Molly spends most of her time in Brussels or Strasbourg but this edition includes news about Molly’s visits to places in the large South West constituency and about how she is supporting her constituents efforts to improve their quality of life.
Molly has thrown her support behind legal action by Greenpeace against the Coalition Government’s management of UK fishing quotas.
There has been wide coverage and strong reaction to a statement put out by two Green MEPs following the victory of Syriza in the Greek elections.
Molly has given a distinctly cool response to George Osborne’s visit to Cornwall announcing new funds for the region.
England’s three Green MEPs, have written a letter highlighting the extreme suffering of EU animals exported to third countries in the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey and called for a ban.
Molly says the quantitative easing (QE) scheme for the Eurozone, likelky to be announced today, will be a hugely missed opportunity and will replicate the errors of a similar package in the UK.
Molly Scott Cato MEP has welcomed news that the Austrian government is to mount a legal challenge against Hinkley C
Molly has welcomed today’s House of Commons debate on the replacement of Trident.
The first e-news of 2015 reports on the GMO vote in the European Parliament, Lux Leaks and the fate of the Cornish pasty under TTIP!
The Greens-EFA Group in the European Parliament has succeeded in collecting the necessary signatures to trigger an inquiry following the LuxLeaks tax avoidance scandal.