25 April 2017
In another Brexit opportunity, people are realising that Britain could finally ban or restrict the export of live animals for slaughter after we leave the EU.
29 March 2017
On 23 June 2016 we declared our intention to Leave. Now Article 50 has been invoked and the clock is ticking.
21 March 2017
With control of our fisheries an acid test of Brexit, workers within the industry have launched a petition calling for control over British fishing waters.
19 March 2017
A Westminster meeting showed that throwing off the shackles of the EU has created an exhilarating climate in which all kinds of people are re-imagining an industrial Britain.
17 March 2017
Those who still resist Britain’s departure from the EU are deliberately misrepresenting the decision by car maker Groupe PSA to take over the General Motors Vauxhall and Opel car plants at Luton and Ellesmere Port.
The Scottish and Welsh regional administrations are urging the government to stay in the single market – predictably, since it effectively means staying in the EU and under the authority of its Court of Justice. But they are also calling for Britain to stay in the Customs Union.
6 February 2017
Fishing communities around Britain are looking for guarantees that their industry will not lose out again after Brexit.
26 January 2017
In a significant judgement, the Supreme Court has rejected the claim by the devolved governments that their “legislative consent” was needed before triggering Article 50.
25 January 2017
The government launched consultation over its industrial strategy on Monday 23 January. HS2 will be a real test of its intentions.
24 January 2017
After the Supreme Court ruling, parliament has just one immediate duty: to pass a law triggering Article 50 as soon as possible.
3 January 2017
Rail unions and passenger groups are kicking off the new year with two days of protests against high fares.
30 December 2016
The Royal College of Surgeons has called on the government to use Brexit to strengthen language testing for overseas doctors and increase the time allocated to medical training.
CPBML Public Meeting, Thursday 2 February, 7.30pm
Brockway Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL
Hard hit by the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy, British agriculture now has a chance with Brexit to be what it should be: a plentiful source of healthy food – and of better employment too. Come and discuss. All welcome.
14 December 2016
With the enemies of Brexit lining up to lodge court cases to thwart the people’s decision in the referendum, the CPBML has produced a new leaflet calling for Article 50 to be invoked.