For reference, over a year ago your stats were:
"63kg (139lbs) and bodyfat 10%
bench 60kg (132lbs)
ohp 40kg (88lbs)
squat 70kg (154lbs)
dead 100kg (220lbs)"
So that's basically zero bodyweight gain, 10kg on bench, 27kg on squat, and 12kg on deads. In 13 months time.
A) That means your eating is terrible and inconsistent. Not enough quality protein, carbs, fat, or calories. B) while your squat did jump up a bit, the rest of your lifts dribbled along at a super-slow rate.
I never heard of HCT-12 (just Googled it, but never heard of it before). I suggest you do the 5/3/1 Boring But Big challenge. You said you were going to do it last year, but I don't know what happened. All I know is that you got a little bit stronger while weighing the same now as you did a very long time ago. That's entirely due to a very poor nutrition plan and a kinda-poor training plan.
Read this article where Wendler lays everything out:
Follow it exactly as it says. Don't modify it, don't try to improve it, just do it from start to finish. 4 workouts a week for 12 weeks in a row. Weigh yourself once or twice a week. If that number isn't going up each time, improve your diet (with more calories).
Eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner every single day, plus a protein-carb shake when you lift, plus between-meal snacks if you feel like it (but do not get "too full" to have your main meals). Focus on animal protein in each meal but don't try to cut back on carbs, healthy fats, or calories. Use this, plus the nutrition discussed in the 5/3/1 article, as a guide to setup your eating: