Molly responds to the 2017 Budget.
New research has found that regions of the UK that voted strongly for Leave are also those regions with the greatest levels of dependency on European Union markets for their local economic development.
Molly says it is right for MPs to provide proper scrutiny of and vote on the Brexit deal between the UK and the EU.
Molly responds to a report on minimum standards for the Protection of Farm Rabbits which calls on the European Commission to present legislative proposals on setting minimum standards on welfare.
Molly has said that Brexit is ‘swamping’ Defra and preventing them from drawing up plans for when Britain leaves the EU.
A cross-party group of MEPs has written to Nick Hurd, Minister for Climate Change and Industry demanding to know how the government plans to fund investment in clean energy post-Brexit.