This week we wave goodbye to Section 377A, while taking note of the issues thrown up in the parliamentary debate over its repeal.
This week: Yeoh Lam Keong gets another POFMA order, and Temasek Holdings writes down its investment in failed cryptocurrency exchange FTX.
In which I announce that I've taken steps to take the AGC to court.
This week: Some OTT rhetoric at the PAP party conference, a new bill on late-stage capital cases, and DISCOUNTS.
This week: Richard Branson refuses to take the bait and debate Shanmugam, national swimmers get slapped with fines for smoking weed abroad, and the risks of delivery riders working long hours to earn more.
It's been a long time since I've written an update on how my book project is going!
This week, we have a bit of a fuss over a challenge to a duel (sorry, I meant debate), and talk about what Rishi Sunak's rise to power means for Singapore's "not ready for non-Chinese PM" narrative.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has challenged Sir Richard Branson to debate K Shanmugam on the death penalty for drugs on live TV. But why go to such lengths when they could simply heed the voices of Singaporeans?
Lots this week, from proposed constitutional amendments to my own bizarre experience with the police.
In which the police want to talk to me about a Facebook post, but won't tell me if there's an offence they're investigating, or even an investigation at all.