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Our London public meetings at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square  run through the year. Regular attenders will be pleased to know that the room has been moved to the larger Brockway Room.

The Party’s annual London May Day rally is always held on May Day itself, regardless of state bank holidays – in 2019, Wednesday 1 May, in Conway Hall, Holborn. There will also be May Day meetings in Scotland and Yorkshire. Other meetings are held around Britain, and all are advertised in Workers magazine and online. To be sure of staying informed, sign up to our free email newsletter (see the signup box at the foot of this page). 

As well as our regular public meetings we hold informal discussions with interested workers and study sessions for those who want to take the discussion further. If you are interested we want to hear from you. Call us on 020 8801 9543 or email info@cpbml.org.uk

• As well as the Party’s own events, this page occasionally lists others that readers may interested in. To request a listing here, email workers@cpbml.org.uk

See past events

Brexit 2019: Seize control!

Tuesday 5 March 2019 19:30
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CPBML/Workers Public Meeting, Tuesday 5 March, 7.30 pm

The Britons Protection, 50 Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester M1 5LE

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.

For an independent Britain!

Wednesday 20 March 2019 19:00
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Renfield Centre, 260 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4JP

Separatism has failed in Scotland, though that hasn’t stopped the SNP from trying to block the democratic vote for Brexit. Scotland’s future lies in an independent Britain free from the EU not phony freedom under the Brussels thumb. Come and discuss. All welcome. Free entry.

Parliament vs the People

Wednesday 20 March 2019 19:30
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Brockway Room, Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

As 29 March, the date set for leaving the EU, approaches, parliament is on a collision course with democracy. Who rules? The people of Britain or Parliament? Parliament is not sovereign over the people: it’s the other way round. Come and discuss. All welcome. Free entry.

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