December 3, 2017

Home Comment We can blame political ‘filibustering’ on the bi-partisan consensus out there: always capitalise on the failings of your enemy, even if it means short-changing your country in the process For those who dislike conspiratorial theories on the malaise affecting Muscat’s administration – despite it being buoyed by economic success and far-reaching reform – […]

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Home Comment We can blame political ‘filibustering’ on the bi-partisan consensus out there: always capitalise on the failings of your enemy, even if it means short-changing your country in the process For those who dislike conspiratorial theories on the malaise affecting Muscat’s administration – despite it being buoyed by economic success and far-reaching reform – […]

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Home Comment We can blame political ‘filibustering’ on the bi-partisan consensus out there: always capitalise on the failings of your enemy, even if it means short-changing your country in the process For those who dislike conspiratorial theories on the malaise affecting Muscat’s administration – despite it being buoyed by economic success and far-reaching reform – […]

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I hope I’m not the only one who thinks this way: I hate Calibri. You’re probably sitting there with you newspaper in your hand and saying, What the heck is Calibri? If you’re reading this on line, you might be closer to the truth. Calibri is the default type font you find in Word, Excel, […]

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I hope I’m not the only one who thinks this way: I hate Calibri. You’re probably sitting there with you newspaper in your hand and saying, What the heck is Calibri? If you’re reading this on line, you might be closer to the truth. Calibri is the default type font you find in Word, Excel, […]

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Selvam Canagaratna “The ceiling on taxation of capital gains reflects the national belief that speculation is a more worthwhile way to make a living than work.” – Calvin Trillin, Uncivil Liberties, 1982. Time was when both death and taxes were considered unavoidable. But in the light of the latest revelations contained in The Paradise Papers, […]

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Selvam Canagaratna “The ceiling on taxation of capital gains reflects the national belief that speculation is a more worthwhile way to make a living than work.” – Calvin Trillin, Uncivil Liberties, 1982. Time was when both death and taxes were considered unavoidable. But in the light of the latest revelations contained in The Paradise Papers, […]

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Selvam Canagaratna “The ceiling on taxation of capital gains reflects the national belief that speculation is a more worthwhile way to make a living than work.” – Calvin Trillin, Uncivil Liberties, 1982. Time was when both death and taxes were considered unavoidable. But in the light of the latest revelations contained in The Paradise Papers, […]

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