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Walk away

11 June 2018

The tangled Brexit negotiations are designed to trap us in the EU net. But there is a solution: the government must walk away from the table.

EU flounders over R&D and Brexit

9 June 2018

In research and development (as in so many other things) the European Union desperately needs to cooperate with Britain. It’s time we realised its weakness.

Fears hyped over US steel tariffs

8 June 2018

Remain-backing MP Stephen Kinnock is trying to use new US steel tarrifs to damage Brexit – but the real danger to Britain’s steel comes from Brussels.

Brexit: Stop the Sabotage!

Wednesday 11 July 2018 19:30
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CPBML Public Meeting, Wednesday 11 July, 7.30 pm [NB: change of time]

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

Brexit is in danger. Across the establishment, in the Commons and the Lords, those who wish to defy the democratic mandate of the EU referendum are turning from obstruction to sabotage. They will do anything to keep Britain in the EU. And they must be stopped. Come and discuss. All welcome.

Boats 'transition' protest

Fishermen brought about 200 fishing vessels to six ports around the coast on Sunday 8 April to stage mass demonstrations against the government’s “transition” arrangements allowing the EU to control British waters until 2020.

Fishing vessels in mass 'transition' protest

10 April 2018

Fishermen brought about 200 boats to six ports around the Britain on Sunday in mass demonstrations against the “transition” arrangements allowing the EU to control British waters until 2020. Crowds gathered on the shores to join the protest.

Populism and EU reaction

2 April 2018

This book argues that despite the supposed threat to democracy from populist movements, the anti-populist reaction is worse; a reactionary viewpoint characterising populist movements as xenophobic, anti-democratic and totalitarian.

Call this a transition?

28 March 2018

The much-heralded Brexit “transition” agreement has delayed our departure from the European Union – and left us in the position of a vassal state.

Aerospace demands plans for Brexit 

20 March 2018

A year after aerospace companies called for a post-Brexit transition deal as soon as possible to protect jobs in the sector there seems to be an uneasy lack of detail from the government.

Customs: something to declare

18 February 2018

Suddenly, it seems, the talk is all about the EU’s customs union, with “commentators” bewailing the possibility that in leaving the EU Britain will also leave the customs union.

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.

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