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Manifestoes and the art of misleading

26 November 2019

With the publication of the Labour and Conservative manifestoes, it is at least clear what this grim election is now about: deciding on the least worst option, and wading through the deluge of half-truths. 

How to protect the environment (and why the EU makes things worse)

Tuesday 3 March 2020 19:30 to 21:00
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A CPBML public meeting in the Bertrand Russell Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL.  

We are often told we must stay in the EU “to protect our environmental rights”. And yet we constantly read that the environment has grown worse over the past few decades – when Britain was a member of the EU. Both refrains cannot be right. Come and hear an independent approach to the environment in a lively talk – and then join in the discussion. Free entry.

Brexit: from ideas to action

Tuesday 14 January 2020 19:30 to 21:00
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A special discussion event in the Brockway Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

We cannot rely on politicians to keep Brexit on track. One month after the General Election, this event will be different from the usual CPBML public meetings. It will be designed to maximise discussion and participation from the audience, and come up with ideas for action. Free entry.

We need a clean break, says fishing campaign

19 November 2019

The campaign group Fishing for Leave has issued a new press release about the effect of the proposed “deal” for leaving the EU on UK fishing, and the benefits of a clean break.

March for Democracy

Saturday 19 October 2019 11:30

Manchester 19 October 2019

Assemble 11.30 am, Victoria Street, nr Manchester Cathedral.

#Brexit. Honour Peterloo martyrs’ memory. We demand our democratic vote be respected.

Organised by Leavers of Greater Manchester.

New situation, old truths

30 July 2019

There’s optimism about. But Brexit has never been the property of politicians. Nor can it be left to them to implement while the people gaze on from the sidelines.

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