Our reader wonder if Workers' Party will have the chance to speak on the Elected Presidency in Parliament. He asked if it's possible for all 6 WP MPs to file similar adjournment motions and at the last minute so they stand a better chance.
Some say the US Immigration Board of Appeal has granted asylum to Amos Yee. He was earlier granted asylum in March but the decision was subsequently appealed against by the US immigration. Good for him?
A netizen asked for taxi and private hire drivers to take note of an unnamed hotel which refused to pay up after booking 96 taxi rides for its staff. The total bill surpasses $4000. Its HR even had the cheek to say it does not want to deal with drivers.
Jose Raymond, Vice-President of Singapore Swimming, refuted claims by Min Grace Fu that Team Singapore athletes are well-funded. He listed many examples of athletes who faced problems getting funding and suggested a review.
Dr Tan Cheng Bock does not have to pay his $30,000 legal fees as it is considered to be a case of public interest. Nevertheless, many questions on the EP remain unanswered. Should we exercise our rights to seek those answers?
Surprise, the Workers' Party has failed in its 2nd bid to talk about the Elected Presidency in Parliament. Dr Intan Azura's topic on preserving green space was chosen instead. Do you think WP will still get a chance to speak at the next Parliamentary sitting?
A Myanmese worker was denied compensation by his employer despite having a serious workplace injury. He was deceived into thinking that his treatment would be paid for and HOME is currently helping him to file complaints.
Former secretary-general of the National Solidarity Party (NSP) Lim Tean has posted on Facebook in response to remarks by Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam's on the campaign victory of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.