Oxley Road dispute: How it unfolded

A family feud between the children of the late founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew spilled over into the public sphere on June 14 when Dr Lee Wei Ling and her brother Hsien Yang issued a statement saying they had lost confidence in their brother, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. At the centre of the dispute is their father's house at 38, Oxley Road. The two siblings alleged that PM Lee wanted the house preserved against their father's wishes, for his political gain. But PM Lee has refuted their accusations and raised misgivings over the preparation of their late father's will.

Here's a timeline of the tussle.

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