Molly has responded to news of an apparent breakthrough in negotiations between the UK and EU and that Brexit discussions will now move on to the next phase.
Molly and Jolyon Maugham QC have today applied for judicial review in the High Court over the government’s refusal to release sectoral studies into the impacts of Brexit.
Molly responds to an announcement by a Committee of EU finance ministers of an EU tax-haven blacklist.
Molly looks at allegations of Russian interference in the EU referendum campaign and the efforts being taken to expose corruption.
Molly writes for the Ecologist questioning Monsanto’s role in the decision by EU countries to re-authorise Europe’s most used weedkiller, glyphosate.
Greens launch a new report which says the fight against tax havens, tax evasion and tax avoidance must be at the centre of Brexit negotiations.
As Prime Minister Theresa May visits Saudi Arabia today Greens have repeated a call for a ban on all arms exports to the country.
Molly and the Greens in Europe have called for much greater support for small farmers as the European Commission publishes a plan for the future of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
Molly has welcomed a new report from Oxfam that identifies which countries should be on an EU tax haven blacklist.
Molly has said the government must release studies into the impacts of Brexit or face court action next week.