Corporate Dispatch Morning Briefing
Your morning briefing for today with the salient news which made it to the headlines and a review of the front pages from Malta’s newspapers.
- Donald Tusk has told Theresa May that Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit plan offers a “promising way out” of the current Brexit stalemate, according to Sky source
- The sister of Thailand’s King to contest election for Prime Minister in a move which breaks with tradition
These are the main stories from Malta’s news frontpages.
The Times speaks to Malta Union of Teachers president Marco Bonnici after two violent incidents involving teachers reported this week.
The Malta Independent quotes Minister Konrad Mizzi who said that the St George’s Bay site is large enough for residents in the area not to feel the effects of the project by the Corinthia Group.
The Times says that Opposition Leader Adrian Delia is believed to have proposed Lawrence Gonzi, Tonio Borg, and Louis Galea for the presidency of the republic. Delia met Prime Minister Joseph Muscat some days ago in line with the consultation process outlined in the constitution.
In-Nazzjon covers an interview with Teachers’ Union Marco Bonnici in which said that another two cases of aggression against teachers this week went unreported.
The Malta Independent reports from the latest GRTU Business Performance Survey that Black Friday was the best day for business throughout 2018.
L-Orizzont quotes a report by the European Commission predicting a 5.2 percent growth in the economy this year, making it four times higher the average rate within the EU.
L-Orizzont says that Child Protection within the Foundation for Social Wellbeing is following the case of an eight-year-old boy who was found in a state of neglect when the police raided a house in Birkirkara in January.
In-Nazzjon quotes PL mayor of Rabat Charles Azzopardi who said that the Labour Party is not your place if you are a person of principle.