Malta’s Humanitarian Aid Proposal to Libya approved by the EU

  In the Council of EU Foreign Ministers, which met yesterday, a Humanitarian Aid Package to Libya was approved and agreed upon. This happened after Malta’s Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs proposed this as an item on the agenda. The European Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement, Olivér Várhelyi explained that this aid is going to […]

It’s going to be a Halloween Brexit – literally

European Union leaders have come to a consensus to grant the UK a six-month extension to Brexit, after five hours of discussions in Brussels. The new deadline – 31st October – liberates everyone from the prospect of the UK having to leave the EU without a deal on Friday, as MPs are to this day […]

EU agrees to delay Brexit

EU leaders have agreed a plan which will delay Brexit from March 29 until May 22, so long as MPs approve the Prime Minister’s withdrawal deal next week. However, leaders added that if Theresa May’s deal is not approved in the “third meaningful vote” next week, the UK has until April 12 to declare its […]

Maltese are having the fewest babies in Europe

New figures show the Maltese are having the fewest babies in Europe. The fertility rate in Malta has hit rock bottom, according to alarming population growth research from the EU. It said Malta was at the bottom of the league table with only 1.32 babies born on average for every woman. In comparison, France had […]