In this article, published by the New Statesman, Molly argues the financial crisis in Greece has been caused by the power of financiers in the Eurozone, not the European Union.
MEP challenges ‘assault’ on renewable industry through EU competition law Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, is asking the European Commission whether recent proposed changes to wind and solar subsidies and planning laws that will affect renewable energy generators breach EU competition law. Dr Scott Cato believes that the decision to impose the Climate Change Levy … Read moreMEP to use EU competition law to challenge ‘assault’ on renewables industry
Molly has lambasted Energy Secretary, Amber Rudd, over comments she made comparing subsidies for solar energy with those being offered to Hinkley C nuclear power station.
Molly took her major new report on the potential for renewable energy in the South West to a packed Town Hall in Glastonbury in July.
Molly has poured cold water on the government’s announcement of new powers for Cornwall.
Molly is urging the European Commission to increase support for holidaymakers with disabilities.
Molly does not believe the UK should fund emergency loans to Greece, as the bailout does not include debt relief.
Molly has responded to the latest offer to Greece from Eurozone leaders.
This has been a particularly busy, but very successful, fortnight for the Greens in Europe and this edition will provides answers to two important questions: ‘What does Europe ever do for us?’ And ‘What difference do Green MEPs make?’
Greens will today vote on mandatory ‘country-by-country’ reporting for all sectors to help address tax avoidance by multinationals.