The Taxi Drivers Transformation Association (Pers1m) is upset the 2020 Budget has no special allocations for them
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says Johnson's language 'indistinguishable from (that of) the far right'.
The private secretary to Tebrau MP Steven Choong faces 7 counts of cheating involving RM39,450.
Businesswoman Jessy Lai also claims in lawsuit that Kepong MP Lim Lip Eng’s statements had applied pressure on the authorities to act against her.
The woman, who claims to be a former research officer and branch treasurer, says this has been going on for five months since December last year
Kepong MP Lim Lip Eng also suggests that Putrajaya work with FBI and Interpol to stop white supremacists from entering Malaysia.
Yamani Hafez Musa has yet to take his oath of office since the May 9 polls and had been warned by the Dewan Rakyat speaker to do so or be disqualified as MP.
Dewan Rakyat Speaker Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof says the Sipitang MP must be sworn in by mid-January.
Liew Vui Keong says this is stipulated in both the Federal Constitution and state constitutions.
Rembau MP Khairy Jamaluddin says if the government is serious about curbing corruption, it needs an opposition which can carry out checks and balances.
Khairul Azam Abdul Aziz says the anti-graft agency must investigate a property tycoon's 'confession' that he had given millions of ringgit to Pakatan Harapan leaders.
Subang MP Wong Chen expresses concern over “expansionary” budget but says it could be that the government is thinking out of the box.
The home minister says he has received a report from the Inspector-General of Police.
Police give chronology of teen’s complaint against MP and the subsequent withdrawal of the report.
The politician also denies paying off the family to retract the report.
Sipitang MP Yamani Hafez Musa must take his oath as MP within 6 months of the new Parliament sitting for the first time.
The DAP leader says the education minister should learn quickly that Umno and others will capitalise on such issues to make him look bad, while ignoring his plans for education reform.
There are no legal or constitutional impediments to Anwar Ibrahim contesting in Port Dickson as has been alleged by some.
Jali Gayang said RM500 each was given to village chiefs to compensate their travel expenses and daily spending as they had to travel long distances to meet BN candidates.
There are sound political reasons why – in Anwar Ibrahim’s play – his wife and daughter did not resign their parliamentary seats to make way for him.
Grassroots member welcomes PKR leader to contest in Nibong Tebal, saying it would augur well for Seberang Perai's future growth.
Seah Kian Peng slams Singapore historian and others who suggested Singaporeans should rejoice on Aug 31 and for inviting Dr Mahathir Mohamad to ‘interfere’ in Singapore’s affairs.
M Karupaiya denies speculation he will be vacating his seat for Anwar Ibrahim’s parliamentary comeback.
The DAP MP calls for a moratorium on child marriage applications and the conferring of citizenship on stateless children and children who remain unadopted at foster homes.