Molly writes for the New Statesman on why the government must release over ’50 Secret Studies’ on the economic impact of Brexit, in full to everyone, not just a parliamentary committee.
Molly, who is Green Party Spokesperson for Brexit, has today accused the government of misleading her, Parliament, and the wider public over the Brexit studies.
Molly is continuing with the threat of court action to force the government to release studies on the impact of Brexit, in full, to the public.
Correspondence relating to attempts to secure public disclosure of the Brexit impact studies and potential court case to force the government to do so.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset should investigate alleged illegal spending in the lead up to the 2016 EU referendum, claims Molly.
Molly has said announcing the sectors the government has analysed raises more questions than answers and will do nothing to reassure businesses, public services or the public or help them prepare for life outside the EU.
Molly is demanding the Electoral Commission reveal the extent to which they have investigated alleged illegal spending intended to influence the 2016 EU referendum result.
Molly has welcomed an EU investigation into UK rules which give an unfair advantage to large companies residing in the UK compared to small businesses.
The UK was one of 16 countries voting to renew the licence for the sale of the glyphosate in Europe, making a mockery of Gove’s ‘green Brexit’. period with EU countries.
Molly has made clear she will stand by universities in the South West that refuse to respond to the request by a Tory MP for details of teaching related to Brexit.