In the wake of the Electoral Commission investigation into Vote Leave and finding them guilty of breaking electoral law, Molly writes for the Guardian arguing Theresa May should sack ministers who were involved in the Leave campaign and that there is now no democratic mandate for Brexit.
Molly has said the decision by the European Court of Justice that UK government support for construction of Hinkley Point C does not constitute illegal state aid is “hugely regrettable”.
A cross-party group of MEPs have issued a statement which challenges the mandate for Brexit and demands a People’s Vote on the final deal between the UK and EU.
Molly has accused Leave campaign leaders of contempt following their decision to leak information from a forthcoming Electoral Commission report.
Molly is urging the government to retain revisions which recognise the right of people and communities to produce, consume, sell and store renewable energy.
Molly investigates how Nigel Farage’s declaration that Remain had won the EU referendum could have helped hedge funds make millions off the back of the pound’s collapse once the true result was known.
Molly questions the International Trade secretary’s support for a damaging EU-Canada trade deal.
Molly has written to the National Crime Agency and the Metropolitan Police seeking reassurances about investigations into serious allegations connected with the campaign by Leave.EU.
Molly has condemned the government over its decision not to back tidal power while pushing ahead with Heathrow expansion, with the help of Labour.
Molly has written to the Director General of the National Crime Agency regarding illegal behaviour during the EU referendum campaign.