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S'POREAN FT IN UK LIVED WITH HUSBAND FOR 27 YEARS DEPORTED BACK TO SG

A Singaporean woman, Irene Clennel, who lived without valid immigration papers with her Scottish husband for 27 years in the UK, has been deported back to Singapore by the UK authorities. Irene had been held in a Scottish detention center since the start of February before being sent back to Singapore on Saturday. She was put into a van and forced into a plane bound for her home country. She did not have access to her lawyers or have the chance to pack any clothes.

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27 YEAR-OLD BRITISH NATIONAL WHO JUMPED INTO F1 TRACK CHARGED

News reports have finally revealed the nationality of the 27 year-old man, who was arrested during the F1 event on Sunday when he crossed into the F1 night race track, prompting panicked responses from F1 officials. The British national, who was captured on camera as he walked along the track while the race was ongoing, was arrested for committing a "rash act" and was charged in court this morning.

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NEW BRITISH SEX-EDUCATION PROGRAM SAYS IT IS OK FOR CHILDREN TO HAVE SEX

A new sex education program says that consensual sex between 13-year-olds should be seen as normal, and describes masturbation and attempting to touch other children's genitals is "a safe and healthy sexual development" for children as young as five. In the newborn-to five-year-old age group the "traffic light tool" gives a green light to "playing with own genitals," "attempting to touch…other children's genitals," and "attempting to touch…breasts, bottoms or genitals of adults."

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EX-SPY CHIEF: ONG TENG CHEONG IS THE PEOPLE'S PRESIDENT, NOT DR TONY TAN

Why the British Government chooses at this time to accord a State Visit to a Singapore minority President is unfathomable. Our late President Ong Teng Cheong could have done Singapore proud if the British Government had the good sense and judgement to have invited him then. He was a properly elected President with a convincing majority and was popularly acknowledged as the People's President.

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British appeals court frees S'pore father jailed for contempt

A BRITISH appeals court has freed a Singaporean dad jailed for contempt after finding the judge involved should have recused herself from dealing with the case. The court held that the judge had been so "steeped" in the child wardship case, which led to the contempt hearing, that it would have been a "better course" and "a safer one" for another judge to hear the case.

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