Molly has written to the National Crime Agency and the Metropolitan Police seeking reassurances about investigations into serious allegations connected with the campaign by Leave.EU.
Molly has condemned the government over its decision not to back tidal power while pushing ahead with Heathrow expansion, with the help of Labour.
Molly has written to the Director General of the National Crime Agency regarding illegal behaviour during the EU referendum campaign.
Molly will join tens of thousands of people in London this Saturday marching for a People’s Vote.
Molly has written to Home Secretary Sajid Javid demanding to know what is being done to investigate collusion between the Russian security services and the Brexit campaign.
Molly responds to concerns about Article 11 and 13 of the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market.
Molly has welcomed new EU regulations on prohibiting the use of antibiotics in farming but warns that Brexit threatens to sacrifice the new rules ‘at the altar of trade’.
Molly has today added ‘Bad Girl’ Liz Bilney to her Bad Boys of Brexit website.
Molly has said government proposals to give pension funds ‘more confidence’ to divest from environmentally damaging fossil fuels lacks the legal force of EU regulation.
As EU agrees new 32% renewables target, Molly launches new report calling for eleventh-hour rejection of Hinkley C, an end to fossil fuel subsidies and massive investment in renewable energy, energy storage, and energy efficiency.