How Many More Years Will Go by Before We Learn How Much the Lees Have Paid Themselves While in Public Office?
I am pleased to see that Workers Party MP Png Eng Huat finally plucked up the courage and asked a question in Parliament about the remuneration of the top 3 […]
29 November 2018 Ms Elizabeth Denham Information Commissioner Information Commissioner’s Office Wycliffe House Water Lane Wilmslow Cheshire SK9 5AF Dear Ms Denham I am writing to you as a Singaporean […]
Following on from the ‘fake’ hearings in Singapore chaired by Minister for Law Shanmugam, in the last week three of our MPs have sallied forth to London (no doubt flying […]
The civil suit against the Workers Party MPs, Low Thia Kiang, Sylvia Lim and Pritam Singh and the shareholders of FMSS will wrap up in January and February next year […]
A few days ago I and Reform Party CEC members Mahaboob Batscha and Noraini Yunus returned from a trip to Armenia where we were the guests of the PAP, only […]
On Friday Sylvia Lim raised the issue of whether the Government had raised test balloons before the Budget to see whether it could get away with raising GST now but […]
Today Daniel Goh announced that he would not be contesting the SG role leaving the field clear for Pritam Singh to be elected to lead the Workers Party. State media […]
Yesterday the State Times published an Insight article on the Workers Party 60th Anniversary. A misnomer, since the article was remarkable for its lack of insight or rather for its […]
Workers Party Clearly Have No Shame Otherwise Why Do They Continue to Cynically Use JBJ’s Name Despite Abandoning Him So Callously?
I came across this post on the Workers Party Facebook page by Lee Li Lian. According to her post, during a recent walkabout a resident of Punggol East shared with […]