Molly has welcomed a U-turn by the Commission on exempting small digital businesses from VAT changes that have proved so destructive.
Molly is dismayed that two areas in the South West have the highest proportion of jobs paying below the living wage, but says investment in renewables offers the potential for higher paid skilled jobs.
Molly will tell a public meeting in Exeter this Friday that the city could be powered by 100% renewable energy, without the need for fossil fuels or nuclear.
The UK’s Green MEPs have launched a petition calling on the European Commission to immediately carry out a European Fraud Investigation into vehicle emissions testing.
Molly has accused finance managers in the Investment and Pension industry of failing to take the ‘Carbon Bubble’ seriously after they fail to attend a conference on the issue.
Molly has visited two innovative projects during a constituency day in Dorset and Wiltshire.
Molly is to hold a crisis meeting this Friday with the Vice President of the French Assembly, Denis Baupin, on the ‘triple risks’ posed by Hinkley C nuclear power station.
Molly argues that Osborne’s fascination with China and levering Chinese finance into major UK infrastructure projects represents a risky form of socialism.
Molly has expressed some concerns over the Capital Market Union package which aims to increase investment by providing new sources of funding for business and to build a single market for capital.
A chance to see Molly’s much acclaimed interview with Andrew Neil during Green Party conference together with a definite corporate theme – Hinkley, VW emissions scandal and the issue of corporate lobbying.