Molly has challenged environment secretary Michael Gove to continue an EU ban on neonicotinoid pesticides, blamed for decimating bee populations, after Brexit.
Molly updates constituents on what Brexit might mean for the rights of EU nationals in the UK and UK nationals in the EU.
Brexit update from Molly, June 2017
Molly has written to 15 local authorities asking what plans they have in place to deal with an emergency nuclear incident at Hinkley.
This report explores the impact that the so-call ‘modernisation’ of the EU-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA) might have on corporate tax avoidance and illicit financial flows.
Molly responds to a 2.42bn euros (£2.1bn) fine on Google after the European Commission found it to be abusing its power by promoting its own shopping comparison service at the top of search results.
Molly calls again for Hinkley to be cancelled as National Audit Office agree it is ‘risky and expensive’.
The European Commission will today present its proposal to create an obligation on intermediaries to systematically report to tax authorities any cross-border schemes with potentially aggressive tax planning elements they offer to their clients. A report from the Greens/EFA group in January 2017 showed the extent of the role of intermediaries in tax evasion and … Read moreEU must tackle aggressive methods of tax advisors and lawyers
Molly Scott Cato, Green MEP for the South West of England, has today welcomed the European Parliament’s International Trade committee’s adoption of a new methodology for calculating anti-dumping duties saying that it illustrates the strength of the Single Market to protect our steel industry. The new agreement would make it possible to protect against dumping … Read moreStay within the Single Market to protect our steel industry says Green MEP
While the EU Commission is poised to extend a ban on controversial neonicotinoid pesticides, Tory MEPs are seeking to block such a ban.