Archives: August 2017

MEP welcomes French backing for ban of ‘toxic pesticide’ and challenges Environment Secretary to follow suit

Molly has welcomed a decision by the French government to vote against the renewal of the controversial pesticide, glyphosate and challenged Environment Secretary Michael Gove to follow suit.

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Greens Dismayed by extension of ‘ineffective and inhumane’ badger cull

Molly has responded with dismay to the announcement that further badger culls in Gloucestershire and Somerset have been given the go ahead.

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Cost of ‘cliff edge Brexit’ could exceed price of divorce settlement, warns Green MEP

With the ‘divorce settlement’ a major sticking point in Brexit negotiations Moll has warned that a ‘cliff edge Brexit’ could be more costly to the UK than the cost of withdrawal from the EU.

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May should reassure Japanese over single market and customs union, not seek ‘disastrous’ new trade deal, says Green MEP

Molly has said that government attempts to replicate a Japan-EU trade deal post-Brexit would be disastrous for the UK, and remaining in single market and customs union is far more important to UK economy.

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Migration figures show UK perceived as unwelcoming and intolerant since Brexit vote, says Green MEP

Molly has said a steep fall in net migration figures, revealed today, has been driven by Brexit, and a growing sense that the UK is unwelcoming and intolerant.

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