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Royal Mail snubs EU withdrawal

21 January 2018

The Royal Mail has announced that it will not be issuing special stamps to commemorate leaving the European Union, claimingit would damage its “strict political neutrality”.

Boom in factory output

11 January 2018

Manufacturing is growing more quickly than at any time in the past seven years, official figures suggest.

Brexit: how the Nobodies beat the Somebodies

11 December 2017

This slim but jewel-packed volume that sets out to explain how Britain voted to leave the EU – as seen by a relatively isolated campaigner in one of Britain’s most Remain-friendly cities, Brighton.

EU army defeat

11 December 2017

On 13 November the government dramatically drew back from EU military integration schemes. It now refuses to absorb Britain’s armed forces into a Euro army and in doing has shown it respects our decision.

Safer out than in?

23 November 2017

Veterans for Britain has produced an extremely useful free pamphlet showing that leaving the EU will have little if any impact on Britain's national security or counter-terrorism capabilities.

Brexit planning gathers pace

2 November 2017

The government is recruiting 8,000 officials to deliver on Brexit, deal or no deal, with new posts in Whitehall departments and border check points.

Manufacturing future for Northern Powerhouse

26 September 2017

The vote to leave the EU induced a frenzy of pessimistic forecasts about the future for production in Britain. Such negativity seems to be confounded by what’s happening on the ground, as shown by recent news from Yorkshire.

Union City Glasgow

24 September 2017

Winning the 2014 Scottish referendum to keep Britain united set the scene for Brexit. Union City Glasgow was launched last weekend as a campaign to celebrate that anniversary.

Brexit Vote - no treachery required

12 September 2017

On 11 September Parliament voted for the EU Withdrawal Bill, which will end the supremacy of EU law in the UK. That's another important milestone, but the British people need to keep politicians' feet to the Brexit fire.

RMT challenges TUC General Secretary on the EU

12 September 2017

The RMT union continues to challenge the TUC’s favourable and unrealistic view of the EU. The TUC believes that the single market is good for British workers and that the UK can remain in it after Brexit. Neither is true.

Let's Brexit together

4 September 2017

No politician can guarantee Brexit. Only the vigilance of the people can guarantee a democratic decision is pursued to its conclusion. 

Brexit: re-start the campaigns

25 August 2017

Sections of the establishment are regrouping to prevent a clean departure from the EU. Once again working people will have to put real pressure on the political class of Britain.

Nurses: time to take charge

6 August 2017

There is certainly a nurse staff crisis in the NHS but it is not Brexit-induced – says one of the staffing agencies which are making a tidy fortune from the crisis.

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