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Confused Labour issues neither here, neither there directive

HAMRUN - The Labour Party national executive yesterday stopped short of ordering a boycott of the referendum leaving all its options open by asking the general conference to approve a motion in which the electorate would be encouraged to do whatever it wants except vote Yes. READ MORE>

Partnership proposal a rehash of 1998 agreement

Kurt Sansone compares the Labour Party’s document Partnership – the best option for Malta, with the recommendations made by the EU in 1998 to the then Labour government. READ MORE>

IVA singers asked to sing ‘No to Europe’

By Matthew Vella
SAN GWANN - The celebrity casts which for long had been stockpiled in the Labour and Nationalist TV ateliers have now also arrived at a crossroads. The appearance of singers and other sundry personalities on a YES to EU melody, produced by the Nationalist Party, did much to stir the waters back at the Labour Party headquarters. READ MORE>

Leo Brincat says Cassola “should not be given a platform"

VALLETTA - During yesterday’s Moviment IVA discussion held in Valletta, Opposition Finance spokesperson Leo Brincat stated that Alternattiva Demokratika EU spokesperson Arnold Cassola "should not be given a platform". READ MORE>


Soldiering on for heritage
Martin Scicluna is an often outspoken retired UK Ministry of Defence civil servant and British army man, now spearheading Din L-Art Helwa’s fight to preserve Malta’s historical and natural heritage. He told Julian Manduca what he thinks of life in Malta

The business of football
Kurt Sansone gets away from it all and talks about professional ways in soccer


This Week

What a week!
Ramona Depares talks to Wayne Micallef, one-third of the group The Mics, who will be making their debut at this year’s Song For Europe festival


Not just the PN’s campaign - Prime Minister on EU referendum

Cassola describes Partnership as “taking the Mini when you can have the Rolls"

PN objects to MLP political cum religious advert

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