Prime Minister: Why Malta Needs More Foreign Workers But Rejected Hundreds Of People At Our Doorstep
"It was a point of principle"
'The roots of evil are all we are left with'
'I Want To Be A Bridge Between Common People, Civil Society And The EU': Michael Briguglio To Contest MEP Elections On PN Ticket
2019 will mark 25 years of activism for the sociologist, politician and drummer
Handcuffed Cutouts Of Top Labour Officials Appear On Eight Month Anniversary Of Daphne Caruana Galizia Assassination
'We can’t believe we’re still protesting against these two criminals who should be in prison'
'I've spent the last few years in Brussels attending European Parliament meetings listening to attacks against Malta without being able to say a word myself'
"If we only speak about corruption, we will throw ourselves into an abyss of irrelevance"
Nickie Vella De Fremeaux Explains Why She Grew Less Interested In Politics Since Her Husband Became PN Leader
“My exposure to politics has only reinforced how uninterested I am in it”
'It is difficult not to be angry, when we find ourselves in another summer facing a situation that we warned would come'
'There can't be a compromise when dealing with the lives of people at sea'
Ferris claims he was sacked because he was digging too closely into high-level government corruption
Joseph Muscat Tells Mass Meeting Malta Must Open Its Doors To ‘Everyone Who Wants To Live And Work Here’
"My wish for a cosmopolitan Malta is rooted in Dom Mintoff's vision"