Greens will today vote on mandatory ‘country-by-country’ reporting for all sectors to help address tax avoidance by multinationals.
Molly has issued a challenge to the region’s MPs, urging them to sign an Early Day Motion calling for a duty exemption for small-scale cider producers.
Molly had an opportunity today to speak to the European Parliament about the threats posed by the TTIP trade deal.
Molly is supporting ‘Freedom of Panorama’ – the freedom to publish pictures of public buildings and artworks without restriction.
Greens have welcomed the outcome of the Greek referendum, which has shown around two thirds of voters have said ‘No’ to more austerity in exchange for rescue loans.
Molly is challenging the European Commission on whether Hinkley grid upgrade amounts to unfair competition under EU competition law.
Molly has responded with alarm to the suggestion by the president of the European Parliament that Greece would need to be ‘bridged with a technocratic government’ in the event of a ‘Yes’ majority in Sunday’s referendum.
Molly has written to the Commission asking whether a grid upgrade to enable the proposed Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant amounts to unfair competition under EU competition law.
Molly’s letter on the Greek crisis published in the Independent. She says the crisis shows the Eurozone to be a ‘neoliberal disciplining device’