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    World Cup prices – strategise with public interest in mind: Pritam Singh

World Cup prices – strategise with public interest in mind: Pritam Singh

The following are excerpts from the blog Singapore2025, which is the personal website of the Workers’ Party Member of Parliament, Pritam Singh. Here, he shares his views on the controversy

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    “Why I’m campaigning for STOMP to be closed down”

“Why I’m campaigning for STOMP to be closed down”

This interview with Robin Li first appeared on Mumbrella. We thank the editor for allowing us republish it here. —– On 7 April, Robin Li started a campaign on Change.org that called on Stomp,

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    Al Jazeera discusses STOMP controversy; MDA & MCI decline invite

Al Jazeera discusses STOMP controversy; MDA & MCI decline invite

  From Al Jazeera website: Is Singapore’s internet shaming the social media version of public caning? People are snapping photos of what they see as bad behaviour and uploading those

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S$4.4m for Singapore Day in London

  S$4.4m for Singapore Day in London

  Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean told Parliament on Monday that S$4.4m was “committed” for the Singapore Day event

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Former monk pleads with Pope Francis on behalf of LGBT youths

  Former monk pleads with Pope Francis on behalf of LGBT youths

The following is a heartfelt letter to Pope Francis. It is written by Carl Siciliano, a former Benedictine monk, and

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Man dies from injuries from self-immolation at Johor Baru

  Man dies from injuries from self-immolation at Johor Baru

Image credit: China Press Liu Shun Qiang, the 42-year-old Singaporean who set himself on fire on Saturday has succumbed to

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PAP considering coalition gov’t? Far from it!

  PAP considering coalition gov’t? Far from it!

On 11 April, the Financial Times (FT) published a report of an interview it had with Prime Minister Lee Hsien

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Not quite the point, prime minister

  Not quite the point, prime minister

By Andrew Loh “I have given up that. I do not take them seriously. They put us somewhere around Zimbabwe.

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PAP MP’s views on M’sia do not represent Govt’s: Snr Parl Sec

  PAP MP’s views on M’sia do not represent Govt’s: Snr Parl Sec

  People’s Action Party (PAP) Member of Parliament (MP) Lim Wee Kiak has retracted his criticisms of Malaysia for its

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