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Deportation rules must show humanity, Metsola says on Dismark case
“It’s a case that weighs on my heart… I just wish the way we apply the law showed some humanity,” Metsola said.
European Parliament wants international investigation into Navalny death
EP presidents and group leaders demand international and independent investigation into the exact circumstances of the death of Russian political prisoners and Sakharov Prize...
MaltaToday survey | War in Gaza is greatest problem facing EU
The war in Gaza trumps the war in Ukraine, inflation, immigration and climate change as the greatest problem facing the European Union according to Maltese voters. James Debono...
Brussels opens probe into TikTok algorithms after MEPs call for investigation
In 2023, MEPs highlighted the risks to privacy from the Chinese-developed social media platform and recommended banning TikTok at all levels of national government and in the...
Metsola on Green Deal: ‘No conflict between economy and environment’
EP President in visit to Malta firm ARQ says policymakers must ease Green Deal transition and help people to leave nobody behind
Von der Leyen to seek second mandate at helm of EU’s executive arm
Ursula von der Leyen has finally announced her bid to become the European People’s Party lead candidate for the upcoming European elections
Agius Saliba on the warpath: ‘importers coerce stores to refuse cheaper goods’

Importers deny ‘unsubstantiated’ claims of bullying retailers to fend off cheaper parallel imports 

Importers deny ‘unsubstantiated’ claims of...

PN’s newest MEP candidate is an aerospace engineer

The Nationalist Party approves Lee Bugeja Bartolo, 33, as a candidate for the...

The Nationalist Party approves Lee Bugeja Bartolo, 33, as a...

Ambitious targets to cut down on annual 60 million tonnes of food waste in Europe

MEPs to push for higher waste reducton targets that can reduce food and textile waste

MEPs to push for higher waste reducton targets that can...

EU toys must have digital product passports in major push for children’s safety

MEPs back stricter rules to ensure children’s toys are safe with digital product passport to facilitate border checks and inform consumers

MEPs back stricter rules to ensure children’s toys...

Engerer report on business greenwashing claims heads for plenary vote

New rules for companies to comply with EU ban on greenwashing of products will...

New rules for companies to comply with EU ban on...

Agius Saliba gets cross-party support for Brussels probe into Malta food prices

Labour MEP’s petition supported by all parties to force European Commission investigation into Maltese food import prices

Labour MEP’s petition supported by all parties to...

Rule of law ‘political football’: Casa breaks ranks with EPP on Greece

Alfred Sant only S&D to abstain on Greece rule of law resolution, Cyrus Engerer negotiator for socialists on rule of law report

Alfred Sant only S&D to abstain on Greece rule of law...

Anti-EU populism: MEP elections to deliver gains to far-right

The 2024 European Parliament elections could see a major shift to the right in...

The 2024 European Parliament elections could see a major...

Farmers taking only quarter of CAP subsidies pocketed by Italians – Peter Agius

Malta farmers short-changed by low EU subsidies negotiated by government, leading to less land being tilled for agriculture

Malta farmers short-changed by low EU subsidies negotiated...

Equality milestone as EU disability card set to become a reality

Council and EU parliament agree on Commission proposal for EU-wide...

Council and EU parliament agree on Commission proposal...

EU steps up clean-tech industry rules but campaigners rue inclusion of carbon capture

Deal on plans to boost Europe’s Net-Zero technology production

Deal on plans to boost Europe’s Net-Zero technology...

Bananas that do not go brown: MEPs accused of scrapping rules on new GMOs

European Parliament votes for simpler process on new genomic techniques plants, and stronger labelling and traceability

European Parliament votes for simpler process on new...

Dalli hails milestone in addressing gender-based violence across EU

Commissioner Helena Dalli hails gender-based directive as victory for gender...

Commissioner Helena Dalli hails gender-based directive as...

Alex Agius Saliba nominated for 'Youth Champion of the Mandate' award

Agius Saliba is the sole Maltese MEP nominated for this year's awards and...

Agius Saliba is the sole Maltese MEP nominated for this...

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