An article written jointly with Keith Taylor in which both MEPs defend two important but threatened EU packages on ‘clean air’ and the ‘circular economy (waste)’.
A letter on the Luxembourg Leaks tax avoidance scandal, signed by the UKs three MEPs and sent to several national newspapers. None chose to publish it.
This is the final update before the New Year 2015. On behalf of everyone in the team we wish you a very Happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year. Large present for Juncker’s 60th Molly joined other Greens and representatives of civil society to present EU Commission President Jean Claude Juncker with a very large … Read moree-news 11th December 2014
New EU VAT regulations designed to prevent multinational corporations from avoiding tax on digital sales in other countries are likely to have a devastating impact on some of the South West’s micro-businesses, claims the region’s Green MEP.
Molly and other Greens joined representatives of civil society from across Europe today to present EU Commission President Jean Claude Juncker with a very large 60th birthday present – a million strong petition against the controversial TTIP trade treaty.
Green MEP Molly Scott Cato has welcomed news that one million people have now signed a petition against the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) trade deal.
Molly has described the autumn statement as another missed opportunity to help the economy work for the common good and shows the government’s economic and environmental illiteracy.
Whether you choose the religious terminology of sin or the secular language of social harm, it is clear that banks have not been helping the poor but have focused on the wealthy few.
e-news sent on 27th November 2014. Issues include: ‘LuxLeaks’, banking reform, plastic waste, TTIP, a visit to the Christmwas Without Cruelty Fair in Exeter and nomination for European Parliamentarian of the Year!
On the day that Pope Francis spoke to the European Parliament, Molly Scott Cato MEP has launched a Green website called the Seven Deadly Sins of Banking.