Molly responds to a 2.42bn euros (£2.1bn) fine on Google after the European Commission found it to be abusing its power by promoting its own shopping comparison service at the top of search results.
Molly Scott Cato, Green MEP for the South West of England, has today welcomed the European Parliament’s International Trade committee’s adoption of a new methodology for calculating anti-dumping duties saying that it illustrates the strength of the Single Market to protect our steel industry. The new agreement would make it possible to protect against dumping … Read moreStay within the Single Market to protect our steel industry says Green MEP
While the EU Commission is poised to extend a ban on controversial neonicotinoid pesticides, Tory MEPs are seeking to block such a ban.
Molly has said Conservative and Labour plans to end free movement will leave the country struggling to fill places in the HNS and care sectors.
As MEPs vote on legislation settings binding annual greenhouse gas emission targets for EU member countries, Molly challenges Michael Gove to match or better these targets for tackling climate change post-Brexit.
Molly says ejecting the US from the Paris Agreement is an assault on scientific evidence and a confrontation with businesses and a US and global economy that is marching rapidly towards decarbonisation.
A new report on lack of cooperation between EU countries on tackling tax avoidance shows dangers of UK becoming a tax haven post Brexit.
Molly has welcomed a landmark ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that will help shape the way future EU trade agreements are negotiated.
Molly has called on the next government to follow the lead taken by the European Parliament and clamp down on “landgrabbing” for financial investment and industrial agricultural production.
Molly will today make a pledge to offer the nation a chance to vote to remain in the EU if they do not like the deal on offer at the end of the negotiation period between the UK and the EU.