Archives: October 2017

‘Green Brexit’ falls at first hurdle says MEP, as UK backs renewal of toxic glyphosate

The UK was one of 16 countries voting to renew the licence for the sale of the glyphosate in Europe, making a mockery of Gove’s ‘green Brexit’. period with EU countries.

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Britain in the dock over ‘Bermuda Hack’ says Panama Papers MEP

Molly has said that what is being coined the Bermuda hack, is another sign that the UK is a leading global tax haven.

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MEP defends South West universities against ‘challenge to academic freedom’

Molly has made clear she will stand by universities in the South West that refuse to respond to the request by a Tory MP for details of teaching related to Brexit.

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Whistleblowers: European Parliament calls for urgent action to protect those who reveal information in the public interest

A majority of MEPs today voted to support a report calling for urgent and effective protection for whistleblowers at EU level.

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e-news October 2017

An update from Molly about her work as an MEP including the latest on Hinkley, banning toxic glyphosate, a Saudi arms embargo and proposals to build a road tunnel under the Stonehenge World Heritage site.

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