Lau’s resignation comes less than a month after maverick lawmaker Wong Yuk-man announced his high-profile resignation from the party, which he co-founded in 2011.Thursday, 20 June, 2013, 10:13am
We expect Wong Yuk-man would go after us during the campaign on politics too. But our edge is on the livelihood issues
Association for Democracy and People's Livelihood vice-chairman Tam Kwok-kiu, on possible attacks by the People Power lawmaker
My birthday could be the last one I celebrate as president, but that's not up to me - it's up to you15 Aug 2012 - 11:03pm
Two potential candidates made surprise decisions not to stand in September's Legislative Council election just before the nomination period closed yesterday.15 Aug 2012 - 10:46pm
A former People Power activist is threatening to split the group's support by running against ex-ally and radical stalwart Wong Yuk-man in September's election.28 Jul 2012 - 12:00am
The new administration has all but admitted that its embattled plan for government restructuring will not be passed in the current legislature.
Widely criticised and subject to a lawmakers' filibuster, the scheme was pushed to the bottom of the lawmakers' agenda yesterday. Legislators across the political spectrum welcomed the government's move.10 Jul 2012 - 12:00am
Pan-democrats and the July 1 rally organiser were big winners in fund-raising efforts during the largest handover-anniversary march in years, offering an early glimpse of public sentiment ahead of Legislative Council elections.
Political groups collected at least HK$2 million in total during Sunday's rally - almost double last year's HK$1.2 million - initial tallies show.4 Jul 2012 - 12:00am
People Power activist Wong Yeung-tat was greeted by dozens of supporters on his release from prison yesterday, after serving a three-week sentence for disrupting a public consultation forum last year.
Speaking outside the Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre, Wong said: 'Serving my term did not mean I admitted being guilty. I am still appealing against the conviction.'27 May 2012 - 12:00am
Long respected by lawmakers across the political spectrum, Tsang Yok-sing finds himself in an unlikely position - attacked by friend and foe alike for his handling of last week's legislative filibuster.22 May 2012 - 12:00am
It was probably the toughest birthday that Tsang Yok-sing has ever spent.
The Legislative Council president, who turned 65 yesterday, made an unprecedented decision to kill a filibuster after an all-night debate in the Legco chamber.18 May 2012 - 12:00am
Speaking extraordinarily slowly, and quoting the Bible and ancient Chinese history classics, were among the tactics radical pan-democratic lawmakers used in their filibuster yesterday to force the withdrawal of a bill to restrict by-elections.11 May 2012 - 12:00am