Labour MEPs and their Socialist and Democratic colleagues in the European Parliament have failed to back Green amendments to preserve Net neutrality.
Molly Scott Cato MEP will this week present a report on tax to the European Parliament and call for tax information to be made fully available to all.
Greens are seeking to close loopholes and ensure effective implementation of the EU export ban on instruments of torture.
As the European Parliament votes on the new budget for 2016, including European agricultural subsidies, Greens argue its time for the EU to stop subsidising bullfighting.
In response to concerns by constituents over net neutrality, Molly believes this is a core principle on which the internet was founded, and Greens are working to ensure this core principle is guaranteed across Europe.
The first of the new-look e-news which will now be sent to subscribers every four weeks, to tie in with the Strasbourg plenary sessions, and feature the latest videos from Molly’s YouTube channel.
Molly has responded angrily to the news that the Chinese government has agreed to pump £6bn into the new nuclear power station at Hinkley but has pledged to continue to fight the ‘white elephant’.
This report by Professor Victor Anderson compares and contrasts a number of possible levers for controlling carbon emissions before reaching a pragmatic conclusion about what to recommend.
Molly Scott Cato, Green MEP for the South West, is to launch a new report, entitled Controlling Carbon, in the European Parliament today suggesting a new way forward on tackling the carbon emissions responsible for climate change. The report commissioned by Dr Scott Cato and written by Professor Victor Anderson takes a critical look at … Read moreMEP launches new report on Controlling Carbon in run-up to Paris climate talks
Molly has used a government consultation on the review of the Feed-in Tariffs scheme to slam the government over its policies on renewable energy.