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Ho Ching has replied to Lee Hsien Yang’s accusations that she stole documents belonging to Lee Kuan Yew. She said that she had found the documents he was referring to while packing LKY’s items. During that time, she said the Lee Hsien Yang and his wife were overseas. Ho’s “tidying up the house in the first 2 weeks of April” tale appears to match what her husband Prime...

Senior Minister of State Indranee Rajah says the government must get involved in the 38 Oxley Road dispute and that it is not a must for the house to be torn down. The MP for Tanjong Pagar GRC and Deputy Speaker of Parliament said this in a post yesterday, titled “4 Things You Should Know about the Oxley Dispute”. She said: “As Singaporeans we are all saddened by the Oxley dispute....

Three women who are foreigners between the age of 37 and 42 have been arrested for providing sexual services. They were found to be in Singapore on social visit passes, but allegedly used them to engage in prostitution-related activities. Police raided a 14th floor flat at Jurong West St 65 on Wednesday (21 Jun) and arrested the women. One of them had apparently just arrived in Singapore and had not...

It looks like even the compulsory affixing of car decal identifying private-hire drivers’ vehicles as plainclothes taxis come 1 Jul has not deterred drivers from taking up the trade despite complaints about the #&$*# LTA rule. Now, taxi drivers should be worrying about their rice bowl as the LTA has received 39,000 applications for the Private Hire Car Driver’s Vocational Licence. 33,000...

Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam has urged Singaporeans to”have confidence, no matter today’s sad dispute”, and to count on the Government to uphold the system of governance build by the late Lee Kuan Yew and his team that respects the rule of law. Meanwhile, a segment of Singaporeans have urged Lee siblings Dr Lee Wei Ling and Lee Hsien Yang to stop “washing their...

The PAP released a video yesterday saying that Lee Kuan Yew’s will has been “selectively quoted” by “others” in the dispute over whether his 38 Oxley Road house should be demolished. This comes about a week before Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is due to speak in parliament and take questions regarding the matter (3 Jul). LKY’s final will included a “demolition...

Lee Hsien Yang has accused his sister-in-law Ho Ching of either stealing documents or abusing her position as the prime minister’s wife to obtain them. Those documents belonged to the late Lee Kuan Yew. Said Lee Hsien Yang in his latest Leekileaks post: “LKY was admitted gravely ill into the ICU on Feb 5, 2015. The next day, Ho Ching helped herself to a number of LKY’s papers. These...

The bitter Lee Family Feud continues. This time, Lee Hsien Yang has put up another Leekileak accusing Big Bro, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, of misleading their father Lee Kuan Yew. Lee Hsien Yang shared an email, supposedly written by Lee Kuan Yew to PM Lee and his wife, Ho Ching, discussing the status of the 38 Oxley Road house. In that email dated 3 Oct 2011, LKY told Ho Ching that “Loong...

RONALD LEE:  Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has ordered that the Party Whip be lifted when parliament convenes on 3 July. That’s when he will be making a Ministerial statement regarding the ongoing Lee Family Feud, and answering questions fielded by parliamentarians. PM Lee’s siblings, Dr Lee Wei Ling and Lee Hsien Yang, have accused PM Lee of going against LKY’s wishes to demolish the Oxley...

THE WORKERS’ PARTY: The Workers’ Party believes the crux of the family issues surrounding 38 Oxley Road is for the family to resolve privately or in Court. We are only concerned with the allegations of abuse of power and the harm these have caused to confidence in Singapore and our political institutions. WP MPs have filed the following parliamentary questions to help clear the air on...

Rasul Dahri has been found to have promoted extremist religious views in 9 of his books. The unregistered religious teacher who is a Singaporean has had those books banned under the Undesirable Publications Act – meaning that it is an offence to distribute or own the books. Those who have copies of Rasul Dahri’s books must hand them over to the police. The Ministry of Communications and Information...

AETOS policeman Muhammad Khairul Mohamed was already radicalised when he joined the auxiliary police service. Still, AETOS recruiters couldn’t detect this and gave him the green light to sign on. The Home Affairs Ministry said that Muhd Khairul was already radicalised back in 2012, and he was making plans to travel to Syria to join the Free Syrian Army (pictured above) to kill Shi’ite Muslims...

Two AETOS policemen have been arrested under the Internal Security Act for terrorism-related offences, with one of them planning to join Syrian rebel forces to fight the Syrian government. The Home Affairs Ministry revealed that the duo, 24-year-old Muhammad Khairul Mohamed and 36-year-old Mohamad Rizal Wahid were caught last month. Muhd Khairul was working as an outrider at the Woodlands checkpoint,...

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has apologised for the harm done to Singapore’s reputation after his bitter family feud went public. PM Lee and his younger siblings Dr Lee Wei Ling and Lee Hsien Yang have been attacking each other on Facebook for the past week, over the legacy of their father Lee Kuan Yew. The feud has started to become a public spectacle which has shocked Singapore. This, especially...