Lee Hsien Loon
Mr Koe said there would be strong negative repercussions for Singapore. “One very tangible consequence was Warwick University in the UK [which] was recently granted a licence to set up a campus in Singapore but the faculty and students voted not to,” Mr Koe said. “One of the reasons cited was Singapore’s stance against the gay community. They felt there was no freedom of speech.
“The Prime Minister said it was not homophobia, but they had to be sensitive to people who find gay people offensive.”