In countries with low public welfare spending such as Malta, individuals are aware that their (and their family’s) social welfare depends on the accumulation of private wealth. Therefore, the state needs to step in as a social partner.
How could it be that a nation of ‘ambivalent Europeans’, which is hostile to migrants, can carve out pockets of compassion and kindness towards stray cats?
Today’s Labour Party simply stands for making the cake bigger, not dividing it in a fair way.
Why Malta urgently needs a rent regulation scheme.