News | Sunday, 21 March 2010

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‘Avoid engaging the government’

Joseph Muscat’s secret strategy of “disengagement” was unexpectedly put into peril this week when his MEPs were caught off-guard by a Spanish socialist MEP who quizzed Louis Galea over the squandering of funds inside the Auxiliary Workers Training Scheme and the Foundation for Tomorrow’s Schools. >>

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