In ‘n’ out

2020-08-21T17:08:46+02:00Fri, 21st Aug '20, 17:08|

Photo: Newsbook We have Joseph Muscat’s version of what his conversation with the police this afternoon was about. Apparently they disturbed his daily yoga routine to ask him questions he’s already answered and to assure him he’s not under investigation. He didn’t seem annoyed they didn’t just send him a Hallmark card though. [...]

Pravda and Izvestia

2020-08-21T14:55:37+02:00Fri, 21st Aug '20, 14:53|

As the tabloids used to say, you heard it here first. Joseph Muscat has been called in to questioning under caution by the police in connection with the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia. Moments later it hit the front pages of all on line media in Malta. Of course it did. A former prime minister [...]


2020-08-21T14:21:10+02:00Fri, 21st Aug '20, 14:21|

In 23 years I watched Xarabank some 4 times. I was on the show 3 of those times and did badly every time. The fourth time was the show when they had people speaking for candidates in the PN leadership election who wanted to replace Eddie Fenech Adami. That’s 16 years ago now. Like many, [...]

Joseph Muscat called to police headquarters for questioning on assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia

2020-08-21T13:35:05+02:00Fri, 21st Aug '20, 13:30|

Former prime minister Joseph Muscat is expected in the coming hours to visit the police headquarters to answer police questions regarding the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia. He is expected to be placed under caution before questioning starts. He'll be asked to respond to information provided to the police by Yorgen Fenech, who has been [...]

GUEST POST: How to mismanage a pandemic

2020-08-21T12:00:48+02:00Fri, 21st Aug '20, 12:00|

The debacle started a little over a month ago when positive coronavirus cases started to dwindle. The health professionals warned that a second wave of covid-19 would hit Malta. Prime Minister Robert Abela rubbished the warnings claiming that “waves are in the sea”. He even accused doctors of scaremongering the public because they were envious [...]

The only emotion he could express

2020-08-21T11:32:25+02:00Fri, 21st Aug '20, 11:32|

118 people were about to drown. 5 of them were children. 1 a new-born baby. The Armed Forces of Malta were dispatched to rescue them. They were saved from certain death and brought ashore. And the only emotion Security Minister Byron Camilleri could express in a video he posted was anger. It’s not just the [...]

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