Molly has warned that a new deal reached on scrapping EU roaming charges for mobile phone users may not apply to British consumers post-Brexit.
Three cities, Exeter, Plymouth and Bristol, top the list of cities exporting to the EU and would be devastated if the UK leaves the single market, says Molly.
Molly has warned that the hard Brexit being pursued by the Conservative government will prove disastrous for small businesses in the UK.
Molly has blamed Brexit for a steep decline in the number of international students coming to study in the UK.
A new report from the Greens in Europe reveals that the UK hosts more intermediaries – banks, accountants and lawyers – facilitating tax dodging than any other country in Europe.
Molly responds to the Supreme Court ruling, by 8 votes to 3, that the government cannot trigger Article 50 without an Act of Parliament.
Molly has launched an e petition calling for a halt in the race to the bottom on corporate tax.
Molly Scott Cato MEP has warned family farms could disappear from the South West landscape if the UK leaves the Single Market.
The government has no political, let alone popular, mandate for the hard Brexit she intends to pursue, says Molly in response to Theresa May’s Brexit speech.
British and German Greens have issued a joint statement condemning the ‘destructive approach’ to Brexit negotiations being adopted by chancellor Philip Hammond and Prime Minister May.