From my article in The Sunday Times today:

“Joseph Muscat thought he could saunter into a courtroom and get a judge to relieve the magistrate investigating him because he didn’t like the look of her. His case is not over yet. But his repeated attempts at shifting the goal posts in a game he’s realising he has no right to win is finding exactly the sort of response from the court that it deserves. If his claims have no basis in law, there is no way they can be accepted just because he is the one asking for them. The courtroom is not the cabinet table, and the judge is not one of Muscat’s ministers.”

Read the full article here.