Molly has slammed as an economic disaster the decision by EDF to press ahead with new nuclear reactors at Hinkley Point in Somerset.
Molly will share her views on the future challenges facing the region and the UK and what she believes should happen next following ther Brexit vote.
Molly is warning that as the TTIP trade deal looks ever more fragile, the UK may seek to enter into its own even more damaging agreement with the US.
Ahead of a vote in Parliament on Monday, Molly issues some findings from a report looking into alternative jobs for those currently employed on Trident submarines in Devonport, Plymouth.
Molly says the announcement by new chancellor Philip Hammond that Hinkley must still go ahead shows the new Tory government are simply repeating mistakes of old.
Molly has said that a UK outside the EU is in danger of becoming the world’s leading tax haven following revelations George Osborne intervened to stop HSBC being prosecuted for money laundering.
A letter published in the Financial Times calling for a fully participatory process in the wake of Brexit.
A letter published widely in newspapers across the South West on the steep rise in hate crime since the EU referendum.
Molly has accused Theresa May of hypocrisy over her promise to increase worker and shareholder representation and rights.
Molly has joined calls for a general election.