Molly has welcomed news that political groups are supportive of extending the mandate of the special committee investigating tax issues and challenged the UK government to stop blocking the committee’s investigations.
Molly is opposed to fracking and believes strongly that we must leave fossil fuels in the ground. Here is her full response to concerned constituents.
At a meeting with Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank, Molly will today demand action to address the so-called ‘carbon bubble’.
Following revelations that the UK is on track to miss its renewable energy target, and the Energy Secretary misled Parliament, Molly has encouraged a group of MEPs to join her in submitting questions to the European Commission voicing concerns over the UK’s energy policies.
Molly has rounded on Energy Secretary Amber Rudd over revelations she misled Parliament on renewables targets.
On the anniversary of the LuxLeaks tax avoidance scandal Molly asks who the real villains are when it comes to tax dodging.
Under the banner, ‘facing the fight of the century’, Molly has attended the first of several events she will be involved in in the run-up to the COP21 negotiations.
Molly has launched a competition to find some favourite food products from the South West. Winners will get the opportunity to showcase their products in Brussels in the New Year.
Commenting on a mistake she made on BBC Sunday Politics when questioned about her salary, Molly Scott Cato MEP said: “I would like to apologise for the error I made during the studio filming for the Sunday Politics programme. During the session of questioning about my salary I gave some wrong information which I would … Read moreMolly Scott Cato issues apology over salary error
Molly has criticised her colleague, Julie Girling MEP, for failing to support measures that would help prevent thousands of premature deaths from air pollution.