In the UK earlier this year the Labour government refused to reveal the true extent of the economic crisis in a bid to throw the manifestoes of rival parties into turmoil and pull the wool over the eyes of the British voter. A note left to the incoming Chief Secretary of the Treasury David Laws simpy said, ‘Sorry, I’m afraid there’s no money’. And it seems they are suffering from similar political obfuscation in Malta, where questions relating to gambling industry figures are going unanswered. The question is: Is Malta destined to become the new Greece? The second question is: It surely can’t be worse than the version with Michelle Pfeiffer and Maxwell Caulfield, can it? Read more.