People didn’t vote for a dodgy deal, says Molly. It’s time for a People’s Vote.
Molly has echoed criticisms by a group of vets who have accused the government of “barefaced lies” over the effectiveness of badger culls in the South West.
European Courts upholds Sir James Dyson’s arguments on EU energy labelling regulations of vacuum cleaners.
Molly has warmly welcomed the start of drilling in Cornwall to develop the UK’s first geothermal electricity plant.
Molly writes for the Guardian about why she has joined ‘Extinction Rebellion’ – a group of journalists, academics, politicians, campaigners and educators who have pledged direct action and civil disobedience in defence of our climate and environment.
Molly has welcomed news that Arron Banks has been referred to the NCA for “suspected criminal offences committed during the EU referendum.”
Molly calls on Met Police Met police to guarantee that they can conclude investigations into breaches of electoral law by the Leave capaigns as a matter of urgency.
Molly will speak at the launch of a ‘rebellion against the UK government’ in response to climate breakdown and the ecological crisis.
Molly welcomes reassurances from the Metropolitan Police Service that political sensitivities are not impeding an investigation into criminal activities of the Leave campaigns.
Molly, a member of the European Parliament’s Brazil delegation, has described the election of Jair Bolsonaro as president of Brazil as disastrous for people and planet.