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  • Watch: 'Delia has to act, and act quickly'

    Watch: 'Delia has to act, and act quickly'

    Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia can no longer just parry blows raining down on him from within the shadows of his own party, his friend and architect Robert Musumeci believes.  "He cannot afford to wait any longer," Dr Musumeci tells Times...

  • Watch: Robert Musumeci defends his 'friend' Adrian Delia

    Watch: Robert Musumeci defends his 'friend' Adrian Delia

    As Opposition leader Adrian Delia continues to parry internal criticism, he has found a backer who these days is more often associated with his political adversaries.  Fellow Siġġiewi resident Robert Musumeci's staunch defence of his friend - and...

  • Watch: ‘I will not resign” – Delia rejects claims he’s pulling PN down

    Watch: ‘I will not resign” – Delia rejects claims he’s pulling PN down

    Updated 1pm with Occupy Justice statement Adrian Delia said he has never offered to step down or even suspend himself as leader of the Nationalist Party because his "personal matters" were not damaging or disrupting his political role.  Dr Delia...

  • Watch: Adrian Delia combative amid party upheaval

    Watch: Adrian Delia combative amid party upheaval

    Adrian Delia fields questions about his political future, amid internal party strife and claims of abuse surrounding his separation from his wife. In an interview on Times Talk, the Nationalist Party leader reacts to demands for his resignation,...

  • Watch: Of monsters, sluts, tribalism... and turning leaders into bishops

    Watch: Of monsters, sluts, tribalism... and turning leaders into bishops

    Xarabank presenter Peppi Azzopardi thinks social media has turned the driver involved a policeman's hit-and-run into a "monster". Tenor Joseph Calleja admits he felt like a fish out of water when he was embroiled in a political dispute. Chris...

  • Boycotted show was the most watched Times Talk show

    Boycotted show was the most watched Times Talk show

    An invitation sent to top government officials and their subsequent no-show on Times Talk ironically emerged as the most-watched edition of the online programme of 2018. Here is the rundown of the 10 most-watched editions of Times Talk, uploaded...

  • Watch: 'How many phonecalls do you receive to curry favours?'

    Watch: 'How many phonecalls do you receive to curry favours?'

    MP Marlene Farrugia believes she can still get elected to parliament without the Forza Nazzjonali coalition. Film legend Peter Greenaway thinks old people like him should get out of the way. And Graffitti activist Victoria Pisani does not exclude...

  • Watch: Has Malta grown tired of Joseph Calleja?

    Watch: Has Malta grown tired of Joseph Calleja?

    Attention shouldn’t faze Joseph Calleja – the Maltese tenor has been applauded by thousands, had his name in bright lights and his portrait splashed across the internet. Two decades of fame and a lifetime of plaudits, however, could not prepare...

  • Watch: Joseph Calleja on Valletta 2018, charity and his critics

    Watch: Joseph Calleja on Valletta 2018, charity and his critics

    Joseph Calleja is Malta's most famous cultural export, and yet he was nowhere to be seen during Valletta's year as European Capital of Culture.  In a Times Talk interview to be published on Wednesday, the Maltese tenor looks back on a year which...

  • Watch: I have to take some of the credit for V18's success - Jason Micallef

    Watch: I have to take some of the credit for V18's success - Jason Micallef

    Projects which had languished for years – such as Muża and the restoration of Palazzo Ferreria – were only completed thanks to the impetus given by Valletta 2018’s status as the Capital of Culture, foundation chairman Jason Micallef said. Over €60...

  • Caruana Galizia comments were blown out of proportion: V18 chairman

    Caruana Galizia comments were blown out of proportion: V18 chairman

    Caruana Galizia comments were blown out of proportion: V18 chairman The reaction to comments made by the chairman of the Valletta 2018 Foundation Jason Micallef were “blown out of proportion” pushed by a few dozen people with a personal agenda. Mr...

  • Watch: “You have no right to call me a whore” – Labour MP

    Watch: “You have no right to call me a whore” – Labour MP

    Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar says she can take in any form of criticism but will not tolerate misogynist verbal violence any longer. “If I’m vociferous in my arguments it doesn’t give you a right to call me a whore. Say you disagree with me, call me...

  • Watch: Rosianne Cutajar on slurs and libel suits

    Watch: Rosianne Cutajar on slurs and libel suits

    MP Rosianne Cutajar has vehemently defended her decision to file two separate libel suits against two people who allegedly denigrated her on Facebook. The Facebook posts cited by Ms Cutajar in her libel suits allegedly liken her to a “prostitute”...

  • Rule of law doesn’t exist in Paceville – Fr Hilary

    Rule of law doesn’t exist in Paceville – Fr Hilary

    Paceville has mushroomed into a lawless centre with ruthless rich 'gods' ruling the roost, according to Fr Hilary Tagliaferro.  It is not uncommon to hear about the notoriety of Paceville, but Fr Hilary is probably in the best position to give a...

  • Watch: Fr Hilary blunt on sorry state of Paceville, Maltese football

    Watch: Fr Hilary blunt on sorry state of Paceville, Maltese football

    Millennium Chapel founder Fr Hilary Tagliaferro is probably in the best position to give a snapshot of the state of Paceville.  In an interview with Times Talk, the much-loved priest, speaks about the culture of greed which has turned Malta's...

  • Watch: ‘Nobody can accuse me of being biased in favour of government’

    Watch: ‘Nobody can accuse me of being biased in favour of government’

    George Hyzler had barely settled into his new role, and the talk was already about what he could not do, rather than what he could. “I overemphasised the limitation of my powers, but that’s what the law is,” Malta's first parliamentary...

  • Watch: 'I understand the scepticism,' says Malta's first parliamentary watchdog

    Watch: 'I understand the scepticism,' says Malta's first parliamentary watchdog

    Barely one week into the job, the country's first-ever parliamentary watchdog has already had to parry scepticism about his new role.  In this Times Talk interview, parliamentary commissioner for standards in public life George Hyzler touches upon...

  • Watch: 'There is no vacancy for prime minister' - Fearne

    Watch: 'There is no vacancy for prime minister' - Fearne

    Deputy prime minister Chris Fearne refused steadfastly to be drawn into speculation over what he would have done about the 17 Black and Panama Papers revelations if he were prime minister. He also declined to say whether he would have Konrad Mizzi...

  • Watch: There'll be a vacancy in PN before PL - Fearne

    Watch: There'll be a vacancy in PN before PL - Fearne

    Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne stuck loyally by Prime Minister Joseph Minister and the latter’s position over the 17 Black and Panama Paper revelations, saying no one should resign unless allegations were proved to be facts. He scoffed at the...

  • Watch: 'Shut down political party media, it's Malta's only hope'

    Watch: 'Shut down political party media, it's Malta's only hope'

    Until the two main political parties continue "occupying" our lives, then there is little hope left for Malta. Immanuel Mifsud is one of Malta’s top authors, teachers and columnists, but he says he is fast losing hope of a semblance of critical...