This edition of Molly’s e-news has a heavy focus on the South West as Molly has spend a week of the last fortnight visiting different parts of the region during her ‘constituency week’.
Molly has pushed for a series of Green amendments to TTIP, as the European Parliament considers its position on the controversial trade deal.
Molly Scott Cato has accused MPs of forcing GM food on an unwilling British public, following a recommendation by the The Science and Technology Committee of the House of Commons.
The European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs committee has voted on draft new EU rules on sensitive money market funds, commonly known as ‘shadow banks’.
Molly’s team are organising a major conference on nuclear power and Hinkley in London to coincide with the 4th anniversary of the Fukushima disaster.
In this edition you can read about the Green’s success in securing an inquiry into the Lux Leaks tax avoidance scandal and a resolution proposed by the Greens on new legislation to ensure mandatory origin labelling for meat in processed foods. Also the latest on TTIP and why Greens are pressing for divestment in fossil fuels.
Molly will be part of a special committee that will investigate tax evasion and dumping in Europe following a vote today in the European Parliament.
Greens are using Global Divestment Day to sound a warning over the so called ‘carbon bubble’.
Molly Scott Cato has accused UK Commissioner Jonathan Hill of blocking a plan to require greater tax transparency from multinational companies across the European Union.
An article about the recent visit of over 150 campaigners to Brussels to protest against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) trade deal between the US and EU.