Three South West MEPs are raising concerns with the European Commission about Russian interference in the EU referendum in an ‘unprecedented display of unity’.
A new report ranking every region of the country on social mobility places West Somerset as the lowest in the country and Weymouth and Portland as third lowest.
Molly has initiated a cross-party letter from MEPs to the Commission asking about Russian interference in the EU referendum campaign.
Responding to news that a qualified majority of EU member states reached a decision to renew the license for the controversial weed killer glyphosate for a further five years, Molly, who is a member of the European Parliament’s Agriculture Committee, commented: “This is a toxic decision. A majority of EU nations, including the UK are … Read moreGreen MEP responds to decision on five-year renewal of toxic glyphosate
Molly and former Green Party leader, Natalie Bennett have welcomed a European Green conference resolution on holding a ratification referendum on the final Brexit deal.
Molly has accused government ministers of saddling consumers with higher energy bills because they have had their ‘heads stuck in the radioactive sand’ over Hinkley.
The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is not fit for purpose, according to a new study co-commissioned by the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament.
An exclusive online article looking at what we currently know about Russian interference in our democracy and the EU referendum and what Molly is doing to challenge this.
Lawyers representing Molly and Jolyon Maugham QC have written to David Davis and Philip Hammond giving them 14 days to release in full government studies into the economic impacts of Brexit.
Molly writes for Business Green, arguing that if Michael Gove is to be taken seriously as an environmentalist he will need to weed out all toxic substances being used in farming, not just neonicotinoids.