1 September 2019
A pro-Brexit RMT activist has been “no-platformed” by two prominent journalists, who are among the darlings of so-called "left" EU supporters.
30 July 2019
There’s optimism about. But Brexit has never been the property of politicians. Nor can it be left to them to implement while the people gaze on from the sidelines.
21 July 2019
Since December 2018 a group of Brexiteers have stood outside Parliament in fair weather and foul, making a very simple point with huge placards: “We voted leave.”
1 July 2019
Three years have now passed and we still seem to be tied to the shackles of a dying supra-national organisation.
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.
18 June 2019
Momentum is developing around campaigns to use Brexit to boost employment, wages and conditions among British seafarers.
16 June 2019
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.
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.
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.
10 April 2019
Senior officers at the National Police Coordination Centre have said that more than 10,000 riot police are being readied to manage potential disorder in the wake of Brexit.
9 April 2019
Despite politicians’ promises, new contracts for wind farms in the seas off Scotland are not going to Scottish yards.
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.
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.