Molly is this week in Geneva joining parliamentarians and campaigners calling for countries to support a UN ‘Binding Treaty’ to hold corporations to account for their human rights violations.
In the wake of the new IPCC report, Molly calls for rapid changes in farming methods to reduce the sector’s considerable greenhouse gas emissions.
MEPs have stood up for the rights of some of the most vulnerable, says Molly.
New report reveals a no-deal Brexit where the UK adopts WTO rules would impact on Cornwall more adversely than any other region in the UK.
Molly responds to the resignation of Lord Dartmouth who says UKIP has become “widely perceived as both homophobic and anti-Islamic”.
Molly writes for the Guardian on why Labour’s best chance of winning a general election is dependent on whether they are willing to back a People’s Vote with a clear option of remaining in the EU.
A People’s Vote offers the only route out of this shambles, says Molly.
Campaign receives ‘massive boost’ with a new report authored by Lord Kerr, the architect of Article 50, who has thrown his support behind the People’s Vote.
FoI request confirms Dorset oil well has been leaking harmful methane emissions for decades. Molly demands it is shut down and its emissions policy reviewed urgently.
Molly criticises McDonalds, saying European citizens cannot stomach any more anti-social tax avoidance by corporations who dominate their daily lives.