In this article for Huffington Post, Molly explores the issue of corporate tax avoidance in relation to the Google tax controversy.
Molly is one of five Green MEPs who have challenged the EU Competition Commissioner to investigate Google’s tax deal with UK tax authorities.
As EDF defer a final decision on funding Hinkley C again, Molly says the company faces meltdown.
In this article for the New Statesman, Molly argues corporations should be taxed fairly and tax revenue invested according to democratically determined priorities.
Molly responds to the many constituents who have contacted her about NASFN, a new agricultural initiative in Africa.
As this e-news demonstrates 2016 has got off to a flying start!
Molly says Google’s repayment of taxes is wholly inadequate from a company free riding on publicly funded infrastructure.
Molly will join Shadow chancellor John McDonnell at a conference in Manchester tomorrow exploring how to build an economy to serve people not profit.
In a packed two-day visit to Bristol, Molly finds out how the city is addressing the refugee crisis, air pollution and plastic litter and finds sanctuary at a much-loved city farm.
Molly has welcomed the designation of 23 new Marine Conservation Zones, eight of which are in the South West.