23 August 2016
London's Mayor Sadiq Khan has reacted to reports of a rise in cases of abuse in the aftermath of the EU referendum result – with an extension of state snooping.
5 August 2016
Londoners are falling ill and dying because the capital has levels of nitrogen oxides comparable to those of Shanghai and Beijing, according to a new report published in July.
14 July 2016
More than 200 Unite and RMT workers in the Wood Group working on Shell’s North Sea platforms have voted in favour of strike action over pay.
11 July 2016
The NHS’s Primary Care Support Services were privatised in April, transferred to multinational profit-sucker Capita, along with over a thousand workers – and things have not gone well.
11 July 2016
If any British workers doubted that the EU and NATO are two sides of the same coin, the EU–NATO leaders’ declaration of 9 July 2016 to deploy more troops and weapons on Russia’s borders should remove them.
3 July 2016
The Brexit decision has thrown government plans for electricity generation into further turmoil, with renewed concerns over the future of the proposed nuclear power station at Hinkley Point.
1 July 2016
Voting ends today (1 July) in the "Members Referendum" of junior doctors on whether to accept the terms negotiated by their union, the British Medical Association, to settle their long-running dispute with the government over seven-day working.
30 June 2016
After two months of falls in France’s jobless totals, the number out of work rose again. Meanwhile, the government is imposing drastic changes in labour legislation to meet EU fiscal targets.
29 June 2016
Recent proposals for the borough’s healthcare include putting all health-related community services out to tender and axing student nurses from primary and secondary schools. Resistance may be on the cards
29 June 2016
Conveniently forgetting that over a million people in Scotland voted to quit the EU, SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon now is now threatening to veto our leaving. She must know she can’t.
26 June 2016
The recent sale of the Barclays “secret” gold and precious metals vault, allegedly somewhere inside the M25, to the Chinese bank ICBC highlights the murky role of British banking interests.
23 June 2016
With protests continuing, CPBML News has been speaking to a black cab driver about the controversial app-based transportation network.
22 June 2016
Germany’s top judges have retreated on a crucial issue. Unable to assert their judicial supremacy, they are bowing to the EU.
20 June 2016
Anyone relying on European Union funding from the Horizon 2020 programme should take note: when the Commission decides it, billions of euros can be siphoned off and used for its pet projects.
19 June 2016
Reports from Germany suggest that the European Commission is trying to find a way to block any national veto by the UK or any other member state of its free trade agreements.
17 June 2016
The European Commission has said that Ireland may face daily disciplinary fines if the Irish government continues to suspend water charges.
16 June 2016
African trade unionists are calling on their countries to reject the European Commission’s latest attempt to impose a free trade deals on the continent.
15 June 2016
Tower Bridge opened up this morning for over 50 vessels from the fishing industry as they sailed the Thames to Parliament to voice their demand to leave the European Union.
14 June 2016
The former trade union official who led a key strike at Newcastle’s Royal Victoria Infirmary in the 1980s has contacted CPBML News calling on the staff and the public to vote to Leave – to save the NHS.
14 June 2016
While US and EU leaders call for accelerated talks on TTIP, some Green politicians are seeking to deny that a Leave vote is the surest way to defeat the planned treaty.
13 June 2016
A new book from a Brussels insider acknowledges the lack of democracy in the EU – but calls for even greater centralised powers.