs want regulation that obliges dominant streaming...

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