Did Shanmugam Breach the Constitution When He Discussed the High Court Judgement in the Parti Liyani Case?
Article 99 of the Singapore Constitution states: The conduct of a Judge of the Supreme Court or a Judicial Commissioner, a Senior Judge or an International Judge of the Supreme […]
This week there has been a lot of debate about the advisability of implementing a minimum wage in Singapore. Manpower Minister Josephine Teo kicked off with the jargon-filled nonsense that […]
The main reason I chose to study Economics was that it truly is the Queen of all Sciences. Economics provided the blinding insight that competition leads to the survival of […]
Let me declare straight away that I am not here to excuse Sylvia, Pritam and Low’s actions. They have done a grave disservice to the cause of the Opposition in […]
The UK Supreme Court has ruled unanimously today that the UK PM Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament in an effort to prevent it from delaying or revoking Brexit was unlawful […]
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 […]