Molly is in the High Court today to make an oral application for permission to apply for judicial review to compel the production, in public, of the government’s Brexit impact studies.
Molly has welcomed a report by the EU’s scientific risk assessors which concludes that neonicotinoids pose a serious danger to all bees.
Molly has welcomed a new special committee in the European Parliament that will complete unfinished business on tackling financial crimes, tax evasion and tax avoidance.
Writing for the New Statesman (Staggers) Molly explores why there are so many Brexit metaphors about food and warns that the Brextremists are keen to dilute food and environmental regulations.
Molly has challenged International Trade secretary Liam Fox over whether his aim for new trade deals with countries outside and beyond the EU is consistent with the UK’s climate commitments.
Molly has responded to Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit speech in which he said Labour will seek to keep the UK inside a customs union deal post-Brexit.
Molly has responded to Michael Gove’s plan to ban plastic straws, but claiming that EU law could block him doing so ahead of Brexit.
As Green Party Brexit speaker, Molly has responded to today’s speech by David Davis in which he claimed the government wants to lead a ‘global race to the top.’
Molly has warned of a plot by leading rightwing Brexiteers to ditch EU food and safety standards post-Brexit so as to secure a US trade deal.
Molly is visiting Plymouth and Exeter during a ‘constituency week’ to speak at public meetings on the state of Brexit negotiations and the implications on both cities of leaving the EU.