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Andrew Borg Cardona

AND HERE’S A ROOSTING CHICKEN

From today’s timesofmalt.com, hot off the virtual presses, as it were: “Chief executive Ralph Roberts said the company took the decision because of lack of openness by the Maltese government.  He also said McGill's had a "gut feeling" that...

OH WHAT A SURPRISE

Way back a few years and a bit, the Nationalist Government had proposed the impeachment of Judge Anton Depasquale after he had decided not to attend to his duties for many, many months in protest, if memory serves, over the introduction of the...

OVER THE WEEKEND

It's funny how the PM seems to think he can get away with things by doing them over the weekend.  What does he think, that we won't check out the news and won't react to the little stunts he pulls? I mean, come on, appointing Mr Joe Debono Grech,...

SAY WHAT YOU LIKE, IT'S OK

Words seem to lose their meaning sometimes, especially when employed by Labour's Little Weasels. These un-cuddly creatures, characterised by their bitterness and fondness for deploying ad hominem arguments on the comments boards, used to be called...

A YEAR OF FUN

Don't get me wrong, I like a public holiday as much as the next man, especially if it falls just after my birthday or just after a weekend, so the more National Days we have, the better. Whether this does much for productivity or the nation's...

WILL HE STAY OR WILL HE GO?

  As of the time of writing, Minister Manwel Mallia had not denied, at least in any form discernible by human eyes or ears, the story that broke on Sunday that he had threatened to resign if any residency qualification was introduced into the...

THIS ONE IS FOR TURNING

On Wednesday, almost but not quite too late for my neo-Beck column, Joseph Muscat paraded himself triumphantly before the massed ranks of the media to announce that an agreement had been reached with the European Commission that allows his...

SO OBVIOUS

The Nationalist Party has been challenged to produce the legal advice its been given to substantiate its position that "Henley Citizenship" can be revoked. The challenge is being made by the Government, by the Labour Party and by a panoply of...

OH, CULTURE IS IT?

I was never under any illusion that a) Jose’ Herrera was gasping to be appointed Parliamentary Secretary for Culture in the first place or that b) now that he’s been appointed, that he has the slightest inkling about how to go about being...

YES, BUT NO, BUT

There's been something of a flurry of protest at the way the prosecuting copper in the alleged bribery case involving a former Chairman of Enemalta is trying to get the court to order the editor of a newspaper to reveal the source of emails (and...