Leong Sze Hian hopes this is last time Gov’t sues citizens for defamation

Singapore—Blogger Leong Sze Hian’s crowdfunding success in the defamation suit brought against him by Prime Minister Lee Hisen Loong may be perceived as a way to push back against lawsuits from the Government, according...

Jamus Lim explains why he takes on ideas and positions that may seem controversial...

Singapore -- “if there are social inequities, we should strive to correct these so that we bring the most benefit to the least advantaged, since we are only as strong as our weakest member,”...

Leong Sze Hian raises full S$133,000 he has to pay PM Lee from 2,000...

Singapore — Blogger Leong Sze Hian has managed to raise the S$133,000 he needed to pay damages to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in just 11 days. He has received donations from more than...

PSP on their new CEC: We want the party to move forward

Singapore — The Progress Singapore Party (PSP) has shared about their new Central Executive Committee (CEC) on Saturday (Apr 4). The party has reorganised the committee, with a total of 14 members. Dr Tan Cheng...

Francis Yuen takes over from Tan Cheng Bock as PSP party chief, CEC also...

Singapore -- Former Republic of Singapore Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Francis Yuen has been appointed the new secretary-general of the Progress Singapore Party (PSP), taking over from party founder Dr Tan Cheng Bock. Mr Yuen...

Chee Soon Juan calls ministers’ communications on tudung issue ‘bizarre’

Singapore—Dr Chee Soon Juan, opposition politician and secretary-general of the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP), found the different ministers' statements on the tudung issue  “bizarre”. During a Budget debate speech on Feb 24, Workers’ Party MP...

1000+ people, including Chiam See Tong & Lina Chiam, donate to Leong Sze Hian...

Singapore—More than 1,000 people, including former opposition leader Chiam See Tong and his wife Lina Chiam, have donated money to blogger and financial advisor Leong Sze Hian, who has to pay damages to Prime...

WP’s Lim Ee Ping shares what politics was like in 1959

Singapore — Mr Lim Ee Ping, who joined the Workers' Party in 1959, recalls a time when there were only five members in the party. We dropped by to visit Uncle Ee Ping, to pass...

SDP says they “want to know the residents better”

Singapore — The Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) shared that they want to "get to know residents better" after residents asked why they still walk about the neighbourhood after elections. "I thought elections ended long ago?" "What...

Lim Tean rejects term ‘foreign talent’, urges public to say ‘foreigners working in Singapore’...

Singapore—Lawyer and opposition leader Lim Tean said in a Facebook post on Monday (Mar 29) that he will no longer be using the phrase “foreign talent” for workers from overseas who are employed in...
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