Molly has responded angrily to news that the Brexit impact studies are to be shared with a small group of cabinet ministers this week and has repeated a demand for full public disclosure.
Writing for the Ecologist, Molly welcomes the expected ban on neonicotinoids to protect bees, but questions whether environment secretary Michael Gove will challenge the chemicals industry lobby and retain regulations after Brexit.
In this article for the Guardian, Molly identifies the importance of the customs union for the UK manufacturing sector and urges Labour to change tack and support remaining it it, and the single market, post-Brexit.
As EU Commission launches a more flexible VAT package, Molly calls on the government to maintain adherence to the European Union VAT regime post-Brexit.
Molly is to visit the Honda car plant in Swindon, one of the West country’s largest and most important employers, where she will discuss the implications of Brexit on the business.
Molly writes for Indy Voices about how David Davis and Jeremy Corbyn are both fighting yesterday’s battles and are two sides of the same coin when it comes to Brexit.
Molly has repeated warning about the hugely damaging effects on South West businesses of crashing out of the single market and customs union.
Molly writes a New Year message for Left Foot Forward on why it is up to us all to stop the rise of the dark antidemocratic forces, we thought we’d banished to history, but which seemed to reappear in 2017.
Molly says the people of Bristol have been let down by their Labour MPs failure to back a ‘final say’ referendum.
As a WTO summit ends in deadlock, Molly warns that any ideas about falling back on WTO rules post-Brexit lie in tatters.