As an MEP I’m party to the Transatlantic Trade deal’s inner workings. I’m sworn to secrecy, but this much I can say: TTIP is undemocratic, argues Molly in this piece for the Guardian.
Molly argues that opponents of the Green Party are using figures dressed up as irrefutable truths to try and discredit a Party whose principle intention is to create a fairer and more equal society.
Molly has called on Ofcom to recognise the Green Party as a major political Party.
Molly has made a response to an Ofcom consultation on which political parties it lists as ‘major parties’ ahead of the General Election in May 2015.
As the next round of negotiations on the controversial TTIP trade deal begin in Brussels, a delegation of over 100 campaigners will meet up with England’s three Green MEPs this Wednesday.
As the Green Party’s finance speaker, Molly has challenged Chancellor George Osborne to respond to new information over the extent of lawbreaking over tax deals.
Molly’s response to the promise by the government of new funds for the South West, published in the Western Morning News.
The UKs three Green MEPs have responded to a government consultation on proposals to improve local air quality management (LAQM) in England.