Monday 20 January 2020

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Is this a fresh start for Labour? Only time will tell

January 16, 2020 | No comments

This column first appeared in Malta Today Until Robert Abela and his new Cabinet get settled in and we get […]

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The problem is not ‘the media’, it’s your behaviour in office

January 10, 2020 | No comments

This column first appeared in Malta Today I think it’s high time that the political parties organised a basic course […]

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Giving (electric) power to the people

January 3, 2020 | No comments

This column first appeared in Malta Today “Power to the people” was the rallying cry of the 1960s, made famous […]

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First we want foreign workers, then we deport their children

December 20, 2019 | No comments

This column first appeared in Malta Today Some people spent the last few days slogging through the much-awaited full Egrant […]

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Perceptions, urban myths and public sympathy

December 13, 2019 | No comments

This column first appeared in Malta Today As unsettling and disquieting as it may be, there are a lot of […]

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Never make anyone your ‘god’

December 6, 2019 | No comments

This column first appeared in Malta Today There is a very quintessential Maltese saying, “qatt tagħmel lil ħadd alla tiegħek” […]

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This is not about red or blue. It’s about Malta’s future

November 29, 2019 | No comments

Pictured: Muscat on sweeping to victory in 2013 This column first appeared in Malta Today *update: since this was written […]

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The only way forward is to remove Schembri and Mizzi now

November 22, 2019 | No comments

This column first appeared on Malta Today Over the last few weeks, the PM has been growing a beard, we […]

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Doling out cheques is only a stop-gap measure

November 15, 2019 | No comments

This column first appeared in Malta Today The news that the Government would be handing out a €150 grant to […]

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Expansion joints: After all the jokes, I hope the joke’s not on us

November 8, 2019 | No comments

This column first appeared in Malta Today My newsfeed this week was replete with jokes and memes about the infamous […]

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