‘Malta must step up fight against corruption’ or risk investment scare, Brussels warns
The European Commission says Malta is not supervising its financial services industry well enough
Mark Zuckerberg appears before European Parliament
The meeting comes in the same week that the EU's General Data Protection Regulation enters into force 
Next MEP election dates confirmed for May 2019

European Parliament elections are expected to take place between 23 and 26 May...

European Parliament elections are expected to take place...

Italy’s next 'politically unknown' prime minister taught in Malta

Italy’s next prime minister is expected to be law professor Giuseppe...

Italy’s next prime minister is expected to be law...

Bet365 admits Malta expansion, plays down major relocation of staff from Gibraltar

Bet365 will be increasing its infrastructural capabilities in Malta and recruiting more staff but firm says it will remain committed to Gibraltar after Brexit

Bet365 will be increasing its infrastructural capabilities...

Over 31,000 unaccompanied minor asylum seekers registered in the EU in 2017

Only five unaccompanied minor asylum seekers applied for international protection in Malta in 2017

Only five unaccompanied minor asylum seekers applied...

Miriam Dalli’s ambitious CO2 emissions cut proposal for new cars finds resistance

The Labour MEP is the lead rapporteur for the regulation proposed by the European Commission on setting emission performance standards for new passenger cars...

The Labour MEP is the lead rapporteur for the regulation...

Malta urged to do more on migrant integration by Council of Europe anti-racism body

Council of Europe's anti-racism commission says refugees in Malta remain the 'most vulnerable and marginalised group' as it urges country to adopt...

Council of Europe's anti-racism commission says...

[WATCH] Updated | Foreign minister says it is premature to comment as Italy's next government could up the stakes on migration

Italy could finally have a government next week and it will be a radical shake-up for Europe and Malta as Lega and Movimento Cinque Stelle reach an agreement...

Italy could finally have a government next week and it will...

Maltese MEPs nominate Bjorn Formosa for the European Citizens’ Prize

Maltese MEPs David Casa, Miriam Dalli, Roberta Metsola, Marlene Mizzi, and Francis Zammit Dimech joined forces and nominated ALS activist Bjorn Formosa...

Maltese MEPs David Casa, Miriam Dalli, Roberta...

Malta blocks EU plans for a digital tax on corporate turnover

A levy on corporate turnover, as proposed by the European Commission and...

A levy on corporate turnover, as proposed by the European...

Bee-harming pesticides banned across the EU

Friends of the Earth Malta commended the Maltese authority’s support for...

Friends of the Earth Malta commended the Maltese...

Updated | Maria Efimova’s release by Greek court was not based on concerns over rule of law

Official translation of a Greek court’s decision to reject Malta’s extradition request for Pilatus bank whistleblower Maria Efimova puts paid to...

Official translation of a Greek court’s decision to...

[WATCH] Alfred Sant sounds warning on EU tax harmonisation through the backdoor

Former Maltese prime minister Alfred Sant has warned of ‘tax populists’ using EU competition policy as an excuse to usher in tax harmonisation...

Former Maltese prime minister Alfred Sant has warned of...

After targeting Malta, Brussels now admits it is probing all member states over VAT on luxury yachts

After first targeting Malta, Cyprus and Greece over their VAT regime for luxury yachts, the European Commission has widened its investigation to...

After first targeting Malta, Cyprus and Greece over...

Council of Europe to send monitor on Caruana Galizia murder investigation

The Council of Europe has appointed a rapporteur to monitor the ongoing investigation of slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia and the rule of law in...

The Council of Europe has appointed a rapporteur to monitor...

Europeans perceive good equality of opportunity, but unsure about justice and political decisions

Most Europeans consider life to be generally fair, but have concerns over justice, political decisions and income inequality, a Special Eurobarometer survey...

Most Europeans consider life to be generally fair, but have...

Brussels scrutinising information from The Daphne Project

The European Commission will act on any new information that may be revealed by...

The European Commission will act on any new information...

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