Molly responds to a court ruling that EDF was ‘not accurate’ about its Environmental Impact Assessment.
Molly has launched a report exploring the impacts of Brexit on the finance sector and how it can better serve the interests of people and businesses.
This report considers the implications of Brexit on the finance sector and how it presents an opportunity to refashion the sector so it serves everyone, not just the few.
Molly has responded to a consultation on Future Fisheries Policy calling on the government to give up ‘false rhetoric of taking back control of our waters.’
Molly has provided a detailed response to the Government White Paper on Future Fisheries Policy. Full response can be seen here Press release can be found here
Molly has responded to the long-awaited Agriculture Bill.
Molly Scott Cato MEP has written an open letter to The Corn Exchange in Devizes and The Foundry in Torquay to express concerns that these venues are hosting “the grotesque and outdated spectacle of ‘dwarf wrestling’ as entertainment for average height people”. Studies with dwarf people show nearly 80% have received verbal abuse, nearly two … Read moreMEP condemns South West venues hosting “grotesque and outdated” dwarf wrestling events
Molly has welcomed a vote in the European Parliament backing censuring Hungary over violations of the rule of law.
The latest response to those concerned about the new Copyright Directive, which will be voted on by the European Parliament this week.
Having joined a cross-party group of MEPs visiting the port of Ghent, Molly warned 3,600 jobs are at risk at the Honda plant in Swindon, if a hard Brexit or no-deal Brexit go ahead.