Green MEP gets second chance to grill Hill

Molly Scott Cato, Green MEP for the South West, has had a second opportunity to question President Junker’s choice of European Finance Commissioner, Jonathan Hill, in an unprecedented second hearing in the European Parliament. Jonathan Hill has been called back for a second hearing as many MEPs felt he failed to adequately address concerns regarding … Read moreGreen MEP gets second chance to grill Hill

Greens pledge to continue fight in wake of European Commission decision on Hinkley

Molly Scott Cato, Green MEP for the South West, has pledged to continue the fight against a new nuclear power station at Hinkley, following agreement by the out-going Barroso Commission on a controversial financial deal. The European Commission today gave approval to plans by the UK government to give public support for the construction of … Read moreGreens pledge to continue fight in wake of European Commission decision on Hinkley

South West Green MEP quizzes ‘poacher turned gamekeeper’ commissioner

Molly Scott Cato MEP has had an opportunity to question Jonathan Hill, a Eurosceptic and former financial lobbyist, and President Junker’s choice of European Finance Commissioner. Greens in the European Parliament have been highly critical of the planned appointment believing that his previous role in the City of London will make him reluctant to take … Read moreSouth West Green MEP quizzes ‘poacher turned gamekeeper’ commissioner

Response to ‘Grave Turner’ attack on human rights and homosexuality

Molly has responded to an anonymous writer in the South Molton Times writing under the pseudonym of Grave Turner. In the article the writer deplores Human Rights legislation, blaming it for ‘overturning well founded taboos’, citing homosexuality as an example. He goes on to describe homosexuality as an aberration and says people who ‘suffer from it’ … Read moreResponse to ‘Grave Turner’ attack on human rights and homosexuality

‘Renewables not nuclear’ tour of Somerset

‘Renewables not nuclear’ was the message Molly made during a tour of Somerset in late September. She joined a demonstration outside Hinkley nuclear power station before going on to speak at a Renewable Energy Fair. The demonstration at Hinkley came in the wake of reports that EU Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia would rule in favour of … Read more‘Renewables not nuclear’ tour of Somerset

Bristol climate march

Molly took part in a climate march in Bristol joining millions worldwide in the largest climate mobilisation in history. Around 3000 South West residents marched on City Hall in Bristol where Molly was presented with a petition calling for 100% clean energy. The organisers also broadcast a phone call from Bristol’s Mayor, George Ferguson, who was at the People’s Climate March in New York City on the eve of an emergency summit of world leaders on climate change.