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Brexit, the internal market, and the law

18 September 2020

The manufactured outrage over the government’s Internal Market Bill cannot hide the fact that at stake is not the rule of law itself but whether EU law should override British independence.

No to the transition trap!

5 June 2020

“The British people have spoken, and the answer is, we’re out,” said the BBC  four years ago after a long night of magnificent referendum results. Yet we’re not out, not really.

EU hopes for coronavirus extension

12 May 2020

The EU hopes the coronavirus emergency will keep Britain in its orbit. The impact of Covid-19 makes it more important there is no extension to the transition period.

Chaos and cost ahead as EU looks for more money

11 May 2020

Coronavirus is tearing the EU apart. The European Commission has a plan to grab money from members, and which threatens Britain with unknown extra costs if the Brexit transition is extended.

Not another day under the EU thumb

16 April 2020

The government must not surrender to the siren song that Covid-19 has made Brexit impossible. On the contrary, the epidemic has made leaving the EU even more urgent.

Brexit means Brussels, says EU

27 March 2020

Nearly four years after the Brexit referendum, the EU is still clinging to the hope that it can keep control of Britain away from the British people, according to a leaked document.

Outrage as Metro trains outsourced to Switzerland

1 February 2020

Manufacturing union Unite has slammed the government over its commitment to British train manufacturing after a £337 milion contract for new Tyne & Wear metro trains was been awarded to a Swiss company.

If a job's worth doing, it's worth doing well

1 February 2020

Leaving the EU is some job, and like any job, if it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well. And we intend to do it wholeheartedly. Celebrate, be optimistic – but stay vigilant and be ready for the hard work to come.

How to deal with the EU over fishing

23 January 2020

Fishing for Leave has set out the perfect strategy for dealing with the EU’s “self-entitled and belligerent demand to continue its fleet’s unhindered exploitation of British waters”.

Brexit: from ideas to action - Manchester

Thursday 13 February 2020 19:30 to 21:30

Manchester, Thursday 13 February, 7.30 pm

A special discussion event, Upstairs meeting room, The Britons Protection, 50 Great Bridgewater Street M1 4GX

We cannot rely on politicians to keep Brexit on track. Coming 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.

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

Tuesday 3 March 2020 19:30 to 21:00

London, Tuesday 3 March 2020, 7.30 pm

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.

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. 

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