Molly has today written to Avon & Somerset Police asking if they are investigating allegations about two Bristol companies sharing data illegally with Leave.EU
Molly has today challenged Wetherspoons chairman and major donor to the Leave campaign, Tim Martin, to reassure customers that their data was not ‘harvested’ to support the Brexit campaign.
Molly responds to a report on the impacts of Brexit on sheep farming and calls on the NFU to back staying within the Single Market or reverse Brexit through a referendum on the final deal.
Molly reflects on where we are one-year on from the triggering of article 50. She argues the mandate for Brexit is no longer valid and we have 365 days left to campaign for a people’s poll on the final deal.
The allegations of illegal behaviour and electoral manipulation swirling around the EU referendum have become complex. Here Molly unpicks a tangled web.
Following the shocking Cambridge Analytica revelations, Molly argues that for Facebook to be a real social network, it needs to be owned by those who invest their personal lives in it.
As the European Parliament’s rapporteur on sustainable finance, Molly will take part in a conference in Brussels focused around the Commission’s Action Plan for Sustainable Finance.
Molly has written to the Electoral Commission to question the legitimacy of the EU referendum result in light of revelations about how Cambridge Analytica has influenced elections.
Molly will this Saturday be speaking at a rally for Europe in Exeter.
Molly responds to the announcement in Brussels by Brexit secretary, David Davis, and EU Chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, that the UK and EU have agreed a Brexit transition deal.