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TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 12 December 2007

Judge and magistrate hit back at government’s boycott
The judge and magistrate accused of breaching the Commission for the Administration of Justice’s code of ethics have hit back at the government yesterday, accusing it of interfering in the raging controversy and blurring the distinction between executive and judiciary by boycotting them.

After Budafel and Monfalco, Spain calls for tougher EU regulations on rescue at sea
Spain has requested the European Council of Ministers to adopt new, tougher regulations on rescue at sea, in a move which echoes the country’s frustrations after the “Monfalco” incident last May – when Malta refused to take responsibility for a group of 26 migrants from the Ivory Coast, rescued by a Spanish fishing trawler outside its own search and rescue (SAR) region.

Sam Estates

Time to think outside the box
There is something uniquely frustrating about our national inability to come to grips with even the most pressing and basic of everyday necessities.Editorial>



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