On the first day of CNY Lee Hsien Loong was up early and distributing mandarins and red packets to the Changi Airport workers unfortunate enough to be working on a […]
Does PM Lee’s convincing win in AMK make it impossible for him to claim damages from Roy Ngerng, Reform Party candidate?
Before GE 2015 I was saying with regard to Mr Lee’s defamation case against blogger Roy Ngerng (the PM took Roy to Court in his personal capacity as Mr Lee) […]
At the NUSS dialogue on Tuesday I tried to grill the PAP representative on why there were so many discrepancies in the Government’s accounts. More specifically, I honed in on […]
As Lee Hsien Loong today introduced his new candidates for Ang Mo Kio with the words, “We’re looking for a new team to take Singapore forward”, my first thought was I […]
There was a palpable sense of self-congratulation in Temasek’s announcement of its latest results a few days ago. Taken at face value, Temasek’s latest results for the year to 31 […]
On Sunday Greece’s voters overwhelmingly rejected the latest terms offered to them by their Eurozone creditors for rescheduling their huge debt mountain. With Greece’s debt to GDP ratio at 170% […]
Has Lee Hsien Loong been damaged in his private capacity? More importantly has he damaged Singapore as the PM?
Lee Hsien Loong and his lawyers were in court today at the beginning of the hearing to determine what damages Roy Ngerng had to pay him (see the report from […]
Many Singaporeans, particularly Singtel customers, at the pay raise given to Ms Chua Sock Koong, the CEO. Today Online, owned by fellow Temasek subsidiary, Mediacorp, reported that according to the […]
18A Smith Street Singapore 058932 14 May 2015 Tharman Shanmuguratnam Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Finance Ministry of Finance 100 High Street #10-01 The Treasury Singapore 179434 Dear Minister, […]