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Revealed: the inside plot against Brexit

18 January 2019

Shortly after the overwhelming defeat of the government's proposed deal with the European Union on the evening of 14 January, three senior ministers held a conference call with ten representatives of big business…

A coup against democracy

13 January 2019

As the delayed vote on Theresa May’s “withdrawal” agreement approaches, it has become increasingly obvious that parliament is planning a coup. 

Car jobs on the line

13 January 2019

The loss of jobs in the car industry is blamed on Brexit; that’s not the case. To think that the EU or May’s deal is any answer will disarm the fight to maintain and build the industry.

Straight talk on trade

20 December 2018

This well-argued book from Professor Dani Rodrik examines the effects of globalisation and criticises the economic justfication for it.

Active policy for Britain

20 December 2018

In this book Professor Philip Whyman makes the case for rebuilding Britain as an advanced industrial economy by rejecting options that tie the government to EU control.

Message to May: just go

11 December 2018

If May is allowed to remain in office, there will be no Brexit – just interminable pretend negotiations. She has to go.

Horticulture plans for the future

6 December 2018

The horticultural industry is becoming clear about what is needed to secure the sector’s future post-Brexit. Growing more in Britain would offer economic gains and increase biosecurity according to a recent report.

Brexit 2019: Seize control!

Tuesday 12 February 2019 19:30

CPBML/Workers Public Meeting, Tuesday 12 February, 7.30 pm

Bertrand Russell Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

We voted to take control, to take responsibility. Now we must make our demand loud and clear again, force them to carry out what they undertook to do – and make it clear that whatever happens we will not give up.

Who stole our Brexit?

26 November 2018

The title of a meeting organised by Halifax trades council tapped into the public shock at the betrayal being enacted before our eyes.

What next after the Brexit betrayal?

15 November 2018

This is a betrayal unprecedented in British history. Parliament must vote to reject it. And this traitor Cabinet must be replaced by one willing to obey the people’s instruction to leave the EU.

Labour's Brexit betrayal

2 October 2018

Labour has aligned itself with those in Westminster who want to betray Britain, betray the trust that people put in the referendum process, and betray democracy itself. 

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