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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 16 JULY 2023 • ISSUE 1237 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY GasanZammit Motors Ltd., Triq il-Merghat, Zone 1, Central Business District, Birkirkara CBD 1020 Tel: 27788225 email: | The Volvo XC60 Psychedelic drugs could become 'the new cannabis' PAGES 2 - 3 Therapists refute claims of harmful impact on children PAGES 10 - 11 Bullying in schools is down and students feel safer, study shows PAGES 12 - 13 Legalise it? Pride dance Schools Jean Paul Sofia maltatoday Labour MPs face angry backlash after snubbing grieving parents Too many offices Smart City ditches office space for student campuses New masterplan eliminates villas on 38,000sq.m of fields near St Peter's battery which will be retained as a green open space An Opposition motion calling for a public inquiry into the death of 20-year-old Jean Paul Sofia was rejected after government voted against and now, the 40 Labour MPs are facing backlash from constituents and grassroots supporters PAGE 4 KURT SANSONE LABOUR MPs are facing an angry backlash after op- posing a public inquiry into Jean Paul Sofia's death, rep- resenting a turning point for the Abela administration. The backlash is not con- fined to middle of the road voters with MPs coming un- der fire even from grassroots supporters. A handful of MPs who spoke to MaltaToday on condition of anonymity to be able to speak freely, reported receiving angry emails and messages from constituents following Wednesday's parliamentary vote. JEROME CARUANA CILIA argues that Robert Abela is creating a climate of fear INTERVIEW MT2 PAGE 6 The moment Jean Paul Sofia's parents confronted government MPs in parliament €1.95

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