Molly has accused the government of turning a war against itself into a war against the Civil Service in response to the ‘rubbishing’ of leaked Brexit impacts studies by Brexiteers.
Molly is calling for drastic cuts to meat consumption and an extension of VAT to cover all processed and factory farmed meat because of the industries contribution to climate change.
Molly has responded angrily to news that the Brexit impact studies are to be shared with a small group of cabinet ministers this week and has repeated a demand for full public disclosure.
Writing for the Ecologist, Molly welcomes the expected ban on neonicotinoids to protect bees, but questions whether environment secretary Michael Gove will challenge the chemicals industry lobby and retain regulations after Brexit.
In this article for the Guardian, Molly identifies the importance of the customs union for the UK manufacturing sector and urges Labour to change tack and support remaining it it, and the single market, post-Brexit.
Molly writes for the European Interest website on the controversial pulse fishing technique and argues for transnational cooperation to manage our fisheries and the seas that are not contained by national borders.
The European Parliament has backed a Green proposal for a special committee to investigate the authorisation procedure for glyphosate, Europe’s most widely used herbicide.
As EU Commission launches a more flexible VAT package, Molly calls on the government to maintain adherence to the European Union VAT regime post-Brexit.
Molly has welcomed the fact that a majority of MEPs have voted for a ban on the controversial pulse fishing technique.
A response for Business Green to the Conservative government’s 25 year environment plan.