Leave! We're backing Brexit

The referendum came – and Britain decided to leave But we haven't left yet. So we shall be maintaining this page until Britain has finally expelled the European Union.

Here you can read news from the CPBML and follow links to other pieces with valuable information. We will also list relevant meetings by any bona fide organisation calling for Britain to leave. Please email us with information about meetings or useful links.

Now finish the job

18 June 2019

The latest attempt by would-be Brexit wreckers was defeated in Parliament last week. But the job is not yet done. They will try again.

We're in good shape for no deal - official

16 June 2019

Britain is in good shape for a no deal Brexit, according to the head of the civil service. He said preparations for leaving the EU without an agreement were now advanced, despite earlier fears.
 

More jobs to be filled from abroad

30 May 2019

The government appears to be ploughing on with plans to denude countries that need their highly skilled workers more than we do rather than train our own here.

Britain voted Brexit - again

27 May 2019

The working class has told the pro-EU ruling class to carry out our 2016 instruction to leave the EU through the vote in the EU elections. It was a failure to have to take part; the Brititsh people will have to take control to enforce the decision.

Seize the mood

6 May 2019

The mood is hardening for a clean Leave and against any dodgy deals cooked up by May or Corbyn that are Brexit in name only. The call for Brexit must become a resounding roar.

What does Britain need for independence?

Wednesday 19 June 2019 19:30 to 21:00
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Wednesday 19 June, 7.30 pm

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

Membership of the EU has deformed the economy. Britain is over-reliant on imports. Investment in education is reduced while skilled workers are poached from other countries. Key industries are in the hands of foreign interests. What will an independent Britain need? ​​​​​​Come and discuss. All welcome. Admission free.

The EU's hand in the privatisation of rail

The fragmentation of Britain’s railways has its roots in an EEC directive (91/440/EEC) handed down in 1991. This directive decreed the separation of infrastructure from train operations, with the express purpose of creating a competitive market. It was the blueprint used by John Major for the Conservative government’s privatisation of Britain’s railways from 1994 to 1996.

EU: MEP elections

Just when you thought the cost of the EU couldn’t get any higher, we’re now going to have to fork out for the cost of an election which has historically seen the lowest turnout of any national poll.

A culture of secrecy

This pamphlet is essential reading as we struggle to free Britain from the grip of the EU. It counters any idea that the EU can be reformed from within and reminds us of one of the factors that brought about the vote to Leave. 

Euro finance shock - more to come

26 March 2019

The EU’s financial weakness from earlier financial crises reappeared at the end of 2018 after the European Central Bank announced that growth would be lower than expected and inflation higher. That was a dress rehearsal for what is to come.

May Day 2019: Out of the EU! For an Independent Britain! London

Wednesday 1 May 2019 19:30

Wednesday 1 May, 7.30 pm

Brockway Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

Parliament has set its face against the people. But up and down the country ordinary people are doing it for themselves and taking a range of actions to demand that our democratic decision is honoured. On International Workers Day, the CPBML invites you to discuss the way forward. The people of Britain must take responsibility for Brexit: we can rely on no one else.