Archives: September 2016

Britain’s post-Brexit future should be tax haven-free

Molly writes for the International Business Times on how the Panama Papers and Bahamas Leaks show that the tax avoidance industry is alive and well and Green proposals for dealing with the problem.

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Do we really want post-Brexit Britain to be the world’s biggest tax haven?

Molly writes for the Guardian on Amber Rudd, tax avoidance and the implications for Brexit.

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Letter to Neven Mimica on prioritising WASH in the current development policy review

The three UK Green MEPs, Molly, Jean and Keith write to Commissioner Mimica of DG Devco, stressing the importance of WASH programmes in the current EU development policy review. The letter highlights Goal 6 of the Sustainable Development Goals, adopted by the UN in September 2016: “to ensure access to water and sanitation for all.” […]

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Hinkley: A serious review would never have given this white elephant the go-ahead

Molly writes for Left Foot Forward on the government’s ‘comprehensive review’ on Hinkley. She warns that in post-Brexit Britain the Conservative government are putting political expediency ahead of expert advice.

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Molly responds to Hinkley announcement

Molly responds to news that the government has given the green light to a new nuclear power station at Hinkley.

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