Gvasalia attained further notoriety with his US$2,000 'Ikea' bag, a luxury leather version of the 99 cents originals for Balenciaga.
Sabah PPBM coordinator says he does not know the group of ‘supposed Sabah PPBM protem divisional chiefs’ which said yesterday that it is quitting PPBM.
O’Neill resisted calls to resign for weeks after many defections from the ruling party.
Anwar says the most important thing at the moment is resuscitating the economy.
Aminuddin Harun says he has raised the matter twice at the Seremban International Golf Club meetings.
Cooperation and fraternity in Barisan Nasional supercede statements by a few leaders, says its deputy chairman, Mohamad Hasan.
The resignations put Theresa May in an even weaker position in parliament, where her Brexit deal was crushed by lawmakers last month.
Her decision comes days after MPs and local officials from Mosul made accusations online that her brother was an IS member.
The Pasir Salak MP says the party needs money to function as an effective opposition.
A source says the group is ‘fed up’ with Umno's internal problems and will pledge support for Langkawi MP Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
The state's Wanita and Puteri chiefs have urged members to remain calm as discussions are being held on the matter.
Former minister says Umno leadership has failed to read political situation in Sabah post-GE14.
Sabah Umno Youth chief Abdul Aziz Julkarnain says all 25 divisions remain strong and even if some leaders were to leave, there are others ready to step up.
The former Rio Tinto mining executive was only voted in for a new three-year term last week, days before a scathing independent review sparked by the cheating row slammed the governing body.
The Kuantan MP's decision comes hours after she said she would rather step aside than be 'used by Lynas to criticise the review'.
This follows his appointment as press secretary to Education Minister Maszlee Malik.
Bukit Gantang MP Syed Abu Hussin Hafiz Syed Abdul Fasal, who is now an independent, says he has not received the writ of summons from his former party.
The former Negeri Sembilan menteri besar says he left the party so he can contest in the Port Dickson by-election.
Syed Ali Alhabshee is the third Umno leader to leave the party in the last week.
Rais Yatim says the trend of appointing those with political backgrounds is not in line with Pakatan Harapan's principles.
Elected representatives switching parties after they have been elected under a particular party alignment undermines multi-party democracy.
The former Umno vice-president says he met Dr Mahathir Mohamad to find out the prime minister’s plans for the people and nation.
The two Umno leaders are determined to be part of a credible opposition and be part of reforms party is undertaking.
Kimanis MP says with BN no longer in power, its struggle will not be realised.