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Put your environmental outrage where your vote is
Conscientiously objecting to conscientious objection | Timothy Paris
Ashamed to be Maltese; proud to support Bulgaria
A day in politics
Blogs
Saviour Balzan
No one should be given a license to discriminate | Renee Laiviera
Equality for all: we’ll overcome the language of hate | Rosianne Cutajar
There can only be one immigration policy: Robert Abela’s
Conscientious objection does not belong in the Equality Act | Chris Barbara
So fa(r), so good?
Blogs
Michael Falzon
‘Winning by default’ is no longer an option
Only the lonely: the tragedy of the elderly dying alone
It is all about winning, nothing else
After the pandemic, those with a second language stand to gain | Mario Pace
Challenging stereotypes of LGBTIQ+ persons is vital | Renée Laiviera
Religio et Patria 2.0: how the PN can once again be a driving force for change
One step forward, two steps back
Blogs
Raphael Vassallo
Do we measure politicians by our own yardstick?
Schools must open, the unions must back down
Problem solved? Not quite...
Blogs
Raphael Vassallo
'Never tell me the odds'...
Blogs
Raphael Vassallo
A free press? Time to talk about media financing
Drawing clear lines for equality | Charles Pace
Careful what you pray for...
Blogs
Raphael Vassallo
Charity comes home where providence lives | Jesmond Saliba
A Trump-inspired crisis management framework | Kristina Buhagiar
Has anyone ever had an easier ride than Bernard Grech?
The egg to omelette conundrum
Blogs
Michael Falzon
The silent killer we can’t even talk about...
The pandemic could be Malta’s moment: we need to take stock now
Konrad Mizzi would have passed the PN’s ‘due diligence’ test with flying colours...
Yes, people need protection... and no, they’re not getting it
Incompetence is Labour’s nemesis
Blogs
Michael Falzon
We depend on the judicial system,  now more than ever
Do you want schools to open? Then just wear that mask!
‘Not being Adrian Delia’ is not enough
Two pints of lager and a packet of crisps
Xarabank: end of the road...
Blogs
Raphael Vassallo
We need a bigger prison
Blogs
Raphael Vassallo
You can’t solve problems with empty catch-phrases
Edward Scicluna’s pathetic ‘it wasn’t me’